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Eleven Members of the Dartmouth Class of 2012 Receive Funding to support Senior Honors Thesis Research in Social Sciences

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The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center provides grants twice a year of up to $1,000 for undergraduate students writing a senior honors thesis in the social sciences. For the Class of 2012, we awarded eleven students from five different departments a total of $7,497.29 in grants. 

The research projects ranged from addressing the problem of implementing public welfare systems in three Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, and Peru, to the work private American foundations did to help rebuild Western Germany after World War II.

The grant application deadlines for the graduating Class of 2013 are Friday, May 18, 2012 or Friday, October 12, 2012.

2012 Senior Honors Thesis Grant RecipientsRead student bios
Recipient                                 Department                             Advisor                            
Christian Brandt                     ANTH                                     Lourdes Gutierrez Najera
Jessica Drazenovich                HIST                                       Annelise Orleck
Elizabeth Faiella                      HIST                                       Annelise Orleck
Orli Kleiner                             SOCY                                     John Campbell
Sanela Muharemovic               GOVT                                     Benjamin Valentino
Caitlin O'Neill                         HIST                                       Udi Greenberg
Rocco Pallin                            HIST                                       Annelise Orleck
Anastassia Radeva                  HIST                                       George Trumbull IV
Nina Skagerlind                      GOVT                                     John Carey
Jenny Thapa                            ENVS                                     Richard Howarth
Kelsey Woerner                      GOVT                                     Benjamin Valentino

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