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Klein receives Fulbright

March 30, 2010

Senior Adrienne Klein is a Fulbright finalist . She received the grant to research her project Impact of Forensic Anthropology on the Human Rights Movement in Argentina. Pending the finalization of health forms and a background check, Adrienne plans to use her Fulbright to travel to Argentina in March or June of 2011. The Fulbright award is a highly coveted scholarship given annually by the U.S. Department of State to support student projects and academic endeavors abroad. The Fulbright student scholarship, which was named after Senator J. William Fulbright, is intended for recent bachelor’s degree recipients, and master’s and doctoral candidates, as well as young professionals and artists. Smith College has exceeded the 100 mark in the number of Fulbright Fellowships garnered in the nine years 2001–10 since establishing its Fellowships Program.

A HUGE Congratulations goes out to Adrienne. WE are so PROUD of you!

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