Check out this great video and article about Kristin’s senior research project and presentation of her work at the Council of Undergraduate Research’s annual Posters on the Hill at the Capitol in DC. This event shares impressive undergraduate research work from across the country with Congress and funding agencies. Congratulations, Kristin, on your research! To learn more about Posters on the Hill, see http://www.cur.org/conferences_and_events/student_events/posters_on_the_hill/ or contact email@example.com
Congratulations to Hasher Nisar ‘16.5, Middlebury’s newest Truman Scholar! Hasher was one of 54 new Truman Scholars selected from a field of 775 candidates. He will receive a $30,000 scholarship toward graduate school and the opportunity to participate in professional development programming to prepare for a career in public service leadership. Hasher plans to pursue a PhD in Islamic Studies. Read more about Hasher here . The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation selects and supports the next generation of public service leaders. Students apply as juniors for this fellowship. Learn more at go/fellowships .
From the Middlebury College Newsroom ( http://www.middlebury.edu/newsroom/around-campus/node/515966 ) :
“Two Middlebury students and two recent graduates, along with their Middlebury professors, presented their research at the 8th International Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics at the University of Puerto Rico on April 13-16.
|Top (l-r): Brandon Baird and Mark Balderston. Below: Madeline Gilbert, Evan Patz, Caroline Cating, and Marcos Rohena-Madrazo.|
Evan Patz ’17 and Jeffrey Stevenson, associate professor and director of the School in Chile, presented “Socio-phonological variation of syllable final /s/ aspiration in Chilean Spanish and L2 acquisition.”
Mark Balderston ’15.5, Caroline Cating ’16.5, and Assistant Professors Brandon Baird and Marcos Rohena-Madrazo presented “He sounds like he plays fútbol: Perceptions of single-word Spanish phonology switches within English utterances.”
Madeline Gilbert ’14 and Prof. Rohena-Madrazo presented “Sociolinguistic stratification of coda (-r) in Buenos Aires Spanish: Hyperarticulation and Deletion.”
The Workshop on Sociolinguistics. is one of the most important academic events in the field of sociolinguistics, said Prof. Baird.
Middlebury’s Undergraduate Research Office provided funding support for the students’ participation at the workshop.”
Congratulations to all!
The Schwarzman scholarship, inspired by the Rhodes scholarship, is a program designed to help future leaders meet the challenges of the 21st century and beyond by preparing them to better understand China’s culture, economy, and governance. Up to 200 Scholars chosen annually from around the world for this highly selective, fully-funded program will have an unrivaled opportunity to live in Beijing for a year of study and cultural immersion, attending lectures, traveling and developing first-hand exposure to China and its people. Scholars will study for a one-year Masters degree in public policy, international relations, or economics and business at Tsinghua University. Program conducted in English. Open to students of all citizenships. Application cycle: senior fall; also open to young alumni.
Session led by Christian Tanja from the Schwarzman Scholarship. Join us on Tuesday, April 19 at 4:30pm in Library 201. Join us to learn more!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org . See http://schwarzmanscholars.org/ for more info.
Friday, April 15–all day! Check out the story and video (thanks Ben Savard ’14!):
See you there!