Anna Remillard ’08 was awarded the DACOR Fellowship. She will pursue a Master’s Degree at the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on the history of agrarian and land reform movements in rural India in preparation of reaching her long-term goal of becoming a human rights lawyer in India. (Read more)
Amy Ahearn '08 was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grant to Malaysia. During her Fulbright experience, Amy will teach conversational English to students in Malaysia's Terengganu Providence who are studying at the secondary level. She will also improve her Tamil language skills and volunteer with a local non-governmental organization (NGO). Read about Amy's experience on her blog.
Grace Park ’08 was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grant to Korea. She will teach English and investigate public arenas where students are free to express their artistic ability and creativity. Additionally, Grace will explore whether educational systems and schools play a part in cultivating creativity within students. (Read more)
Andrew Steltzer ’08 was awarded a Fulbright grant to Japan. He will study the Japanese English language education system through research and courses on English instruction techniques. He will also explore how the standardized education goals of English language education are determined, which will provide context for understanding how broader national goals are translated into actual instruction. Read more about Andrew's experience on his blog. (Read more)
Robert Rezvani '08
Kenneth Akiha '08
Steve Holleran ’08 was awarded a Watson Fellowship, which will enable him to visit New Zealand, Tonga, and Chile to explore the forecasted devastation of the globe’s fish population. He will capture his experience and findings by filming a documentary across the South Pacific High Seas that explores sustainable fishing practices across various cultures. (Read more...) Visit Steve's blog and view the trailer of his forthcoming documentary!
Teona Williams '12 becomes Bowdoin's latest Watson Fellow. (Read more)
Mariya Ilyas '13 reflects on summer in Pakistan (Read more)
Watson winner Josh Magno '11 gears up for a year or exploring connections between societal hardships and art (Read More)
Willy Oppenheim '09 awarded a Rhodes Scholarship.
Rebecca Silva '11 wins DAAD Undergraduate Scholarship
Max Goldstein '07 receives Watson Fellowship for his project titled "Swimming Around the World: Creating Bridges between Communities."
Steven Holleran '08 was awarded a Watson Fellowship for his project titled "Fading into the Blue". Visit Steve's blog.