Each year Barnard students and alumnae receive prestigious external scholarships that support a variety of enriching experiences, including foreign travel, language training, scientific research, graduate study, and other projects. Listed below are some of our 2011-2012 scholarship recipients. Visit Barnard’s online Scholarship Guide for more information about these and other opportunities.
Three students received U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships for intensive summer language institutes during summer 2012:
Farida Begum ’12, India
Tammy Oung ’14, Japan
Zuzana Giertlova ’14, Turkey
Ajla Karajko ’14 received a Davis Projects for Peace Award to conduct a community service project in Bosnia this summer.
Seven students received U.S. Department of Education Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships for training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.
Alexandra Lisonek ’13, Eastern Europe
Natalia Storey ’13, Middle East
Cecile Umenyhazi ’15, Middle East
Academic Year 2012-13
Jordan Borgman ’13, South Asia
Charlotte Kostelic ’13, Eastern Europe
Xinyi Lin ’14, East Asia
Jessica Sims ’13, South Asia
Christina Gee ’13 received a Freeman-ASIA Scholarship supporting study in East and Southeast Asia in summer 2011.
Five students and alumnae have received 2012-13 Fulbright Scholarships for English teaching assistantships:
Phoebe Brosnan ’12, Germany
Annie Hayward ’03, Malaysia
Sara Probber ’12, Russia
Bethany Schaid ’09, Turkey
Daniela Segrove ’08, Andorra
Hanna Baumann ’08 has received a Gates-Cambridge Scholarship for graduate study in architecture at Cambridge University.
The following students were awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which supports participation in a study-abroad program:
Natalie Hernandez ’13, Italy
Nicole Jabanoski ’13, Senegal
Jade Kendrick ’13, Madagascar
Anayvelyse Allen-Mossman ’13, Argentina
Charlotte Kostelic ’13, Russia
Alexandra Lisonek ’13, Italy
Hannah Miranda Miller ’12 received a Harriman Institute Undergraduate Fellowship.
Abigail Walworth ’12 received a 2012-2013 Mortimer Hays-Brandeis Traveling Fellowship.
The following students have been awarded a 2012 Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellowship, which supports undergraduates working at summer internships in public interest law:
Gabrielle Fromer ’14
Fatema Jannat ’14
Gilana Keller ’13
Ana Maria Cruz ’09 has received a 2012-13 Luce Fellowship.
Aliza Goldberg ’14 received a Weatherhead East Asian Institute Undergraduate Training Grant to support her summer 2012 internship at the U.S. Department of State Office in Hanoi, Vietnam.
The following alumnae are recipients of 2012-13 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships:
Maria Lissitsyna Bloom ‘08, Harvard University
Jessica Wan Rong Chen ’10, Harvard University
Brisa Joan Hurlocker ’10, New York University
Gina Marrone ’08, Weill Medical College, Cornell University
Laura Vican ’11, University of California, Los Angeles