Office of Intercultural Affairs

Clark students

Global Scholars

Class of 2012

Katherine Gill
Katherine is an American citizen who grew up in Taipei, Taiwan. She is an English major with minors in French and Communications. She is involved in theatre and volunteers at the African Community Engagement center and also work in admissions promoting Clark to prospective students.

Favorite memory of GSP: When I first came to Clark, because my mentor and all of the Scholars made me feel so welcomed in my new home :)

Katherine can be reached at kgill@clarku.edu

Shayl Griffith
Shayl Griffith is from Barbados.  Her academic interests include Psychology and Education.  She is involved with the Clark University Ballroom Dance Team and Club, ACE (African Community Education) Tutoring Program, CASA

Favorite memory of GSP: Dinner receptions with President and Mrs. Bassett

Shayl can be reached at sgriffith@clarku.edu

Tamar Gzirishvilli
Tamar Gzirishvilli is from Tbilisi, Georgia.  She is double majoring in Political Science and Politics.  She is involved with A cappella Counterpoints, International Students Association, and the Model United Nations

Favorite memory of GSP: Receptions at president's house, with amazing food and so many interesting people.

Tamar can be reached at tgzirishvili@clarku.edu

Nathalia Vega Dalton
Nathalia Vega Dalton is from El Salvador.  She is majoring in International Development with a minor in Economics.  She is a member of LAZO, vice-president of CU UNICEF and a member of the dance society.  She will embark on her Global Scholar Internship this summer working with women and food security issues.

Favorite memory of GSP: the lovely dinners at the President's house and her community experience. 

"For the community experience I volunteered to help with Worcester’s Biggest Birthday Party, an event to raise funds to celebrate the birthday of children in the shelters around the area. It was so much fun and I had a great time, my mentor and I shared a great experience!"

Nathalia can be reached at nvegadalton@clarku.edu