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Kelly-Douglas Fund awards

I. Austin Kelly III Essay Prize--for scholarly or critical essays judged to be outstanding in one of the humanities fields or some interdisciplinary combination

David Foxe '03, architecture and music, Sussex, Wis., for "Instrumental Liminality: A Study of the Interludes in Britten's Opera 'Peter Grimes'"
Lynn Punnoose '03, biology, chemical engineering and literature, Bellerose, N.Y., for "Searching for the Truth in 'Arden of Faversham' and 'The Alchemist'"
Morgan Sonderegger '04, physics, Berkeley, Calif., for "La Soci�t� Gallomane: The Use of French by the Nobility of Imperial Russia"

I. Austin Kelly III/Richard Douglas Traveling Fellowships--to juniors for travel which supports study in the humanities or arts

Christen Gray '04, biology, Marietta, Ga.
Sean Leondard '04, EECS, San Diego
Arthur Musah '04, EECS, Sunyani, Ghana
Tae Won Kim '04, chemistry, Tenafly, N.J.
Tao Qiu '04, economics and EECS, Nanjing, China

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

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