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Posted April 24th, 2019
She will also conduct independent research continuing her undergraduate research on the intersection of political and ethical theory, human rights, and museum studies.
Sanam Sheriff
Posted May 14th, 2018
Sanam Sheriff '18 will travel the world through The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which is awarded to students of “unusual promise” for 12 months of independent international travel.
Marie Mach
Posted May 1st, 2018
Marie Mach will study in Almaty, Kazakhstan as a Boren Scholar.
Haley Varnum ‘19
Posted April 19th, 2018
Chemistry and math double major Haley Varnum '19 competes in three sports, does undergraduate research, and is enrolled in a combined A.B./M.A.
Fatoumata Sylla
Posted April 16th, 2018
Fatoumata Sylla '18 will travel the world through The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which is awarded to students of “unusual promise” for 12 months of independent international travel.
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Posted March 19th, 2018
Fellows conceive original projects, execute them outside of the United States for one year, and embrace the ensuing journey.
Gissell Montoya ’17
Posted May 10th, 2017
Scores of Mellon Mays fellows have graduated from Bryn Mawr and gone on to earn advanced degrees and pursue distinguished careers.
Lindsey Marinello Sitting on a Bench
Posted May 2nd, 2017
Lindsey Marinello ’17 will further her passions for Russian and space exploration in Almaty, Kazakhstan as a recipient of the prestigious Boren Scholarship.
Christabel N. Koomson ‘18
Posted April 25th, 2017
For Christabel, the project she’ll soon be undertaking is a very personal one: she’ll be returning to her home country of Ghana to empower other girls to speak up against domestic violence.
Sydney Stotter ’17
Posted April 25th, 2017
As a recipient of the prestigious Boren Scholarship, Sydney Stotter ’17 will study Russian in Almaty, Kazakhstan for an academic year.​

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