b'INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES STUDENTSpotlightsINTERNATIONAL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS UFIC congratulates the recipients of the 2022 International Student Achievement Awards. Coordinated by Sharon Brown, the awards were established to highlight the accomplishments and contributions of international students at the University of Florida. The awards are designed to recognize students who distinguish themselves not only by their exemplary academic achievements, but also by a wide range of accomplishments and contributions to UF and theRiya Chakraborty, Dr. Kakali Bhattacharya, Innocensia Owuor, and Dr. Henry Hochmaircommunity. ALEC COURTELIS AWARDS ALEC COURTELIS AWARDSRiya ChakrabortyCollege of Education RIYA CHAKRABORTYhails from India and is a Ph.D. Candidate in Curriculum Jane Kozhevnikova and Instruction with a specialization in ESOL/Bilingual Education.Her research College of the Arts interests are in rural bilingual education, school-parent-community partnership, Innocensia Owuor translanguaging, linguistically-culturally responsive pedagogy for bilingual/College of Agricultural and Lifemultilingual children and teacher education programs based on social equity and Sciences justice.OUTSTANDING MASTERS ANDIts Riyas experience as a non-native speaker of English that drives her interest PROFESSIONAL INTERNATIONALin the equity of bilingual education, and the collaboration of schools, parents, and STUDENT AWARDS local community agencies to progress ESOL learning for all students. Antony Gathiru Riya has been the recipient of multiple awards including The Marilyn Little Center for African Studies Scholarship, Gators for Good Challenge, Path to Purpose a leadership Valentina Sierra Nino fellowship program, and she was among the first cohort of the year-long Women College of the Arts Lead developmental program from the UF Institute of Early Career Scholars. Hae Jin SoWarrington College of Business INNOCENSIA OWUORcomes from Kenya and is a doctoral candidate in the OUTSTANDINGUF Geomatics Program. She is passionate about advancing open science through UNDERGRADUATEevaluating the quality of unconventional sources of geospatial data from digital INTERNATIONAL AWARDS sources, such as social media and machine-generated data. She has ten years of Maria Anaclerio experience in the field of geospatial engineering, working in both industry and College of Agricultural and Lifeacademia. Innocensias research interests are motivated by her desire to address Sciences real-world problems using geospatial data and technology. She also advocates Kiara Lolo for open science and data sharing to foster collaboration and innovation among College of Liberal Arts and Sciences geoscientistsJames Zhao Innocensia strives to tackle complex questions, combined with her GIS and Herbert Wertheim College ofprogramming skills, allowed her to tap into crowdsourced and social media data analysis. Engineering Her expertise significantly enhances our programs capacity and visibility, and she passes on her knowledge on to other graduate students. said Dr. Hartwig H. Hochmair, Professor of Geomatics.UF INTERNATIONAL CENTER |9'