Thomas J. Watson Fellows

 

Awards and Fellowships

 

   

 
 

Thomas J. Watson Fellowship
Each year the fellowship provides funding to 60 graduating seniors for a yearlong project outside the U.S. The projects reflect a candidate's genuine interest in, and longstanding commitment to, a specific concern, whether or not this interest is evident in a formal course of study. The project must be one that can be pursued with great independence and adaptability, and it cannot involve formal study at a foreign institution. It must involve travel to areas where the student has not previously lived or studied for a significant length of time. The stipend for the fellowship year is $22,000.

 

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1984

Ian A. Merwin
Margarette Wasow
Laurence Frank
Zohra Kalinkowitz
Dennis Tucker
Andrew Magee
John Myers
George Lappas
Peter Lee
Peter Child
Steven Raichlen
Steven C. Hankin
James Stewart
James D'Emilio
Fred Fenton
William Frost
Jeffrey Thomas
David S. Barrett
Neal S. Goren
Boyd Said Nuseibeh
Mira Usha Kamdar
Kevin Robbins
Hilary Simons
Lisa Steinmann
Rebecca Braslau
Daniel Wolf
Monica Irons
Susan Alberts
Julia Liu

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2001

Susan Hohl
Brendan McConville
Adam Penenberg
Ruthanne Williams
Alison McAlpine
David Wolczyk
Alana Boland
Harvey Manning
Sara Whiteley
Kenneth Ward
Lisa Kemmerer
John Peck
Benjamin Yang
Erica L. Kohl
Stephanie Sakellaris
Juliet Glass
George Weiblen
Nicolle LaFleur
Rachel Scherr
Tom Strong
Katharine Poundstone
Johannah Raney
Wylie Harris
Margaret Mayfield
Erica Weaver
Gabriel F. Weiss
Jennifer Hong
Alison Madsen
Kraig Kraft
Jared Pruitt

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