Evan Wolstencroft '16 Awarded Critical Language Scholarship
Evan Wolstencroft ’16, a political science/international studies and Chinese studies double major and anthropology minor, received a Critical Language Scholarship, offered through the U.S. State Department, which will allow him to study for eight weeks this summer in Taiwan.
Anna Tallmadge '15 Named Global Health Corps Fellow
Anna Tallmadge has been awarded a competitive fellowship with Global Health Corps. She will spend the year in Kigali, Rwanda as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the nonprofit organization Health Builders.
Emily Van Auken '18 Named 2016 NOAA Hollings Scholar
"The application seemed overwhelming at first, but working with Dean Almeida and Kris Silva made it feel like something I could accomplish. The process allowed me to reflect on myself and my goals, and now I have a stronger sense of who I am and what I wish to accomplish here at Stonehill and beyond…Read more
Emily Zygiel ’16 Named Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Recipient
One of 260 young scholars selected nationwide, Zygiel will receive up to $7,500 for use towards tuition, book, and room and board fees.
Joseph Gale ’13 Awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship
Stonehill alumnus Joseph Gale ’13 (right, with Professor of History James Wadsworth) was recently awarded a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Turkey for the 2015-2016 school year.
Thomas Gumbley ’16 Awarded Competitive EPA Fellowship
Economics and Environmental Studies major Thomas Gumbley ’16 has been awarded a $50,000 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowship For Undergraduate Environmental Study.
Erica Cordatos '19 Receives Fulbright Summer Institute Placement
Erica Cordatos '19 has received a place on a Fulbright Summer Institute in Wales, UK. One of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating world-wide, it provides an immersive learning experience that involves both academic and cultural components in the country.
Exceptionally strong students who have distinguished themselves in their academics, extracurricular activities, and personal lives are strongly encouraged to apply for these prestigious awards. Craig Kelley, Dean of Academic Achievement and Kris Silva, Prestigious Awards Advisor are available to assist students in the identification and pursuit of awards for which they would be competitive applicants.