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Belen Vicens

Belen Vicens

The Nanovic Institute often sends graduate students to Europe to conduct archival research. Every once in a while, they find something new. This is the case for Belen Vicens, a graduate student in the History department. She used her Graduate Travel and Research Grant to work in the Arnamagnaean Collection at...

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Vincent Vangaever

Vincent Vangaever

The Nanovic Institute’s Student Spotlight has focused on research a lot lately, but we fund more than just research projects. Vincent Vangaever (’17), a double-major in Finance and Political Science, knows this well. He received The R. Stephen and Ruth Barrett Family Grant in order to complete a summer internship...

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Rachel Banke

Rachel Banke

Rachel Banke is new to our Student Spotlight today! A doctoral student in the department of History, Rachel received a Graduate Travel and Research Grant to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her dissertation, which will be a political study of how the British government defined and imagined its empire...

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Ji Hye Shin

Ji Hye Shin

Meet Ji Hye Shin, a doctoral student in the department of Political Science. She received a Graduate Travel and Research Grant to conduct research on her dissertation, entitled "Instituting the Balance: Great Power Politics and Postwar Institutional Architectures in Western Europe and Northeast Asia." Her research involved consulting archival documents...

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Mary Catherine Walter

Mary Catherine Walter

Mary Catherine Walter ('16) is an Architecture major who received an Undergraduate Travel and Research Grant from the Nanovic Institute. She spent a part of her summer traveling around the United Kingdom studying the concept of holistic design in medieval cities. She recently sent us a report on her trip,...

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Ashley Foster

Ashley Foster

Today our Student Spotlight focuses on a graduate student! Ashley Foster is a doctoral candidate in the department of History. She received a Graduate Travel and Research Grant from the Nanovic Institute to conduct summer research at the National Records Office in Edinburgh, Scotland for use in her dissertation, "Reconsidering...

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New Nanovic Fellows Announced

New Nanovic Fellows Announced

Please welcome the following faculty members as our newest Nanovic Fellows.  The Nanovic Institute now has more than 170 Nanovic fellows from over twenty-five departments across campus.  

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