Center for International Studies awards


Mellon-MIT Program on Forced Migration

Rachel Gisselquist G, political science, Honolulu

Sarah Kamal, G, comparative media studies, Ottawa, Ontario

Energy, Technology and International Affairs Research Grants--for advanced doctoral students working in close collaboration with a faculty member on any international aspect of energy, environment and international affairs.

David Art G, political science, Lincoln, Mass.

Boaz Atzili G, political science, Kibuttz Zikim, Israel

Michal Ben-Josef Hirsch G, political science, Tel Aviv

Pat Boyd G, political science, Madison, Va.

Genevieve Connors G, DUSP, New York

Vanda Felbabova G, political science, Belmont, Mass.

Rachel Gisselquist G, political science, Honolulu

Kelly Greenhill G, political science, Lincoln, Mass.

Heather Gregg G, political science, Nevada City, Calif.

Yinan He G, political science, Jiangsu Province, China

Greg Koblentz G, political science, Rye, N.Y.

Evangelos Liaras G, political science, Thessaloniki, Greece

Jennifer Lind G, political science, Aptos, Calif.

Sara Jane McCaffrey G, political science, New York

Marcela Natalicchio G, political science, Buenos Aires

Uri Raich G, DUSP, Mexico City

Neil Ruiz G, political science, Oxnard, Calif.

Rodrigo Serrano-Berthet G, DUSP, Buenos Aires

Ali Shirvani-Mahdavi G, DUSP, Minneapolis

Smita Srinivas G, DUSP, Bangalore, India

Sunil Tankha G, DUSP, Calcutta, India

Chris Twomey G, political science, Dedham, Mass.

Travel Fellowship--for doctoral students in international studies who intend to present a paper on international affairs at a professional meeting

Daniel Breznitz G, political science, Jerusalem

David Burbach G, political science, Portland, Ore.

Heather Gregg

Natasha Iskander G, management, Washington, D.C.

Jennifer Lind

Xiaomin Mou G, HST, Schenectady, N.Y.

Apiwat Ratanawaha G, DUSP, Chiangmai, Thailand

Karen Rothkin G, political science, New York

Neil Ruiz

Ali Shirvani-Mahdavi

Sunil Tankha

Christopher Twomey

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 4, 2003.


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