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Sixteen students have been awarded travel enrichment and independent travel research grants for the 2005-06 Winter Break and Spring Semester through the Center for International and Intercultural Studies.

Travel enrichment grants have been awarded to the following students, listed with their topics of study and locations:
(Photos Included Where Available)

- James Farrell '07, of Ogdensburg, NY, Great Historical Sites of the Second World War and the Holocaust (Denmark) - Betsy Cogger Rezelman International Travel Endowment

Frank Izaguirre '08, of Coral Gables, FL, Birdwatching in Costa Rica - The Weaver/Nicolais Family International Travel Endowment Fund








Arnold Kanyang'onda '06, of Nairobi, Kenya, Germany 2006: Africa in the Global Game - The Bernard and Lennelle McKinnon Endowment for International Education








Oumou Leye '07, of Senegal, Arab Heritage in Contemporary Spanish Culture and Lifestyle: A Comparison between Madrid and Andalusia - The Weaver/Nicolais Family International Travel Endowment Fund








- Mukhaye Muchimuti '08, of Nairobi, Kenya, Tracing the African Roots in the culture of Costa Rica through Dance and Music - The Weaver/Nicolais Family International Travel Endowment Fund

- Kelly Nipp '07, of Elmwood Park, IL, A look at trail maintenance and management tactics in desert, mountain, island rainforest, and temperate rainforest ecosystems (Australia) - The Cabot Family Endowment for International and Intercultural Education

Abigail Rountree '07, Manchester Center, VT, The effects of globalization analyzed through commodification (Vienna, Austria) - The Cabot Family Endowment for International and Intercultural Education








- Rebecca Timbers '07, of Underhill, VT, Comparing Savannah Ecosystems to Coastal Habitats (Kenya) - The Cabot Family Endowment for International and Intercultural Education

YiLun Wang '09, of Shanghai, China, Chateaux of France: castles and French history - The D. Douglas Andrews Memorial Award








- Sean Watkins '07, of Lowville, NY, The History of my Family in England - The Betsy Cogger Rezelman International Travel Endowment

Matthew Way '07, of Stow, MA, Exploring Climbing Cultures Around the World: A Look at Australia - The Cabot Family Endowment for International and Intercultural Education








Independent travel research grants have been awarded to:

- Marie Gage '06, of Stamford, CT, Capturing the Spirits: A Documentation of Peruvian Shamans - The Sol Feinstone International Study Prize

- Amy Griffin '06, of Burke, NY, Using Archeological Field Survey to Indentify Ancient Socio-Economic Groups in Kerala, India - The Sol Feinstone International Study Prize

Mikinee Moses '06, of New York, NY, J'Ouvert - A Geneology of Traditional Carnival Characters (Trinidad) - The Giltz Family Fund for International and Intercultural Education Endowment








Katherine Nelson '06, of Marietta, OH, A Change of Character: the effects of globalization on humanitarian aid in Kenya - The Romeo/Gilbert Intercultural Endowment








- Lauren Vander Zanden '08, of Old Orchard Beach, ME, Discovering the Goddess: Hindu Goddess worship in India - The Sol Feinstone International Study Prize

Posted: November 29, 2005


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