2022 Undergraduate Fellows

Meet our 2022-2023 Undergraduate Fellows!

Regis Curtis
Regis​ Curtis is an undergraduate majoring in German, French, West European Studies, and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, with a minor in Polish. Self-described as having “no chill,” Regis is constantly striving to find new and exciting things to study and pursue. Outside of the classroom, Regis is an avid reader, part-time gamer, and inconsistent writer. If you spend enough time with him, you’ll be sure to find snippets of unfinished poetry among the 3 half-finished books that he carries around.
Richa Desai
Richa Desai is a second-year student majoring in computational biology and anthropology with a certificate in global health. She is from a small town in Central New Jersey. In her free time, she enjoys discovering new music and exploring coffee shops in Pittsburgh.
Nicole Gomez-Bush
Nikki Gomez-Bush is a junior pursuing degrees in History of Art and Architecture, Classics, and Museum Studies along with minors in Italian and Mediterranean Archaeology. She is very passionate about interdisciplinary studies, and is always looking for a new opportunity to expand my knowledge. Although she is from North Carolina, Pittsburgh has become home for her and her five pets! She hopes to remain in the city for her graduate studies, though by then she might have an actual zoo.
Angel Karottu
Angel Mary Joseph is an international student from Kochi (Kerala), India. They are a freshman, with intended majors in Psychology and Film and Media Studies. They are also working towards a minor in Gender, Sexuality and Women Studies. Additionally, Angel works as a sustainability ambassador (EcoRep) at the university.
Tatiana Grinberg Limoncic
Tatiana Grinberg Limoncic is a 19-year-old international student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is majoring in Communications and International and Area Studies, and is also minoring in History and working towards a Mediterranean Studies and Arabic certificate. She can typically be found at the Global Hub where she works an Ambassador, or on the third floor of Hillman Library.