Mackenzie Miller, a 2021 Goshen College graduate, was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in ethnic relations and culture at National Dong Hwa University in Hualien, Taiwan.
The Fulbright Scholarship program is a competitive award, awarded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The program is designed to expand perspectives through academic and professional advancement and cross-cultural dialogue.
“Getting a Fulbright Scholarship is an incredible honor and really speaks to Mackenzie’s rich experience studying and volunteering in China, as well as pursuing Mandarin studies after her return home,” said Jan Bender Shetler, director of global engagement. “A global education at Goshen College gave Mackenzie the skills and perspectives to be able to leverage a great opportunity like this to shape her future career.”
Miller’s project is entitled, “The Role of Mandarin Chinese in Taiwanese Indigenous Language Revitalization.” While at GC, Mackenzie studied journalism and English. She also previously studied in China and shared her experiences with fellow students as a Global Citizen Ambassador.