Sixteen seniors receive national scholarships and fellowships

by William G. Gilroy

The National Science Foundation, Fulbright Educational Exchange Program and other organizations have awarded postgraduate scholarships and fellowships to 16 University of Notre Dame seniors.p. Kathleen L. Donovan, an aerospace engineering major from Scotch Plains, N.J., received a graduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. She will pursue doctoral studies at Ohio State University.p. Seven seniors have received Fulbright grants for study abroad. They are:p. Brett M. Anderson, a German major from Hudson, Wis., to Austria; Mercy K. Bachner-Reimer, a German major from Stone Mountain, Ga., to Austria and Germany; Bonnie Leigh Cockerill, a political science major from Uvalde, Texas, to France; Jennifer A. Garczyk, a political science major from Maynard, Ohio, to Poland; Gregory S. Schober, a political science major from Waukesha, Wis., to Mexico; Katherine G. Zakas, a German and philosophy major from Granger, Ind., to Austria; Elizabeth M. Zwickert, a psychology major from Charlotte, N.C., to South Korea.p. Other seniors receiving scholarships or fellowships for study abroad include:p. Arienne M. Thompson, a Japanese major from Memphis, Tenn., Bridging Scholarship for Study Abroad in Japan and Freeman-Asia Award for Study Abroad; and Anne M. Hamilton, a philosophy major from Delafield, Wis., DAAD Deutschlandjahr Scholarship for Graduating Seniors.p. Also receiving fellowships were:p. Jeffrey A. Drocco, a physics major from Cupertino, Calif., Computational Science Graduate Fellowship; and Joshua M. Stuchlik, a philosophy major from Edmond, Okla., Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies.p. Previously, Drocco and Jonathan D. Mortison, a biochemistry major from San Diego, were awarded Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships for their senior years. Andrew N. DeBerry, an aerospace engineering major from Riverside, Ohio, received a National Security Education Program Boren Scholarship for his senior year of studies. John T. Long, a political science major from South Daytona, Fla., and Rose V. Lindgren, a political science major from Thousand Oaks, Calif., received Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarships to Hungary and France, respectively, for their senior years.

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