Fellowships and Scholarships
2009 Fellowship and Scholarship Recipients
Bristol FellowshipCreated for Hamilton College students to "encourage discovery of self and the world, a greater appreciation and understanding of people and culture, and to enable individuals to act on great ideas through independent study projects rather than formal academic pursuit." Projects should be based on strong personal interest and commitment; they should be imaginative and thoughtful; they should be feasible; they should exhibit a spirit of inquisitiveness and a seriousness of purpose. Candidates will not be solely judged on academic record, but rather on the spirit of inquisitiveness and potential.
Ethan Woods '09
A Culinary Journey: Recipes through an Economic-Historic Lens: Malaysia, India, Turkey, Germany, Austria, Italy
Dave Projects for Peace GrantThe Davis Projects for Peace is made possible by Kathryn Wasserman Davis, an accomplished internationalist and philanthropist. Upon the occasion of her 100th birthday in February 2007, Mrs. Davis, mother of Shelby M.C. Davis who funds the Davis UWC Scholars Program, chose to celebrate by committing $1 million for 100 Projects for Peace.
Fulbright GrantThe Fulbright program was created to increase mutual understanding between the people of the US and other countries through educational exchange.
Barry M. Goldwater SchlorshipThe Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program honoring Senator Barry Goldwater is the premier national undergraduate award in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering recognizes exceptional academic achievement and research pursuits.
Thomas J. Watson FellowshipNational fellowship to engage in one year of self-designed independent study and travel abroad. Proposed project should involve investigation into an area of demonstrated concern and personal interest, it should be creative, feasible, interactive, and personally significant -- critical elements are commitment, quality of project, and match of project to the individual, feasibility, and the ability to work and travel independently. It should not be a repeat of earlier experiences, although it may build upon them. The project may not include formal study in a foreign institution. Student's academic record is considered together with those cocurricular activities that reflect both initiative and a commitment to the stated area of interest.
Kenyon Laing '09
Traffic: Red Light, Green Light? Prostitution and the Modern Day Slave Trade
Austin Hawkins '09
Earth Architecture: The Keystone to Reducing our Environmental Footprint