A number of Williams students recently received scholarships and fellowships, allowing them to pursue post-graduate work.
Junior Tania Calle received a Harry S. Truman scholarship, given to college juniors demonstrating exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in public service. She plans to pursue a joint M.D./M.P.H. degree through the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine PRIME program to develop clinical and political analysis skills in preparation for a career as a physician, public health specialist, and immigrant rights advocate.
Junior Joseph Moore received a Beinecke scholarship, and he plans to pursue a Ph.D. in comparative literature, studying the political dimensions of English, Spanish, and French language literatures of the 20th century in a comparative context.
Six seniors received Dr. Herchel Smith Fellowship for graduate study at Cambridge University’s Emmanuel College and one senior received the Donovan-Moody Fellowship for graduate study at Exeter College at Oxford University. Those going to Cambridge are Ari Ball-Burack, Roxanne Corbeil, Mary Kate Guma, Erin Hanson, Elizabeth Hibbard, and Zachary Ottati. Drew Fishman will be attending Oxford.