Bowdoin Sophomore Awarded Public Policy Fellowhsip
Story posted May 15, 1997
BRUNSWICK, Maine -- Bowdoin College sophomore Hueling M. Lee of Boston has been awarded a fellowship from the Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP) for eight weeks of study at the School of International Affairs and Development at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga.
A native of Canton, China, Lee is pursuing a double major in Asian Studies and government. She is a dean's list student at Bowdoin.
The IIPP Fellowship is administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Participation in the program requires a multi- year commitment on the part of fellows and can lead to a master's degree program in international affairs.
Lee will attend the Sophomore Year Summer Policy Institute which offers course work, seminars and field trips covering international politics, quantitative methods, international economics, peace/conflict resolution, U.S. foreign policy and other related areas.
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