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Six College of Arts and Sciences Students Awarded Fellowships for Research Projects

Andrew Rimby, a PhD candidate in English, was named the inaugural recipient of the Guiliano Global Fellowship in Fall 2018.

Two graduate and four undergraduate students have been named recipients of Edward Guiliano ’78 Global Fellowships, a new program that provides merit-based grants to creative and curious undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences. The recipients are:

Andrew Rimby, a PhD candidate in English, was named the inaugural recipient of the Guiliano Global Fellowship in Fall 2018.
English PhD candidate Andrew Rimby was named the inaugural recipient of the Guiliano Global Fellowship in Fall 2018.

Aishani Gupta, graduate student, Department of History
Project: “The Shrine’s City: Pilgrimage, Politics, and the Making of Colonial Ajmer, 1818-1947

Isabel Murcia-Estrada, graduate student, Department of Hispanic Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Project: “Finding Concha de Albornoz: After the Traces of a Writer Without Writings”

Hayley Rein, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology
Project: “Investigating Health Disparities in India to Develop and Deliver Immediate Interventions in Clinical and Community Settings

Kachun Leung, undergraduate student, Departments of Art and Psychology
Project: “Appropriating Modernism: Art of the Japanese American Internment Camps

Stephanie Millner, undergraduate student, Department of Political Science
Project: “Explore St. Petersburg! Study Abroad”

Courtney Taylor, undergraduate student, Department of English
Project: “Jenkins: An All-American Outing”

Edward Guiliano ’78 and Mireille Guiliano (Photo Credit: Jeff Weiner)
Edward Guiliano ’78 and Mireille Guiliano (Photo Credit: Jeff Weiner)

Funded by a generous gift from PhD alumnus Edward Guiliano ’78 and his wife, Mireille Guiliano, the Guiliano Global Fellowship program supports independent research, scholarly activities and artistic expression projects across the country and around the world.

Andrew Rimby, a PhD candidate in English, was named the inaugural recipient of the Guiliano Global Fellowship in Fall 2018. Rimby, who also holds a graduate certificate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, will conduct archival research for his project, “The Kiss of Walt Whitman: Oscar Wilde Reading Whitman From England to America.

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