Fellowships and Scholarships
2004 Fellowship and Scholarship Recipients
Beinecke Memorial ScholarshipThe Beinecke Scholarship enables and encourages highly motivated students to take fullest advantage of graduate opportunities available to them, and to be courageous in the selection of graduate study programs. Scholars are awarded $2,000 for senior year and $30,000 for graduate study.
Fulbright GrantThe Fulbright program was created to increase mutual understanding between the people of the US and other countries through educational exchange.
Elizabeth Rabe '04
East Indian Immigration to Trinidad in the Late-Nineteenth Century
Trinidad & Tobago
Claire Ramsay '03
Language Relations: Moroccan francophone newspapers and universities
Duncan Lawrence '04
English Teaching Assistantship, Argentina
Fulbright Commission French Ministry of Education Teaching Assistantships
Sarah McDermott '04
English Teaching Assistantship, France
Erin Turcot '04
English Teaching Assistantship, Gyuana
National Security Education Program David L. Boren Graduate FellowshipSupports graduate study of languages and cultures deemed critical to US national security and enables students to add a significant international dimension to their curricula.
Matthew Zeller '04
Joint master's degree in public affairs and international relations, Syracuse University's Maxwell School. During the international component of fellowship he will study democratic development in Bahrain.
Watson FellowshipWatson Fellowships provide funds for graduating seniors of unusual promise to embark on a year of self-directed, independent study while traveling outside the US after graduation.
Jeffrey Dyer '04
The Soul of the Khmer: Music of the Khmer People
Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam
Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceThe Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States.
Andrew R. Connor '04