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Alumnae Fellowship Recipients

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2020–2021

The 1905 Fellowship

Awarded regardless of year of graduation, field of work or place of study.

  • Tami Gouveia ’96: Policy study and analysis to determine police ability to serve as gatekeepers to treatment for those with addiction.
  • Carol Stabile ’83: Editing a reader that will compile the work of Fredi Washington, in collaboration with digital humanities scholar Ropika Risam and historian Laurie Avant Woodard.
  • Katia Vavova ’05: Manuscript “Responsibility, Blame, and the Limits of Moral Agency,” which argues how one can be fully responsible for their crimes and yet blameworthy.
  • Gabriela Volfova ’94: Research project examining the impacts of war and migration on Syrian women who fled to Turkey since the eruption of the war in Syria in 2011.
  • Shoshana Walter ’07: Writing a book for Simon & Schuster on the treatment of drug addiction in the United States.
  • Katharine Guarino Wilson ’13: Analogical reasoning assessment study to explore children’s ability to learn from gesture instruction in order to support more inclusive and effective classroom instruction.

Bardwell Memorial Fellowship

Awarded to a recent graduate (within five years), without limitation to field of work or place of study.

  • Hannah Leffingwell ’15: Dissertation chronicling the evolution of transatlantic lesbian networks in the late 20th-century in the United States, France and Canada, examining the foundations of lesbian identity, culture and politics in a transnational perspective.
  • Hoa Nguyen ’18: Studying at New York University in their magazine and digital storytelling program.
  • Sophie Rabinow ’18: Master’s thesis using ancient DNA analysis of zooarchaeological remains from agouti (Dasyprocta sp.) and opossum (Didelphis marsupialis) to reconstruct mobility routes in the Pre-Columbian Caribbean.
  • Alexandra Slucky ’17: Master of science dissertation in environmental archaeology focused in archaeobotany at University College London.

Dr. Mary P. Dole Medical Fellowship

Awarded for research to alumnae, preferably to those who hold a Doctor of Medicine degree.

  • Megan Guffey ’98: Maternal mortality project to investigate specific reasons for maternal mortality in Ethiopia and to help design an effective intervention to bring about meaningful change.
  • Lauren Koranteng ’11: Training program for safe preparation, administration and disposal of chemotherapy.
  • Isabel Morgan ’14: Dissertation research to examine the effects of structural racism on infertility treatment outcomes in Black women in the United States.

Frances Mary Hazen Fellowship

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

  • Isabel Morgan ’14: Dissertation research to examine the effects of structural racism on infertility treatment outcomes in Black women in the United States.
  • Gabriela Volfova ’94: Research project examining the impacts of war and migration on Syrian women who fled to Turkey since the eruption of the war in Syria in 2011.
  • Shoshana Walter ’07: Writing a book for Simon & Schuster on the treatment of drug addiction in the United States.
  • Katharine Wilson ’13: Analogical reasoning assessment study to explore children’s ability to learn from gesture instruction in order to support more inclusive and effective classroom instruction.

Hannum-Warner Travel Fellowship

Awarded for travel and study, preferably in Asia (although the West is not excluded).

  • Alexandra Slucky ’17: Master of science dissertation in environmental archaeology focused in archaeobotany at University College London.

Lyon’s Pride Fellowship

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

  • Hannah Leffingwell ’15: Dissertation chronicling the evolution of transatlantic lesbian networks in the late 20th-century in the United States, France and Canada, examining the foundations of lesbian identity, culture and politics in a transnational perspective.

Mary E. Woolley Fellowship

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

  • Amani Talwar ’14: Research study involving first-year undergraduate students who are considered underprepared for academic reading at the postsecondary level and receive remedial English instruction in the form of a developmental education (DE) course.

Rachel Brown Fellowship

Awarded for the first year of graduate study in the physical or biological sciences to those who majored in these fields.

No recipients this year.

Richard A. Johnson Prize

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

  • Katharine Wilson ’13: Analogical reasoning assessment study to explore children’s ability to learn from gesture instruction in order to support more inclusive and effective classroom instruction.

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