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Alumnae Fellowship Recipients

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2017–2018

The 1905 Fellowship

Awarded without limitation as to year of graduation, field of work, or place of study.

  • Anne H. Arbuthnot ’12: MA in environmental management, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
  • Zilin Cui ’11: MA in translation and interpretation, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)
  • Elizabeth M. Mullin ’06: Research project in sports and exercise psychology within the LGBTQ community
  • Ashley H. Nash-Hahn ’08: Farsi immersion program in Tajikistan, American Councils for International Education and Bryn Mawr College
  • Ohemaa B. Poku ’13: Public health research project on HIV/AIDS stigma in Botswana

Bardwell Memorial Fellowship

Awarded to graduate of not more than five years regardless of year of graduation, field of work, or place of study.

  • Anne H. Arbuthnot ’12: MA in environmental management, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
  • Dominique Mortimer ’15: Juris doctor, Florida State University College of Law
  • Carly S. Peltier ’15: Climate science research, Columbia University
  • Raquel Silva ’14: MA in global affairs and certificate in concentration in development, Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, Yale University

Dr. Mary P. Dole Medical Fellowship

Awarded for research to alumnae, preferably those who hold the degree of doctor of medicine.

  • Tracy Brannstrom FP’15: Medical anthropology research project, University of California, Berkeley
  • Ana Capi ’16: Doctor of Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine
  • Tolulope O. Kehinde ’13: Doctor of Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine; Master of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business
  • Natercia R. Rodrigues ’06: Master’s program in medical humanities, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Frances Mary Hazen Fellowship

Awarded, preferably, to a candidate in the field of classics.

  • Besama K. Alghussein ’08: MA in security studies, Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service
  • Anne H. Arbuthnot ’12: MA in environmental management, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
  • Jazmin T. Locke ’14: Agroecology research in southern Florida, Green Thumbs for Health Bodies organization
    Rebecca A. Pomeroy ’15: Dual Masters of Teaching degrees in Latin and education at the secondary level
  • Helena B. Reddington ’12: Ottan Thullal, a dance and poetic performance form of Kerala, India, McGill University
  • Megumi Yoshida ’09: Research on writing about multicultural relations, Yale Writers’ Conference

Graduate Studies in England Fellowship

Awarded to a candidate planning to enroll in graduate studies in England.

  • Enryka Christopher ’15: Master’s in global public health, King’s College London
  • Sanayah Malik ’14: Master’s in digital anthropology
  • Helena B. Reddington ’12: Ottan Thullal, a dance and poetic performance form of Kerala, India, McGill University

Hannum-Warner Travel Fellowship

Awarded for travel and study, preferably in Asia.

Ashley H. Nash-Hahn ’08: Farsi immersion program in Tajikistan, American Councils for International Education and Bryn Mawr College

Lyon’s Pride Fellowship

Awarded, preferably, to a candidate pursuing a LGBT, gender, or feminist studies project.

Elizabeth M. Mullin ’06: Research project in sports and exercise psychology within the LGBT community

Mary E. Woolley Fellowship

The Alumnae Association’s most prestigious award, granted regardless of year of graduation, field of work, or place of study.

Katherine M. Howard ’85: Field research for a nonfiction essay/article on two modern pilgrimages moving simultaneously across Europe

Rachel Brown Fellowship

Awarded for an initial year of graduate study in the physical or biological sciences to one who majored in these fields.

Jazmin T. Locke ’14: Agroecology research in southern Florida, Green Thumbs for Health Bodies organization

Richard A. Johnson Prize

Awarded to a candidate planning to teach at the secondary level in any discipline.

  • Susanna Wilcox Myers ’09: School Leadership Program, Penn Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania
  • Dianna Tejada ’15: MS, urban education, Loyola Marymount University

Learn more about all available Alumnae Fellowships and how to apply.