PiA Fellow Facebook

2017-2018

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Maia Moog

Kathmandu, Nepal

Skidmore College '14
Major in Neuroscience
Hometown: San Francisco, CA

She's Moogalicious.

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Chika Mora

Beijing, China

Boston University ‘17
Major in International Relations
Hometown: Columbus, OH

She’ll leave you hankerin’ for Mora.

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Casey Morrison

Vientiane, Laos

Elon University ’16
Major in Public Health Studies
Hometown: Berne, NY

In addition to convincing people that rural New York is not an oxymoron, Casey’s hobbies include climbing trees, sharing food, not wearing shoes, and tricking people into thinking she’s an extrovert. If you don’t like long conversations, avoid mentioning geography, social justice, wildlife biology, refugees, linguistics, or the Asian continent in her presence. Casey hopes you will excuse her for being hopelaos at puns.

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Casey Morrison

Nonghet, Laos

Elon University '16
Major in Public Health Studies
Hometown: Berne, NY

In addition to convincing people that rural New York is not an oxymoron, Casey's hobbies include climbing trees, sharing food, not wearing shoes, and tricking people into thinking she's an extrovert. If you don't like long conversations, avoid mentioning geography, social justice, wildlife biology, refugees, linguistics, or the Asian continent in her presence. Casey hopes you will her for being hope-Laos at puns.

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Eliza Mott

Luang Prabang, Laos

Princeton University '16
Major in History of Art
Hometown: Could ride a Razor scooter from my childhood home to Maggie Dillon's childhood home in like 6 minutes.

Interests: shopping at Yensabai, khao piak races with Steph Kim, and scamming it up in Luang Prabang with Jessica Arce and Sam Stroup. Follow me on insta: @reallybadfakes #linkinbio

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Peter Moyer

Taichung, Taiwan

Temple University '17
Major in Early Childhood Education
Home Town: Versailles, France

Peter grew up in the country of baguettes, wine and snobs. Self-identifying as one of the latter himself, he enjoys the finer things in life such as fried bugs on a stick, warm Sapporo, and greasy Taiwanese chicken.
Well versed in international communication, he looks forward to using an elaborate sign language involving excessive pointing and awkward laughs, to navigate the fascinating city of Taichung.

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Kanoa Mulling

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Princeton University '15
Major in English
Hometown: Homewood, IL

It's year 2, and Kanoa is still Mulling over the deep questions in life, like whether he's more of a Frodo or a Merry.

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Jordana Narin

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Columbia University '17
Major in Creative Writing
Hometown: Englewood, NJ

Jordana may look like Julia Louis-Dreyfus, but she isn't as funny (though she is a certified clown and makes a mean balloon animal). She often writes with caps-lock on and uses lots of exclamation points. While she's sad about her impending long-distance relationship with Shake Shack's shroomburger, she's PSYCHED for a hot and sweaty year of reporting in Colombo!!!!!

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Jessica Nelson

Nan, Thailand

Princeton University '15
Major in Anthropology
Hometown: Long Island, NY

Quirky, ambitious, and a free spirit, Jessica is always up for an adventure. With a passion for kids, the violin, Whitney Houston karaoke, dog mushing and sailing, Jess loves learning and new experiences. After 4 months living in the Middle East as a private tutor, she is eagerly awaiting the opportunity to continue her adventures abroad in the beautiful and culturally rich land of Thailand.

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Meghana Nerurkar

Macau, Macao S.A.R., China

American University '16
Major in International Studies
Hometown: Wayne, NJ

Meghana loves to talk politics, literature, South Asian-American identity and more over a meal that she cooked for friends. She can often be found hiking or crying her way through some extra spicy hotpot. Always looking forward to the next adventure, she's thrilled to be spending a year teaching at the University of Macau.

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