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College of Arts & Sciences
Walker Institute


Congratulations to our Student Award Winners!

Ceny Walker Undergraduate Fellowship 

Michael John Arin (Department of Political Science) who will receive a grant for his project to conduct research at the French National Archives.

Kaitlyn Justine Bretz (Department of Earth & Oceans Sciences) who will receive a grant for her project to examine Balinese conceptions of naturein Indonesia.

Ian Giocondo (School of Music) who will receive a grant for his archival research in France.

Ceny Walker Graduate Fellowship 

Lauren Andreu (College of Social Work) who will receive a grant for her study in Mexico. 

Zhuo Feng (Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures) who will receive a grant for her project on the literary presentations of food in modern China, examined through the lens of gender studies.

Gerad Gentry (Department of Philosophy) who will receive a grant for his study in Germany. 

Erin Holmes (Department of History) who will receive a grant for her fieldwork in Barbados.

Andrew Kettler (Department of History) who will receive a grant to conduct his archival research in Barbados.

Elizabeth Nelson (Department of Geography) who will receive a grant for her study of Algerian minorities in France.

Angela Seidler (Department of Geography) who will receive a grant for her study of the Northern Cyprus Water Supply Project’s impact on local communities in Turkey.

Jiayao Wang (Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures) who will receive a grant for her study in Beijing. 

International Experience Award 

Alysha Vicki Baratta (Department of Geography) who will receive a grant for her research into refugee settlements in Canada. 

Stewart Price Hughes (International Business) who will receive a grant for his project on Zambian copper mines in Lusaka, Zambia.

DeAndrea Martin (Department of Political Science) who will receive a grant for her study in Costa Rica. 

Anna Witkin (Department of Political Science) who will receive a grant for her study in Estonia.