CLASS OF 1991 FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
Eleven members of Wellesley College's Class of 1991 have
been awarded major fellowships and awards including grants
from the British Marshall Foundation, the Thomas J. Watson
Foundation, the National Science Foundation the Jacob Javits
Fellows Program, the Rotary
Foundation, the Harry S. Truman Foundation, and the Barry
M. Goldwater Scholarship Program. In addition, two graduates
have been awarded Teaching Assistantships, another has
received a Wellesley-Yenching Fellowship, and one graduate
has been named to a translator's position in the National
Palace Museum, Taiwan.
Celia Elaine Rothenberg, a History major, has won the
coveted British Marshall Fellowship for graduate studies in
the United Kingdom. Pilar Antonia Gonzalez-Doupe, who
majored in both French and Psychology, has been awarded a
Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for foreign research and travel.
Amy Elizabeth Battles, a Physics major has won a National
Science Foundation Fellowship to Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Sarah Elizabeth Harrell, a double major in Greek
and Latin, has accepted a Jacob Javits Fellowship for
graduate studies in the humanities. Harrell was also awarded
a Rotary Fellowship for graduate study at Oxford University.
Katherine Ann 'Bedard, a double major in Philosophy and
Physics, is also the recipient of a Jacob Javits Fellowship.
Catherine Gail Sheehan, a Political Science major, has
won a Harry S. Truman Scholarship (announced in 1989) and
Melissa Ann Noy, a double major in Chinese and Economics,
has been awarded a position as translator in the National
Palace Museum in Taiwan.
Moninder Kaur Puri, a double major in Economics and
German Studies, has been awarded a Padagogischer
Austauschdienst (Pedagogic Exchange Service) Teaching
Assistantship in Germany and Tina Maria Ravinis, a double
major in Economics and German, was awarded a Teaching
Assistantship in Austria by the Austrian Ministry of
Sarah Margaret Shealy, a Chinese Studies major, has
accepted a two-year teaching fellowship in Hongkong awarded
by the Wellesley-Yenching Fellowship Program. She was also
awarded a Rotary Fellowship.
Grace Sumi Kawanishi, a Physics major, won a Barry M.
Goldwater Scholarship in 1986, carrying with it the
distinction of being awarded in the first year of its