2018 Fellows

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Obuchi Adikema

Obuchi Adikema is a second year student at Grinnell College majoring in Computer Science. As a Vivero fellow, Obuchi will be continuing her work with Prof. Celeste Miller on the Digital Bridges to Dance project that she worked on this past summer. While at Grinnell, she hopes to perform in a musical and sell a… Read more Obuchi Adikema

Elise Bargman

Elise is a second year student majoring in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies with a likely concentration in Technology Studies. Born and raised in Minnesota, her hobbies include musical theatre, exploring the city/town/natural world, and consuming copious amounts of popcorn. Elise’s research interests include LGBT history, the sociology of rural communities, data science, and programming, and she’s… Read more Elise Bargman

Pranjal Drall

Pranjal is a third-year Economics and Math double major from New Delhi. He is working on the 2010 Haiti earthquake disaster resources project under Professor Tess Kulstad Gonzalez. He’s spent the last two summers in Washington D.C. working on technology and innovation policy issues like rural broadband deployment and platform competition. He wants to work at the… Read more Pranjal Drall

Farah Omer

Hometown: Hargeisa, Somaliland Majors: English Literature and Political Science I am an international student in my fourth year of college. My interests include feminists ethnography, political economy, and postcolonial literature. I am excited to be part of digital humanities community and learn new tools to make and present knowledge in exciting and accessible ways. As… Read more Farah Omer

Ahon Gooptu

Majors: Theatre and Dance and English Hometown: Calcutta, India Class Year: 2021   I am exploring different genres in theatre and literature and starting to realize how important it is to address issues that are difficult to talk about. As a Vivero fellow, I am collaborating with Dr. John Garrison to create a pedagogical tool… Read more Ahon Gooptu

Henry Mahar

Major: Computer Science, Spanish Hometown: Portland, OR Project: Mapping Spanish detective fiction novels with Professor Phillips in the Spanish Department.

Daisy Morales

I’m a third year English major from Cicero, Illinois. Lots of people think of teaching as their “safe” option for if their dream job doesn’t work out. For me, teaching has always been the end goal, which is why I came to be interested in a project that focuses on the school to prison pipeline.… Read more Daisy Morales

Shuyan Li

  Undergraduate Student at Grinnell College, ’20 Computer Science I will work with Professor Tess Kulstad Gonzalez to build a disaster resources website to assist instructors for  (K-12, college) create engaging, thoughtful, and critical learning opportunities for students.

Temitayo Wolff ‘19.5

Major: Classical Languages and Literature Concentration: Linguistics Hometown: Washington, DC Vivero Project: Archiving the BCC Temitayo Trivia: I live in Food House, also known as the Pine Tree House.  Stop by sometime for a meal and good company! I work in the basement of Burling Library.  It’s cold down there for optimal preservation conditions, so… Read more Temitayo Wolff ‘19.5

Mitsuki Fujio

Mitsuki is a fourth-year student from Yokohama, Japan, majoring in sociology. He will be working for and with Professor John Petrus from Spanish Department for his GLBT Historical Society Archives project whose primary data resource is the diaries of a Cuban-American gay man, Roberto Jesus Vargas. Some of the main tasks for this project include… Read more Mitsuki Fujio