Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards

2011-2012

2011-2012 Academic Year

Leadership

  • Hung Dang, Fulbright Award, U.S.–Japan International Education Administrators Program
    Role: Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
    Project: To strengthen knowledge of the Japanese education system and student learning styles in order help devise programs to increase the persistence rate of international students visiting the U.S. from Asia

  • Christopher McRae, Edward E. Carlson Leadership Award
    Class of 2012, Community Psychology
    Future Plans: PhD in Family and Community Studies and Curriculum and Instruction at Clemson University
  • Shahrzad Mahmoudi, Association of Women in Computing Scholarship
    Class of 2012, Media and Communication, Minor: Information and Technology 

  • Benjamin Wiselogle, Gates Cambridge Scholarship Nominee
    Class of 2012, Global Studies
    Proposed Program: Master's in Development Studies at University of Cambridge

Research

  • Pundeep Dhunna, Mary Gates Scholar, 2012 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities
    Class of 2013, Global Studies
    Research Project: "Ethnic Vietnamese but Cambodian - Ambiguous Identities"
  • Ana Valentina Humphrey, UW Class of 1954 Achievement Scholarship
    Class of 2012, Community Psychology
    Project: "Legal Research Regarding the Value of Cross-Cultural Communication and Cultural Competence"
  • Marcus Johnson, Mary Gates Scholar, 2012 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities
    Class of 2013, Global Studies
    Research Project: "Dimensions of Blackness in the Dominican Republic"
  • Mahala Lettvin, Mary Gates Scholar, 2012 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities
    Class of 2013, American Studies
    Research Project: "Between Longing and Belonging: Identity Struggles for Chilean exiles in the U.S."
  • Christopher McRae, Mary Gates Research Scholarship
    Class of 2012, Community Psychology
    Project: "Building a Supportive Learning Community: Developing Best Practices for Veterans in Higher Education"
    Advisor: Eric Stewart, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • Ronnie Thibault, Mary Gates Research Scholarship
    Class of 2012, Society, Ethics, & Human Behavior
    Project: "Can Autistics Redefine Autism? The Cultural Politics of Autistic Activism"
    Advisor: Benjamin Gardner, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • Gabriela Wright-Trejo, Mary Gates Scholar, 2012 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities
    Class of 2013, Global Studies
    Research Project: "El Motor de Conocimiento: Mercedes Sosa, el conocimiento indigena y la politica involucrada"

Study Abroad

  • Lan Le, GO! Scholarship for Study Abroad
    Class of 2013, Biology
    Program: BNHS India - Health Issues in a Developing Nation Exploration Seminar

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