Christopher Griffin (SFS ’02) Christopher Griffin, a major in International Political Economy in the School of Foreign Service, was a John Carroll Scholar. Chris was the first student selected as the John Carroll Program Chair and was responsible for spearheading a number of academic programs. Chris was awarded the Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship as a Junior in 2001. Chris is in his second year at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he is completing the MPhil in Economics.
Courtney Peterson (COL ’02) Courtney Peterson, a physics and biology major, was a Clare Boothe Luce, Barry M. Goldwater, and two-time Howard Hughes Scholar. She has conducted research in biology, physics, and astronomy and has been a co-author on several publications. For the past three years, Courtney has been heavily involved in the Journal of Young Investigators, Inc. (JYI: www.jyi.org) an international, student-run, non-profit organization that seeks to improve science literacy and to provide a variety of science training programs for undergraduate students.
Kateri DuBay (COL ’02) Kateri, a Biochemistry major and Theology minor was a John Carroll Scholar. She was awarded a one-year fellowship for post-graduate study at the University of Cambridge through the Gates Cambridge Scholars Program. Kateri was one of 150 students selected worldwide and the first Georgetown University student to receive the honor. After a year at Cambridge, Kateri plans to enroll in a doctoral program in chemistry in the fall 2003.
Lindsay Oishi (COL ’03) Lindsay, a junior in the College, was one of 20 winners of the 2002 Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarships. Lindsay is a native of Honolulu, Hawaii. She is majoring in Philosophy and Japanese with minors in Cognitive Science and History. Upon graduation, Lindsay plans to attend graduate school and study philosophy or enroll in a joint J.D./Ph.D. program. The award includes $30,000 for graduate school plus $2,000 prior to entering graduate school.
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships in Humanistic Studies
Nathaniel Hansen (COL ’00) Nathaniel, a Philosophy major and Art History minor in the College, graduated in May 2000. As a John Carroll Scholar, Nat served as co-Chair of the John Carroll Committee for Improvement of the Intellectual Life Speech Series. Nathaniel was awarded the Allbritton Scholarship and is completing a B.A. at Brasenose College. He plans to pursue a Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.
Lori Khatchadourian (COL ’97) Lori, a Classics and Government major in the College, graduated in May 1997. Lori spent the spring semester of her junior year studying at the American University of Armenia. Lori will use her Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities to pursue a Ph.D. in Art History.
Elizabeth Hutcheon (COL ’02) Elizabeth, an English major with concentration in Classical Languages in the College, studied at Trinity College in Dublin during her junior year. Theater has been one of her interests and during the 2001-2002 academic year, she produced a major theatrical production Death and the Maiden. Elizabeth will pursue studies in literature at St. Cross College, Oxford.
Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship
Ben Cote (COL ’05) Ben is currently a third-year Mathematics and Political Economy major. He is active on the Georgetown campus as a research assistant and as a spokesman for rape and violence education and prevention. He hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics after graduation, teach, and begin a career in politics.
Arsalan Suleman (SFS ’03) With a major in International Politics, a concentration in Security Studies, and a certificate in Islam and Muslim-Christian Understanding, Arsalan graduated magna cum laude from the SFS in 2003. After winning the Mitchell Scholarship, Arsalan enrolled in Trinity College, Dublin, where he is currently completing his year while reading for a MPhil in International Peace Studies. Hoping to enter law school upon his return, Arsalan intends to combine a study of International Law with his International Politics and Peace Studies background.