Twenty seniors receive national scholarships and fellowships

Author: Arts and Letters


The National Science Foundation, Fulbright Educational Exchange Program, Marshall Scholarship Program and other national organizations have awarded postgraduate scholarships and fellowships to 20 University of Notre Dame seniors.

Kristen Woyach, Columbus, Ohio, received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Patrick Longenbaker, Westerville, Ohio, received a Freeman-Asia Study Abroad Program grant and a National Flagship Language Initiative grant.

Julia Fitzpatrick, Livonia, Mich., received a Scoville Peace Fellowship.

Longenbaker and Fitzpatrick both previously received Boren Undergraduate Scholarships from the National Security Education Program.

Catherine Herman, Baldwin, N.Y., received a Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose.

Mark Joseph Thomas, Oregonia, Ohio, received a Javits Fellowship.

Sarah Sibley, Marion, Ariz., received an Emerson National Hunger Fellowship.

Four seniors received French Government Teaching Assistantships. The are:

Paige Courtney Barnes; Daniel Kettinger, Bowling Green, Ohio; Jean Marinangeli, Arlington Heights, Ill., and Gena Robinson, South Bend.

Nine seniors have received Fulbright grants for study abroad. They are:

Kristine Bohling, Walnut Creek, Calif., to South Korea; Hillary Brass, Angola, Ind., to Indonesia; Bethany Caron, South Bend, to Spain; Noelle Easterday, to South Korea; Kathryn Hoodecheck, Winona, Minn., to Germany; Alison Glass, Troy, N.Y., to Russia; Kathleen Monticello, The Woodlands, Texas, to Chile; Samantha Raneri, Katonah, N.Y., to Mexico; and Lisa Reijula, Glen Ellyn, Ill., to Estonia.

Peter Quaranto, Franklin, Mass., received a Marshall Scholarship for studies in the United Kingdom.

Originally published by William G. Gilroy & Susan M. Guibert at on May 18, 2006.