Spring 2012: Jillian Hinderliter, a history major with a minor in Jewish studies, was named the first recipient of the Brudnick Scholarship for 2011-12. Hinderliter was recognized for her two research projects, one on Jewish women’s leadership roles in the women’s health movement and another on Boston Jewry in the early 20thcentury.
Spring 2011: Matthew Shutzer was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research in India. Shutzer graduated in 2010 and will be starting a PhD program at New York University
Spring 2011: Tom Jay Cinq-Mars was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research at Kazan State University in Russia. Tom’s work focuses on the relationship between the secret police and student movements in 19th century Russia.
Spring 2011: Emily Falconer has been chosen to be the recipient of the Honors Senior Fellowship Award for 2011-2012. This award is to be used for her honors project “1938: The Munich Conference, the Molotov Ribbentrop Pact, and Espionage on the Eve of World War II.”
Spring 2011: Kelsey Bacon has been chosen to be the recipient of the Gladys Brooks Undergraduate Award for 2011-2012. This award is to be used for her honors project “The Cambridge Five: A Biographical Account of Five King’s Men Who Spied for Stalin.”
Spring 2011: Tom-Jay Cinq-Mars, an Honors student who graduated with a double major in History and Spanish in May 2010, won a Fulbright to Russia (Kazan University) for 2011-2012. Tom Jay was also awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Languages Scholarship for study in Kazan, Russia during summer 2010. Tom Jay was the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship while at Northeastern, along with a Provost-sponsored research grant to study the history of the Spanish Civil War. In summer 2007, Mr. Cinq-Mars traveled to Salamanca, Spain, to work in Los Archivos de la Guerra Civil Española.
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