Resident Language Fellows

Resident Language Fellows

Resident Language Fellows work with the Language House Residence Director in implementing the mission of the Language House program, building a strong community among the residents, and maintaining the welfare of the residence hall community and the well-being of its individual members in order to support and implement the overall mission and culture of the Language House.

Residential Language Fellows
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Resident Language Fellow

Alfredo Con is a first-generation junior majoring in Earth and Atmospheric Science, and is working toward a concentration in Climate Science and a minor in Climate Change.

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Resident Language Fellow

Flora Lechtreck is a senior majoring in Philosophy and minoring in German Studies. She was born in Köln but grew up in Athens, GA. Flora enjoys playing with her dog and watching Family Guy and American Dad but really any cartoon.

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Resident Language Fellow

Ding is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Anthropology. Her research explores the agrarian livelihood transitions in the Mekong Delta, Southern Vietnam.

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Resident Language Fellow

Kay McIlhenny is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences. Though Kay has lived her whole life in New York, she grew up in a Japanese-American household.

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Resident Language Fellow

Ally Ratkowski-Howe is a senior majoring in Global and Public Health Sciences, with minors in Science Communication and Public Engagement, and Urban and Residential Studies.