Graduate Fellowship Recipients
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellows
The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship (IDF) provides a unique opportunity for outstanding Ph.D. students who are engaged in interdisciplinary research to study with faculty at one of the University’s interdisciplinary research centers or institutes during the fellowship year.
2023-24 CLA fellowship recipients:
|Leah Costik||Political Science||Interdisciplinary Center For The Study Of Global Change|
|Isaac Esposto||Feminist Studies||Institute For Advanced Study|
|Fa’aumu Kaimana||Anthropology||Center For Race, Indigeneity, Disability, Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Adrienne Manbeck||Psychology||Center On Women, Gender, And Public Policy|
|Anthropology||Interdisciplinary Center For The Study Of Global Change|
|Tibisay Navarro-Mana||History||Center For German And European Studies|
|Kristen Reynolds||American Studies||Charles Babbage Institute For Computing, Information & Culture|
|Treasure Tinsley||History||Institute For Advanced Study|
|Eugene Wong||Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences||Institute Of Child Development|
2022-2023 Fulbright Fellowship Winners
The purpose of the Fulbright program is to increase mutual understanding between people of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills. Approximately 1,900 grants are available to over 140 countries.
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2022-2023 Endowed Fellowship Recipients
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HAROLD LEONARD MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP IN FILM STUDY
The Leonard Memorial Fellowship supports graduate students who conduct study/research in film history, criticism, theory, or aesthetics. The fund was established by the will of Clara Lefkovits in honor of her son, Harold Leonard.
Kevin McKiernan, Asian Literature, Culture, and Media
Chuanhui Meng, Asian Literature, Culture, and Media
Emily Mitamura, Political Science
Kirsten Smith, French
Alexis Zanghi, Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society
TORSKE KLUBBEN FELLOWSHIP
The Torske Klubben Fellowship supports graduate students who have an interest in or connection to Norway and/or its culture. The Torske Klubben, founded in 1933, is a Minneapolis luncheon club of Norwegian heritage who is deeply interested in Norway and Norwegian-American history and relationships. The overarching goal of the fellowship program is to support future leaders.
- Hans Christian Wika, Economics