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Hillary Langat '13
Hillary "Kip" Langat '13 Receives Davis Peace Project Fellowship

Hillary “Kip” Langat ’13 has been awarded a Davis Peace Project Fellowship program grant of $10,000.  Through his project titled “Pulling Villages out of Poverty with a Community Tractor in Kenya,” Langat will help to empower people in three Kenyan villages by purchasing a community farming tractor and training them in farming techniques in an effort to break the cycle of poverty.  More ...

Tiffany Sanders '11
Tiffany Sanders '11 Awarded Davis Peace Project Fellowship

Tiffany Sanders '11 has been awarded a Davis Peace Project Fellowship program grant of $10,000. A Posse Foundation scholar from Boston, she plans to use her to project award to create open enrollment, free karate classes at the Orchard Gardens Community Center in Dorchester, Mass.  More ...

Hamilton Students Collect Prestigious National Fellowships, Scholarships
Hamilton students are having an impressive year in being named the recipients of national fellowships and scholarships. Among the awards are the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, Fulbright grants and NSF Graduate Research Fellowships. More ...
Lydia Rono '11
Lydia Rono ’11 Awarded Davis Peace Project Fellowship for School Building Project in Kenya
Lydia Rono ’11 has been awarded a Davis Peace Project Fellowship program grant of $10,000. Through her project, titled Education for Peace, she hopes to build one secondary school classroom and one rest room in Barekeiwo Village in Kenya, thus qualifying Barekeiwo High School for Kenyan government educational funding. This would supplement the one classroom and one staff room already built by the community. More ...
Caroline Davis '11 and Laura Gault 11
Students Strive to Improve Health Care in Tanzania
The debate over health care is not solely bound to the United States. Neither is it confined to migration via land – medicinal issues wash ashore on continents like Africa. In the spring, Caroline Davis ’11 and Laura Gault ’11 were awarded a Davis Peace Project Fellowship program grant amounting to $10,000. They spent it on a research project titled “Empowering the Hadzabe as Agents of Peace: Health for Cultural Preservation.” Its goal to devise a strategy to improve healthcare in the Hadzabe communities of Tanzania. They believe promise lies therein for mobile health care labs and improved ambulatory care during pregnancy complications. More ...
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