Fellow:Talha Rehman

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Talha Rehman, also known as the "Talu," is an international undergraduate student at Berea College where he is studying Physics and Mathematics.


He loves to participate in debates, entrepreneurial events and dances. After his mother's death in 2011, he became actively involved in community service and volunteering. This involvement has earned him the honor to become a Bonner Scholar - a program managed by Bonner Foundation. Prior to this, he had the opportunity to work with Children Museum of Peace and Human Rights on ratification of rights for disabled people in Pakistan. Talha also shares passion for innovation through hands-on exploration following his participation in High School Research program in 2014. He is eldest amongst his siblings. Yeah…that has made him remarkably patient with great observational skills!

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Spring 2016:

Ishwar Agarwal

Bessaad Syrine

Minashsha Zareel Lamisa

Talha Rehman

Spring 2015:

Tran K. Nguyen

Dylan mullins

Jacob Heller

Eugeniu Prodan

Anthony Ayebiahwea

Robert Hosking

Spring 2014:

Ali Djire

Solomon Alolga

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