By the Numbers
Fellowships, grants and scholarships by the numbers
As of June 12, 2012
number of major programs through which Whitman students and alumni can earn fellowships, grants and scholarships.
number of programs through which students and alumni have earned fellowships, grants and scholarships.
total number of fellowships, grants and scholarships students and alumni earned between 1967 and 2006.
total number of fellowships, grants and scholarships students and alumni earned between 2007 and 2012.
number of students and alumni who earned Fulbrights in 2011-12. Whitties earned five Fulbrights in 2010-11.
rank among four-year institutions in terms of how many Fulbrights students and alumni earned in 2010-11.
total number of Fulbrights earned by Whitman students and alumni.
number of appointments students made with the Office of Fellowships and Grants in 2011-12.
number of applications for awards students and alumni submitted with help from the Office of Fellowships and Grants in 2011-12.
Selected fellowships, grants and scholarships 2011-2012
Zach Duffy ’12 (“Recovering A Lost Generation: How Nations Help Unemployed Youth Into The Workforce,” independent travel and study in Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore, Switzerland, Germany, United Kingdom)
Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Patricia Vanderbilt ’12 (India, English teaching assistantship)
Alex Miller ’10 (Nepal, research)
Kayla Foster ’12 (Germany, English teaching assistantship)
Mackenzie Gerringer ’12 (Germany, English teaching assistantship)
Jessica Salvador ’07 (Turkey, English teaching assistantship)
Seth Bergeson ’10 (Bosnia-Herzegovina, English teaching assistantship)
Matt Hanson ’12 (New Zealand, research)
Stefan Wheat ’12 (alternate, Panama, research)
Sara Rasmussen ’12 (alternate, Germany, English teaching assistantship)
Killam Fellowship (through Fulbright Canada)
Jay Barlow ’14 (independent study, University of Alberta)
Gabriella Friedman ’13
Dieter Brandner ’13
Hannah Siano ’13
DMI Scholars Program
Sean Mulloy ’14 (summer policy institute, New York)
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)
Caitlin Hardee ’12 (InternXchange Program fellow and intern, International Center for Journalism, Freie Universität, Berlin)
Kevin Dyer ’13 (Summer Study Grant)
Karah Kemmerly ’14 (Undergraduate Scholarship, University of Freiburg)
Lantos/HIA Congressional Fellowship
Seth Bergeson ’10 (appointment to office of U.S. Rep. Jim McDermott)
Luce Scholars Program
Samuel Clark ’07 (national finalist for 2012-13 award competition)
Princeton in Latin America Fellowship
Josh Meuth Alldredge ’11 (communications, Asociación Pro Arte y Cultura, Bolivia)
Princeton in Asia Fellowship
Hannah Joseph ’12 (English teaching assistantship, Nan, Thailand)
Davis Projects for Peace
Jeremy Norden ’12 (“Building Community and Ultimate Peace,” Colombia)
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF/NIST)
Nathan Abrams ’13 (research in Physical Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md.)
Roosevelt Institute Fellowship
Ahren Stroming ’14 (Chicago institute)
Bosch Foundation Fellowship
Jaimes Valdez ’03 (professional development program, Germany)