Four University of New Hampshire students have been offered Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants. They are Gabriela Aguilera (Russian/Justice Studies ’15) of Cincinnati, OH; Jennifer Lindsay (Studio Art/International Affairs ’14) of Pembroke, NH; Sonia Scherr (MFA, Creative Writing ’13) of Norwich, VT; and Sasa Tang (Political Science/International Affairs ’11) of Lee, NH.
Five University of New Hampshire students are among the 1,000 American undergraduate students selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study or intern abroad during the summer 2015 term. The recipients are Tamir Blum, Matthew Kimball, Nicholas Lajoie, Elinor Purrier, and Jacqueline Sullivan.
Mark Anthony (natural resources) and Rory Carroll (Earth systems science), both second-year graduate students, and Herbie Smith, a senior physics major, are NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program fellows. The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program is one of the nation’s premier national science, math, engineering and technology (STEM) scholarship competitions.
Paige Balcom received a funded DAAD RISE internship position at Leibniz University in Hannover in Summer 2014. She is profiled on their university website.
Ian Gagnon (Mechanical Engineering, '15) was named NH College Student of the Year at the Rising Star Awards.
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Two UNH students have received competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to fund study abroad trips in summer 2014. They are Gabriela Aguilera and Lena Khawatmi.
Mechanical Engineering major Paige Balcom received a spot in the prestigious and competitive UK Fulbright Summer Institute for Summer 2014. Balcom will study for six weeks in Wales.
Brittany Marien (Lincoln, NH) and Cory McKenzie (Hampstead, NH) are University of New Hampshire recipients of prestigious Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) in Japanese and Chinese, respectively.
For the first time ever, three UNH students — all New Hampshire residents — have been awarded the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.