Past Summer Lilly House Residents

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Lilly Program for Vocation and Ethical Leadership
Markim Hall 310
651-696-6738
651-696-6030 (fax)

Academic-Year Hours
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Summer Hours
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.-12:00 noon

2014

Lilly Summer House Residents

Caroline Wright '16, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Chloe Shumaker '16, Research with prof. Christy HansonSummer 2014 Residents
P.J. Murphy '15, American Red Cross
Michelle Coblens '16, Research with prof. Sarah Boyer - Biology
Hannah Trivilino '15, Project for Pride in Living
Luiza Montesanti '15, The Advocates for Human Rights
Heather Johansen '16, Chuck Green Fellow, NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness)
Emma Ensign-Church '15, Breakthrough Twin Cities
Elizaveta Bekmanis '16, Chuck Green Fellow, International Institute of Minnesota
Hawi Tilahune '16, Mellon Mays Fellow

2013

Lilly Summer House Residents

Ariel Estrella '15, Mellon Mays fellow
Carol Mejía '15, Research 2013 Summer Residents with prof. Scott Legge
Dieynab Diatta '14, Research with prof. Christy Hanson
Emily Lawson '15, Chuck Green fellow, Wayside Housing
Hannah Rasmussen '14, Sewanee
Isabel Ruelas '15, Mellow Mays fellow
Lisa '15, Research with prof. Christy Hanson
Omar Leal '15, Communidades Latinas Unidas En Servico (CLUES)
Sam Parker '15, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Zach Avry '14, Research with prof. Laura Smith

2011

Lilly Summer House Residents

2011 Lilly FellowsEvelyn Balsells ‘12, Research of Pain Pathways, Biology Department
Chukwumah Chioma ‘13, Breakthrough Collaborative
Leah Plummer ‘13, Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary
Ariel Sehr ‘13, Lutheran Social Services Refugee Services
Anna Kistin ‘12, Maintaining Personal Healthcare in St. Paul's Latino Neighborhoods,Mellon Grant
Vivian Ihekoronye ‘13, Saint Paul Schools Foundation, Chuck Green Fellowship
Cailin Rogers ‘13, Working Family Resource Center, Bonner Summer of Service

Lilly Fellows

Yuris Martinez ‘13, Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota
Rebecca Hornstein ‘13, ISAIAH
Madeleine Benishek ‘13 , Westminster Presbyterian Church

2010

Summer Fellows

Anna S., Southside Family Nurturing Center
Terence Steinberg, Mother of Waters Project
Adrienne McDonnell, Jeremiah Program
Han Luong, Division of Indian Work
Maggie Hutchison, Community Design Center of Minnesota
David Schmoeller, Allina Hospice
Yeukai Mudzi, University Bank
Casey Harrington, Westminster Presbyterian Church

2009

Research Fellows

David Seitz, '10, Getting Somewhere: Stories, Identities and Justice on the Central Corridor
Samantha Robinson, '10, Public Art and the North Side Arts Collective
Katy Whiting, '11, Breathing Food: Growing, Cooking and Eating in Minnesota Buddhist Communities

2009 Lilly Summer FellowsIntern Fellows

Lily Gordon Koven, '11, YouthCARE
Emily Hanson, '11, Sibley Bike Depot
Needham Hurst, '11, University Bank
Sue Xiong,'10, Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc.
Amelia Furrow, '11, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Kristin Riegel, '10, Casa de Esperanza

2008

Intern Fellows

Kim Delanghe, Garden Works
Emily Cohen, Saint Paul Interfaith Network
Julia Tyler, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Callie Thuma, West Side Citizen's Organization
Hannah Emple, Minnesota International Health Volunteers
Mara Forster-Smith, Neighborhood House
Hannah Pallmeyer, International Institute of Minnesota

Research Fellow

Elise Goldin - Going against the Grate: A Look at American Jews who are Critical of Israel and How to Create a More Open Dialogue on Israel/ Palestine in the Jewish Community

2007

Summer Research Fellows

Emily Gastineau, "The Dancer's Body: Discourses on Work and Ethics"
David Schmitt, "Religious Commitment to Environmental Sustainability"
Katie Clifford, "Protecting God's Creation: Investigating Religion's Role in Combating Climate Change"
Alex Douglas, "Deconstructing Ethics and Sex Work: Social Structures and the Challenge to Social Justice"

Summer Intern Fellows

Megan Macpherson, MICAH
Jessica Light, Clare Housing
Becca Sheff, The Center for Victims of Torture
Megan Cochran, Westminster Presbyterian Church