RESEARCH

Recent Awards

BOREN SCHOLARSHIP
Provides funds to undergraduate students to study outside Western Europe for up to a year.

2012-13 recipient: Benjamin Wolkov ’15

CARNEGIE JUNIOR FELLOWS PROGRAM
Provides one year’s salary of $35,000 and full benefits to recent graduates who work as research associates at the Carnegie Endowment in Washington, D.C. Only seniors and recent graduates who have not yet begun graduate studies may apply.

2012-13 recipient: Matthew Kupfer ’12 (Russia/Eurasia Program)

FULBRIGHT U.S. STUDENT PROGRAM
Provides funds to recent graduates to study, conduct research or teach English in more than 140 countries.

2012-13 recipients: Vu Truong '11, Iyvon Edebiri '13, Jessye Kass '13, Steph Cohen '13, Suzanne Rothman '13, Hannah Levinger '12, MA'13

THE MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP
Provides funds to recent graduates who are U.S. citizens who wish to pursue graduate study at any institution of higher learning in the United Kingdom. Candidates ought to be “change agents,” able to demonstrate not just academic excellence but also a substantial leadership background and demonstrated civic engagement.

2012-13 recipient: Elizabeth Stoker ’13

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP
Provides funds to recent graduates who are U.S. citizens to study at the University of Oxford. Candidates must demonstrate academic achievement, significant commitment to service and the welfare of others, demonstrated leadership skills, and athletic achievements.

2012-13 finalist: Elizabeth Stoker ’13