Award Announcements

 

2011 Howard & Natalie Shawn Summer Research Fellows

Howard and Natalie Shawn, long-standing friends of the History Department, have renewed their generous support for the Shawn Summer Research Fellowships for Ph.D. students.  The Shawn's gift enables five students to receive fellowship support for dissertation research during the summer. The students presented their research at the Symposium on New Directions in Historical Research on October 26, 2011. The department is delighted to announce this year's Shawn Fellows:

Hannah Barker
Justin Jackson
Nathan Pilkington
Eileen Ryan
Simon Taylor

2011 Doris G. Quinn Foundation Dissertation Fellowships

The History Department is pleased to announce the 2011 recipients of the Quinn Fellowship.  Sponsored annually by the Doris G. Quinn Foundation with matching support from Columbia, this fellowship assists students in the final year of dissertation-writing.  This year's Quinn fellowship funds are being matched by the generous support of the History Board of Visitors and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. The department is delighted to announce this year's Quinn Fellows:

Jessica Adler
Michael Heil
 

2010-2011 Anti-Discrimination Center Graduate Research Fellows

The History Department is pleased to announce the second year of the Anti-Discrimination Center (ADC) Graduate Research Fellowship Program.  This fellowship is designed to facilitate outstanding contributions to historical scholarship on important issues in the development of American Public policy.  It enables one doctoral student to conduct dissertation research during the summer. The 2010 and 2011 fellows presented their research at the U.S. History Workshop on December 5, 2011. The department is delighted to announce this year's ADC Fellows:

Amy Offner
Michael Woodsworth