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.
Matthew Shutzer was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research in India. Shutzer graduated in 2010 and will be starting a PhD program at New York University
Tom Jay Cinq-Mars was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research at Kazan State University in Russia. Tom’s work focuses on the relationship between the secret police and student movements in 19th century Russia.
Emily Falconer has been chosen to be the recipient of the Honors Senior Fellowship Award for 2011-2012. This award is to be used for her honors project “1938: The Munich Conference, the Molotov Ribbentrop Pact, and Espionage on the Eve of World War II.”
Kelsey Bacon has been chosen to be the recipient of the Gladys Brooks Undergraduate Award for 2011-2012. This award is to be used for her honors project “The Cambridge Five: A Biographical Account of Five King’s Men Who Spied for Stalin.”
Tom-Jay Cinq-Mars, an Honors student who graduated with a double major in History and Spanish in May 2010, won a Fulbright to Russia (Kazan University) for 2011-2012. Tom Jay was also awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Languages Scholarship for study in Kazan, Russia during summer 2010. Tom Jay was the recipient of a…
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