October 13, 1995

BRITISH MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS The Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission has awarded scholarships, tenable at the institutions named, for two years from this month to the following students from the United States:

Angela Banks (Spelman College), Wolfson College Oxford - sociology. L. G. Benn (Harvard University), New College, Oxford - English. R. S. Bennink (Hope College), King's College, London - physics. Elena Berg (Cornell University), Clare College, Cambridge - biological anthropology. J. E. Bordoff (Brown University), Wadham College, Oxford - modern Middle Eastern studies. P. Chakrabarti (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign), New College, Oxford - philosophy, politics and economics. Aimee Crago (Tulane University), Clare College, Cambridge - pathology. Elizabeth Emens (Yale University), King's College, Cambridge - criminology. Amy Finkelstein (Harvard University), Magdalen College, Oxford - economics. D. Q. Fuller (Yale University), Darwin College, Cambridge - archaeology. Danielle Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), University of Edinburgh - community health.

Meredith Hale (Georgetown University), Courtauld Institute of Art, London - history of art. B. W. Hickey (Princeton University), New College, Oxford - philosophy, politics and economics. T. W. Hong (Harvard University), University College, London - microwaves and optoelectronics. S. G. Iyengar (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Girton College, Cambridge - biotechnology. V. K. Jaswal (Columbia University), University of Edinburgh - psychology. M. C. Kimmage (Oberlin College), University College, Oxford - modern history. M .S. Klinger (American University), University of Bradford - European integration. M. W. Lucianovic (Princeton University), Trinity College, Cambridge - mathematics. Sara Martin (Northwestern University), University of Warwick - drama-in-education and cultural studies. Alison Meekhof (Duke University), Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge - chemistry. D. A. Miller (Anderson University), Wadham College, Oxford - modern history and English. L. Mui (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), University College, Oxford - management studies. Julia Novy (Stanford University), University of Sussex - development studies. T. A. O. Nyong'o (Wesleyan University), University of Birmingham cultural studies. H. J. Pung (United States Military Academy, West Point), Merton College, Oxford - mathematics for industry.

S. T. Rottinghaus (Kansas State University), Trinity College, Cambridge - zoology. M. S. Ryu (Princeton University), New College, Oxford - philosophy. J. Seliga (Georgetown University), University of Leicester - urban history. C. T. Snydal (University of North Carolina), King's College, Cambridge - natural sciences. Mindy Sobota (Brown University), King's College, Cambridge - natural sciences. M. A. Suchard (University of California, Berkeley), Magdalen College, Oxford - molecular biology. Jeanni Suk (Yale University), Wadham College, Oxford - European literature. Helena Taylor (Princeton University), Trinity College, Cambridge - molecular biology. J. M. Tomasi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Peterhouse, Cambridge - mathematics. J. L. Tseng (Harvard University), University of Edinburgh - cognitive science and natural language. Maura Tumulty (Williams College) University of Edinburgh - philosophy. R. Vedanthan (Swarthmore College), Magdalen College, Oxford - human sciences. Yusi Wang (Princeton University), University of Sussex - technology and development. Deborah Wexler (Harvard University), Magdalen College, Oxford - economic and social history.

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