Fulbright recipients abroad enjoy diverse learning, teaching, and cultural experiences

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Mallika Iyer, a recent graduate (’18) of JHU, in the history and public health departments, was highlighted in a recent Hub article where she discusses her current work through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program. Since graduating from JHU, and through her Fulbright, she has been teaching English grammar and conversation skills to high school and university students just outside of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

During her senior year at Hopkins, Mallika was awarded the History Department’s 2017-18 Arthur Kouguell Memorial Prize for her senior honors thesis titled, “From the Myth of Fantasy to the Myth of Certainty: French Scientific Cartography and the Mapping of Asia.”

You can read more about her Fulbright experience on the Hub.