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The Center for International and Intercultural Studies at St. Lawrence has awarded travel/research grants to nine students, to assist them with expenses incurred while undertaking research projects during the coming summer and fall.

Students awarded grants, and their projects, are:

  • Vanessa de Bruyn ’05, North Bonneville, WA, will visit Beijing to study the art and history of the city during her semester in Shanghai.
  • Kassandra Hardy ’05, Stillwater, NY, will explore the Jotunheimen National Park in Norway while studying in Denmark.
  • Jonas Landes ’05, Marshallburg, NC, will explore New Zealand’s backcountry hut system after his semester in New Zealand through the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP).
  • Margaret Robinson ’06, Orleans, VT, will study environmental justice organizations throughout the United Kingdom during her semester in London.
  • Amy Earl ’05, Acworth, NH, will collect Madrid’s reaction to the March 11 bombings there.
  • Theresa Hyland ’05, Lake Clear, NY, will study language nationalism in the Galway region of Ireland.
  • Jenna Stearns ’06, Trumansburg, NY, will study adult literacy and popular education in Spain.
  • Kathryn Courcy ’06, South Burlington, VT, and Jenevieve Johnson ’06, Woodstock, VT, will study the meaning and tradition of the Celtic cross in Ireland.

    Posted: April 29, 2004