Eleven students have been awarded travel grants to assist with costs
incurred while conducting research during the spring 2003 semester.
Those awarded grants are:
- Travis Atkinson '04, Harrisville, NY, will be studying in France
in 2003, and has received a grant for adventure travel and personal
discovery, allowing him to visit various museums and historical sites.
- Lucas Buckingham '04, Lisbon, NY, will be studying in Kenya and
has received a grant to make a photo documentary of glacial retreat
on Mt. Kilimanjaro.
- Amanda Goodman '05, Woodmere, NY, will be studying in London and
has received a grant to study "National Identity via Photo Elicitation."
- April Rolfe '06, Ogdensburg, NY, will be studying in France and
has received a grant to travel to Madrid, Spain.
- Emily Stahl '05, Moriah, NY, will be studying in Austria and has
received a grant to travel to St. Petersburg, Russia to research the
history of the city and the Romanov family.
- Marisa Zarczynski '06, New York, NY, will be studying in France
and has received a grant to visit various museums in France.
- Minerva Arias '03, New York, NY, has received a grant to study current
feminist thought among Puerto Rican women intellectuals and activists.
- Katie Cerretani '03, Liverpool, NY, has received a grant to study
ecotourism and sustainable farming communities in Costa Rica.
- Ivaylo Kolev '05, Sophia, Bulgaria, received a grant to study the
decentralization of the economy in Eastern Europe. He will condict
research and interviews in Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.
- Molly Lemke '03, Manchester Center, VT, received a grant to study
economic development and environmental sustainability as practiced
in Tanzanian communities.
- Sara Mogilski '03, Essex Junction, VT, received a grant to study
women's changing roles in the Moroccan parliamentary system.
Posted: December 5, 2002