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Fall 2014 Rockefeller Senior Honors Thesis Grant Recipient Brett Drucker '15

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The Rockefeller Center is proud to announce the Fall 2014 recipients of the Senior Honors Thesis Grants. This series highlights each recipient of a Rockefeller Senior Honors Thesis Grant for Fall 2014.

The Rockefeller Senior Honors Thesis Grants program provides grants of up to $1,000 for undergraduate students writing a senior honors thesis in the social sciences. For more information on deadlines and how to apply, see our website here.

Brett Drucker '15

Brett Drucker is a member of the Class of 2015 from Brookline, MA. He is a Government major with minors in Economics and French. After spending ten weeks in Paris on a foreign study program during his sophomore winter, Drucker became fascinated with the way that Americans are perceived in France, one of the nation's oldest allies. Many of the conversations he had while on the trip presented a nuanced view of American power and served as the impetus for his thesis research. On campus, Drucker is a writer for The Dartmouth, a founding member of The BOX food truck, an Admissions Tour Guide, and contributes color commentary to radio broadcasts for Dartmouth hockey and baseball games. His advisor is Yusaku Horiuchi.

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