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Enid Wilson Undergraduate Fellowship

Funding Opportunities

The Enid Wilson Undergraduate Fellowship supports innovative research by undergraduate honors students from any department pursuing work related to women and gender.

    Application materials should include:

    • a three to five page description of your research project
    • a letter of support from your advisor
    • a brief description of how you would use the grant funds, if awarded

    Past Recipients

    • Tabitha Payne ‘20, Development Studies
      Golden Voice
    • Camila Pelsinger ’20, International Relations
      Restorative responses to gender-based violence in the United States & New Zealand
    • Mohammed-Reda Semlani ‘20, Development Studies; Economics
      The economic impact of the Argan tree on the local communities in southwestern Morocco
    • Makedah Hughes ‘19, Comparative Literature
      “Mauve (2010) by Fatou Diome: A Translation Exploration of the Linguistic Constructions of Blackness”
    • Caroline Mulligan ‘19, English and History
      Landdyke Legacies
    • Andy M.T. Pham ‘19, Ethnic Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies
      Pushing for Purity: Conceptions and Consequences of Cleanliness during the US AIDS Epidemic of the 80s and 90s
    • Margot Cohen ’18, International Relations
      Women’s Rights as Human Rights: The Case of Femicide in Chile
    • Emily Sun ’18, Ethnic Studies
      “The Rock Cried Out No Hiding Place”: Subterranean Bodies and Disoriented Space in Women of Color Performance Art
    • Natalie Zeif ’18, Education
      Negotiating Sexuality and School Work in South Florida: Anita Bryant’s Anti-Queer Teacher Movement
    • Camille Garnsey ’17, Latin American Studies and Public Health
      The history of reproductive rights in Cuba
    • Katherine Grusky ’17, History, Latin American Studies
      Digging Below the Surface: Gender and Family Relations in Chilean Copper Mine, El Teniente, 1904-1930
    • Andrea Zhu ’17, Development Studies
      Specter of the Past, Intrusion of the Future: Gender and (Im)mobility at the China-Myanmar Border