2005 - 2006
Bashudev is from Nepal, where he earned Bachelors and Masters degrees in mass communication and journalism from Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. As a prize-winning television news and documentary producer, writer and reporter, he has addressed issues such as child marriage, viral influenza, rural poverty and the environment. In a...
Dawa is from Bhutan, where he earned his BA Honours in English.
He writes that since his return from Canada, he has been given extensive responsibilities at Bhutan Broadcast Services (BBS) TV in making programs both in his national language and in English. He has developed live talk shows on TV on different issues, which are...
An expert in negotiation and public policy, David works with two spin-offs of the Harvard Negotiation Project, Common Outlook and Vantage Partners, developing and implementing collaborative negotiation strategies that enable organizations to maximize the value they generate. He has worked with leading companies across North America and...
We had a variety of speakers and lively discussions. The Scholars brought a wealth of experience. The Program was a wonderful opportunity to learn about different cultures and forge friendships beyond the seas. It was a truly serendipitous experience.
Naomi obtained a BA (Hons) degree in Mass Communication, Sociology and English...
The Sauvé Scholar Program has had an enormous influence on my life. Not only did I get the chance to follow classes at McGill University, which in itself was a gift, I also connected with unique individuals from all around the world, including the ones associated with the Program in Montreal. I still use the network very actively,...
After completing the 2005-2006 Sauvé Program, Shakhnoza returned to Tashkent and was involved in the United Nations Development Program, Uzbekistan for the summer. She returned to Canada to complete her second Masters degree in late 2006. Shakhnoza has successfully finished her graduate studies at Carleton University and obtained...
Sahar deeply believes that her Sauvé Scholarship period connected her to the new world of thought, enabling her to follow all her goals and dreams.
Sahar has been a journalist since she was 19, when she finished her studies at the school of journalism and then a Bachelor in French Literature and Language, starting as a...
Fatima is from Pakistan, and earned her BA (Hons) from Harvard University, in Folklore and Mythology. She was active in the management of the Harvard Islamic Finance Information Programme.
She was the senior features editor of The Friday Times (TFT), in Lahore and founded and edited “Books Etc”, TFT's book review...
Henk Rossouw grew up in Cape Town. His poems have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, and Transom, and are forthcoming in The Boston Review and The Paris Review. In 2009 he gave a reading in Times Square as one of the winners of the Poetry Society of America's Bright Lights Big Verse contest. He graduated in 2011 from the MFA Program...
Jamlong attended Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand on a four-year scholarship and graduated with a BA in Thai literature from the Faculty of Humanities in 2000. He was Vice President of the Humanities Student Club and a student representative on the Kasetsart University Student Council.
After graduation, he became Associate...
Peoples' Republic of China
Wei is a graduate of the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, which she attended on full scholarships and for two successive years was named best student in her year. After a year in the international trade and commodities sector, she turned to journalism. For three years she was a featured columnist for “Beijing...