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20 graduate students earn fellowships

February 14, 2007
The Division of Graduate Studies has awarded 20 fellowships to graduate students in the arts, humanities, social sciences and education who will be completing doctoral degrees and master's degrees in fine arts this spring.

“It was very impressive to see the high quality of research that each of these students is pursuing,” says associate dean Andrew Webber. “These awards will go a long way toward helping them finish their work and graduate.”

The awards were made on the basis of demonstrated ability to complete research and projects of high quality, and to allow a semester of full-time effort for the student to complete a dissertation or project and a degree.

The students are: Tracy Longley-Cook, Damon McIntyre and Rachel Reisert from the School of Art; Victor Sampson, and Chanyoung Park from the Division of Curriculum and Instruction; Chen Chen Sun from the Department of English; Debra Neill, James Precht, Bard Baukol and Scott Stratton from the Department of History; Elvinet Wilson from the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication; Kristen Hartnett and David Cheetham from the School of Human Evolution & Social Change; Helena Valenzuela, Barbara Gray (Kanatiiosh), Abu Mboka, and Michael Coyle from the School of Justice and Social Inquiry; Graciela Silva-Rodriguez from the Department of Languages and Literatures; Aimee Burke from the School of Social Work; and Marcella C. Gemelli from the School of Social and Family Dynamics.