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Jillian Hinderliter is First Recipient of Brudnick Scholarship

Jillian Hinderliter, a history major with a minor in Jewish studies, was named the first recipient of the Brudnick Scholarship for 2011-12. Hinderliter was recognized for her two research projects, one on Jewish women’s leadership roles in the women’s health movement and another on Boston Jewry in the early 20thcentury.

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