Thirteen Seniors Receive National Fellowships and Scholarships

Author: William G. Gilroy

The Fulbright Exchange Program, National Science Foundation, and other national organizations have awarded postgraduate scholarships and fellowships to 13 members of the University of Notre Dame’s Class of 2010.

Ryan Lash, Venetia, Pa., has received a Gates Cambridge Scholarship for advanced study at the University of Cambridge.

Three graduates received Fulbright Research and Study Grants. They are: Monica Grzesiak, Macomb, Mich., to Germany; Jenna Knapp, Indianapolis, Ind., to El Salvador; and Catherine Stecyk, Uniontown, Ohio, to Ukraine.

Four seniors received Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships. They are: Kate D’Ambrose, Naperville, Ill., to Germany; Tracy Jennings, Richmond, Va., to Turkey; Hayley Mohr, Midlothian, Va., to Germany; and Allison Thomas, Belleair, Fla., to Spain.

Grzesiak and Anthony Logan, Miami, Fla., received DAAD Study Scholarships, which are awarded to graduating seniors with a well-defined study or research project that makes studies at universities in Germany essential.

Bethany Herwaldt, Sugar Grove, Ill., received a National Physical Science Consortium Graduate Fellowship in the Physical Sciences.

Michael Hoffman, Yardley, Pa.; James Notwell, Upper Arlington, Ohio; and Eric Riedel, Falcon Heights, Minn.; received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

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