International Research Travel Grants
IDDLEBURY STUDENTS CAN RECEIVE GENEROUS
for their international research through the Rohatyn Center’s International Research Travel Grant program. Students from any discipline or program whose proposed project is international in its orientation are eligible to apply. Funding is provided by RCFIA, and a faculty committee selects the awardees. All recipients are named undergraduate research associates of the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs during their senior year. For further information on the International Research Travel Grant program, see http://web.middlebury. edu/ofﬁces/rcﬁa/student_research_grants.htm. SUPPORT
SIXGRANTSWEREAWARDEDTOFUNDRESEARCHABROAD DURING THE SUMMER OF
Grace Armstrong ’06, independent scholar, who will investigate, in Brazil, the impact of regional integration and globalization on intellectual property issues in Mercosur. Rachel Dunlap ’06, English and theater joint major, who will conduct research to create a volume of nonﬁction, ﬁction, interviews, and poetry detailing the experiences of French-speaking, Muslim, African women located in Senegal and Paris. Helen Price Massey ’06, international studies major, who will travel to South Africa to investigate potential methods to improve South Africa’s national HIV/AIDS treatment plan. Danielle Naugle ’06, Spanish and sociology/anthropology double major, who will investigate phenotypical blackness in present-day Uruguay, addressing issues of race, identity, and discrimination.
ROHATYN CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Yohanne Kidolezi ’05, in Washington, D.C., at the Council on Undergraduate Research Posters on the Hill Session, where he presented his RCFIA-funded summer 2004 research in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Pauley Tedoff ’06, sociology/anthropology major, who will travel to Mauritius and Switzerland to conduct a cross-cultural exploration of the institution of arranged marriage between Swiss Romand farmers and Mauritian women. Nathalie Wolfram ’06, English major, who will travel to England to examine the relationship between 17thand 18th-century print culture and the resurgence of provincial theater in Restoration England.
ANNUAL REPORT 2004-2005
RCFIA Annual Report 2004-2005