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Thirteen students have been awarded travel grants to assist with costs incurred while conducting research during winter break or the spring 2004 semester, from the International Programs office.

Those awarded grants are:

D. Douglas Andrews Memorial Award

  • Kileen Deets '05, of East Dorset, VT, "Women and Snowboarding: Moving forward in a male- dominated sport," Interlaken, Switzerland
  • Daniell Sanzone '05, of Troy, NY, "Literature's Influence on the History and Perception of Troy," Hissarlik, Turkey (ancient city of Troy)

    Giltz Family Fund

  • Matthew Burton-Kelly '05, of North Hero, VT, "Comparing Apline Glaciers in Alaska with those in New Zealand," New Zealand
  • Katherine Crockett '04, of Raymond, ME, "Understanding the Implication of Progressive Education Strategies at the Gordonstoun School," Scotland
  • Seton Leonard '05, of Freeport, ME, "Trade, Development and Timbuktu," Timbuktu, Mali
  • Prajjawal Panday '05, of Kathmandu, Nepal, "Pollution of the Bagmati River in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal," Nepal

    Sol Feinstone International Study Prize

  • Aram Muksian '04, of Lincoln, RI, "Discovering Peace Amidst the Roots of Turmoil: Looking Forward to the Past in Armenia," Armenia
  • Rachel Peterson '04, of King of Prussia, PA, "Cité: The Dynamic Influences of a Metro Station on its Surrounding Area and People," Paris, France
  • Shanna Treworgy '04, of Lebanon, NH, "Empowerment of Francophone Communities: An examination of Informal Education Among Women's Groups in Senegal," Senegal

    Betsy Cogger Rezelman International Travel Endowment

  • Herbert Yancey '05, of Lowville, NY, "European Union and its Economic Effects," Brussels, Belgium

    Weaver/Nicholais Family International Travel Endowment Fund

  • Charles Bour II '05, of Penfield, NY, "La Pasió de Fútbol en Bolivia: The Importance of Soccer in Bolivian Society," Bolivia
  • Heather O'Dea '04, of Binghamton, NY, "The Homogenization of Tourism in Mexico," Mexico

    Romeo/Gilbert Intercultural Endowment

  • Caitlin Donovan '04, of Cohasset, MA, "The Fight to Organize Migrant Farm Labor," California

    Posted: December 8, 2003