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History Ph.D. Candidates earn Fellowships in the upcoming Academic Year

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Two current history Ph.D. candidates, Feruza Aripova and Regina Kazyulina, have both been awarded fellowships to help with their respective dissertations.

Feruza Aripova was selected as a fellow at NYU Jordan Center for Advanced Study of Russia starting in May 2017 while Regina Kazyulina has won a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship which extends her success with a major research fellowship in Spring 2017 at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Congratulations to both Feruza and Regina!

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