This summer, I am working in the Laboratoire Psychologie de Perception within Université Paris Descartes. Alongside my labwork, however, I am enjoying exploring the unique artwork that Paris has to offer. In fact, I recently made it my goal to visit every art museum in the city of Paris– there are over 40, varying in size.
Princeton University senior Sonya Hayden has been awarded a Witherspoon Scholarship to study theater at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Established last spring, the scholarship honors the historic ties between Princeton and Edinburgh, highlighting the role of John Witherspoon at both institutions, and is awarded annually to a Princeton senior. Hayden is expected to begin her studies at Edinburgh in September.
Two Princeton sophomores have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to study critical languages during the summer of 2016. Coy Ozias, of Christiansburg, Virginia, is a Near Eastern studies major. He will study Arabic in Meknes, Morocco. Jennifer Silver, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, is a religion major. She will study Indonesian in Malang, Indonesia.