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Davis United World College Scholars

Program

For Kumba Seddu, the deadly 2014-15 Ebola crisis in her homeland may have pointed her toward a pathway for making a difference.

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“Stories have been a vital part of every single culture since the beginning of humanity — this is how we make sense of the world around us,” says Weronika Jurkiewicz (Poland,
Li Po Chun UWC, Columbia ’15).

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Learn, earn, return! Listen to a message from Shelby Davis about the importance of giving back.

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As glaciers melt and sea levels rise, “At the core of a sustainable future is green and nonpolluting power and electricity production,” writes David Urnes Johnson (Norway, Red Cross Nordic UWC, U. Florida ’11).

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Majoring in history and biology, Rebecca Konijnenberg assumed she’d need to choose a career path in either science or the humanities. But when she began studying the ocean in some depth, her interests began to converge.

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Having grown up as a member of Vietnam’s largest ethnic group, Linh Tran came to Brown wondering how to make a difference for those from less-developed regions of her country.

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“It’s really hard for people of color to get the opportunities or train themselves as software developers,” EJ explains. “I try to help them build the confidence they need, and look out for side projects they can work on.

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Current Middlebury College Davis UWC scholars, alumni, and faculty from partner institutions gathered to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the world's largest international scholarship program. 

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“The moment I came to Hood, I realized that this is a great opportunity—I’m going to use it to the fullest,” says Ana Filipovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina, UWC in Mostar, Hood College ’16).

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Growing up in Kenya, James Meyo (Kenya, Mahindra UWC, Bates ’14) saw a lot of sickness from infectious disease.

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Paul- Miki’s innovation — an inexpensive, solar-powered cell-phone charger — could create new opportunities all over his home continent.

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A biology major and premed student, Nathanael works as a residential advisor to younger students and is a leader in the campus Christian Fellowship.

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By The Numbers

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View the impact that the
Davis United World College Scholars
Program is having around the world

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Stories Worth Telling

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Read about how the program is changing
lives, communities, and higher education
in the U.S.

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World Impact

World Impact

Davis United World College Scholars
Program is the largest international,
undergraduate scholarship program in the
world.

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