Eleven students have been awarded travel grants to assist with costs incurred while conducting research during the spring semester.

Students awarded grants are:
Cabot Family Endowment for International & Intercultural Education

  • Hillary Baker '02, "Experiencing Third-World Health Care: Organization and Treatment"
  • Ann Newman '03, "Changes in the Role of Women from the Dictatorship (1939-1975) to the Democratic Period (1975-present) in Spain"
  • Nicola Reid '04, "Trinidad vs. Jamaica Carnivals"
    David H. Cool Fund for International & Intercultural Education
  • Danae Kesel '03, "Finding First-Hand the Truths of Religion in Guatemala"
    D. Douglas Andrews Memorial Award
  • Rachel Kelley '03, "Photographic Documentary of the Pacuare & Reventazon Rivers in Costa Rica"
  • Brendan Lynch '03, "A Comparative Study of the Liturgical Music of American and European Catholism"
  • John Stevens '04, "The Pub As a Community Crossroad"
    Giltz Family Fund
  • Matthew Gaines '04, "Fieldwork on Aspects of the Bark-Cloth Industry in Southwestern Uganda"
  • Richard Kline '02, "Investigations of Aristolochia Salvadorensis"
    Betsy Cogger Rezelman International Travel Endowment
  • Kimberly Tarr '04, "Form and Function of 13th-Century Castles of the British Isles"
    Romeo/Gilbert Intercultural Endowment
  • Leah Kriger '03, "Fair Trade in Coffee: The UCIRI Cooperative"

    The awards are granted through the office of international and intercultural studies at St. Lawrence.

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