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Wyatt, Branden

Branden Wyatt

Global Peace Fellow

Branden Wyatt is the Sibille H. Pritchard Global Peace Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. A Senior at the University of Central Florida, he is majoring in International and Global Studies, with a minor in Asian Studies. He is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and an active participant of intramural sports. His research interests include Russian, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue graduate degree in in International Affairs. He has studied Russian, Spanish and Chinese. Wyatt has traveled to Russia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

 
Haddock, Richard

Richard Haddock

Global Connections Research Assistant

Richard Haddock is a Global Connections Research Assistant for the Global Perspectives Office. A junior at UCF, he is majoring in Political Science-International Relations and Comparative Politics, and minoring in Asian studies. He is a member of LEAD Scholars, United Nations Association, President’s Scholars and the Burnett Honors College. His research interests include rising powers, Asian studies, world history, comparative politics and international relations. Haddock plans on post-graduate studies in either global politics or international law. He is fluent in Spanish and has traveled to Puerto Rico.

 
Othón, Gabriela

Gabriela Othón

Global Fellow

Gabriela Othon is a Global Fellow under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at UCF. She is currently pursuing a B.A. in Political Science – International Relations. Prior to this position,was an intern in the Global Perspectives office. She has also worked as manager in the retail sector for several years. Her research interests include environmental politics, sustainability, international relations, and human rights. She is a native of Panama, speaks Spanish and has traveled extensively in the Americas.

 
Robinson, Megan

Megan Robinson

Global Fellow

Megan Robinson is a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspective Office and the Diplomacy Program. She also serves as an Editorial Intern for The Latin Americanist. Robinson is a senior at UCF, majoring in History and minoring in Political Science. She has traveled in Europe and speaks Spanish.

 
Bacellar, Maria B.

Maria B. Bacellar

Global Fellow

Maria B. Bacellar is a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspective Office and the Diplomacy Program. She is a senior in UCF’s College of Business, with majors in Finance and Economics, and is a recipient of the Anil Deshpande Scholarship. Bacellar was born in Brazil, and has traveled in the Americas and Europe. She speaks Portuguese, Spanish and some Italian.

 

 
Freeman, Mark

Mark Freeman

Global Fellow

Mark Freeman is a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspectives Office and the Diplomacy Program. He is currently working towards a Masters degree in Environmental Politics. Mark works as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Political Science Department. His research interests are environmental politics, sustainability, conflict and security, and terrorism. He has recently co-authored a forthcoming article on environmental skepticism. Mark is a native of Florida and has traveled throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.

 
Constantin, Stephanie

Stephanie Constantin

Global Fellow

Stephanie Constantin is a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspective Office and the Diplomacy Program. Born in Leiden, the Netherlands, Stephanie Constantin was raised in Athens, Greece where she went to a French school. She moved to the States six years ago, and then came to the University of Central Florida where she is currently majoring in Economics. Stephanie was the recipient of the 2006 Anil Deshpande London School of Economics Award/Scholarship. After spending her summer volunteering, she aspires to work in some area related to international developmental economics.