Campus & Community

Eight seniors awarded 2006-07 Rockefeller Fellowships

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Concluding its annual meeting and interviews at Harvard this past December, the Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Fellowships Administrative Board has awarded fellowships to eight graduating seniors – the most ever awarded by the board in a single year, in recognition of an excellent applicant pool. Rockefeller Fellowships contribute $18,000 toward a year of purposeful postgraduate immersion in a foreign culture for candidates at critical stages in their development who feel a compelling need for new and broadening experience.

The eight recipients are Morgan Brown of Leverett House, for travel to India; Maureen Connolly of Dudley House, for travel to the Dominican Republic; Carolyn Daly of Adams House, for travel to Morocco; Nicole Gavel of Leverett House, for travel to Mexico; Justine Nagurney of Eliot House, for travel to New Zealand; Francisco Perez of Currier House, for travel to Senegal; Henry Seton of Adams House, for travel to South Africa; and Jennifer Wynn of Leverett House, for travel to Brazil.