Bowdoin Students Awarded National Fellowships, Scholarships
Story posted June 08, 2011
Bowdoin students earned an array of national awards during the 2010-2011 academic year.
These scholarships and fellowships reward academic excellence with opportunities for supported study and enriching experiences here and abroad.
- Austrian Government Teaching Apprenticeship in English — Julia Littlefield '11, Kara Wilson '11
- Beinecke Scholarship — Sean McElroy '12
- Davis Project: 100 Projects for Peace Grant — Mariya Ilyas '13
- Fulbright Scholarships — Will Cogswell '11, Chester Eng '11, Ellen Kimball '11, Sara Powers '11
- Barry M. Goldwater Fellowship — Alex Williams '12
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships — Evan Fricke '11
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship — Tricia Thibodeau '13
- U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarships — Kim Lacey '12, Zackary Suhr '14, Zachary Winters '11
- Udall Scholarships — Andrew Cushing '12, Teona Williams '12
- Thomas J. Watson Fellowship — Josh Magno '11
For a comprehensive list of all student awards, download a pdf of the 2011 Commencement program.
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