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