Recipients of the 2012 CES graduate and undergraduate awards

May 03, 2012 Bookmark and Share

CES congratulates graduate and undergraduate students recipients of the 2012 awards.

Recipients of the 2012 Jean Monnet Graduate Fellowship:
Aleksandar Boškovic, PhD Slavic Languages & Literatures, “Photopoetry Children's Book: Serbian Surrealism in Comparison with French.” Srinivas "Chinnu" Parinandi, PhD Political Science, “Burdens of Centralization? Carbon Policy Innovation in the (De)Centralizing European Union.” Molly Saunders-Scott, PhD Economics, “A Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the EU: Incentives for Enforcement.” Natalie Smolenski, PhD Anthropology/History, “Does Europe Exist? The Response of the Catholic Church in Poland to European Integration.”

Fellowships are awarded to U-M graduate students for research on European Studies with support from U-M’s CES, Copernicus Endowment, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, and WCED.

Recipients of the 2012 CES Summer Grant for Research and Internship in Europe:
Jessica Beck, PhD Anthropology (Portugal); Virginia Black, MUP Architecture & Urban Planning(France); Ari Brown, BS Computer Science (Finland); Judy Lindsay Brown, MFA Dance (Portugal/ France/Germany/Austria); Ivan Cangemi, PhD Anthropology/Classical Art and Archaeology (Italy); Rebecca Cao, BA Romance Languages & Literatures/CICS (France); Jenny Castano, MPH Public Health (Spain); Dwanna Crain, PhD Classical Art and Archaeology (Romania); Natania Hortsch, BSE Material Science & Engineering (Germany); Kirsten Kortebein, BA German (Germany); Leonora Lucaj, BA Psychology (Spain); Masha Shulkin, BS Neuroscience (France); Kylee Stair, BA CICS/French(France); Nikolas Sweet, PhD Anthropology(France).

Fellowships are awarded to U-M graduate  and undergraduate students with support from U-M’s CES, and WCED.