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CSSH student Erin Bourque receives Pickering Fellowship

Three Northeastern seniors have received prestigious scholarships or fellowships that will support their graduate studies and advance their professional careers, in the fields of women’s health, bioengineering, and diplomacy. The awards recognize students who have strong academic records, leadership skills, and a commitment to public service.

Erin Bourque, who is a combined major in international affairs and political science, received a Pickering Fellowship, which will support a two-year master’s program in the United States. The goal of the fellowship program is to prepare students for careers in the Foreign Service, and Bourque is already well on her way down that path.

Read the full story at News at Northeastern. 

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