Six students will travel across the globe to places like Calcutta, Katmandu and Ethiopia to do community service as Tucker Fellows this fall. Daniel Dalseth '97, Kari McCadam '97, Jeneil Palmer '97, Clare Pinkert '97, Sara Snyder '98 and Jennifer Whetsell '97 were named the fall Tucker Fellows last week, said Deanna Gordon, an administrative assistant for the Tucker Foundation. The Tucker Fellowship Program, sponsored by the Tucker Foundation, provides information and a $1700 stipend that allows students to join up with an agency that sends people throughout the world to serve the welfare of others. Dalseth will travel to the Katmandu Valley in Nepal to work for Educate the Children, he said. As part of this program, he will teach English and possibly science and math at a boarding school in Katmandu, Dalseth said. Gordon said Dalseth will also serve as a "big brother" to impoverished children at the school, organize field trips and assist in an adult literacy program. He said he chose this project after hearing about it from a friend. "I knew someone who went on Educate the Children and I knew I wanted to go to a third world country," Dalseth said.