Princeton Weekly Bulletin   May 8, 2006, Vol. 95, No. 26   search   prev   next

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Princeton selected as home for NSF center on sensor technology
Communiversity 2006

Four honored for their work mentoring graduate students
Diversity rises in Graduate School applications
Albright, Breyer share experiences
Q&A with Robert Wuthnow

Through images and words, Dale winner will explore Old West
Sophomores win Dale Summer Awards
Spotlight, briefs

Nassau notes
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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Sophomores win Dale Summer Awards

Princeton NJ — Eight sophomores are winners of this year’s Dale Summer Awards, which provide a $4,000 stipend to pursue a summer project not connected to their academic coursework. The recipients and the titles of their projects are:

• Kathryn Andersen, “Slow Food: Preserving Local Culinary Traditions and Protecting Small Farmers.”

• Chris Arp, “Aboriginal Theater.”

• Willem Boning, “Origamic Architecture Through India.”

• Vera Kiss, “Music and Dance as Keys to Brazil.”

• Laurel Lathrop, “Ficciones: An American Writer in Mexico.”

• Samuel Stewart-Halevy, “Tracking Vitruvius: The Nexus of Architecture and Classics.”

• Carolyn Ureña, “Let Us Now Praise … Our Fathers that Begat Us.”

• Flora Wu, “Threading History: The Quilts of Gee’s Bend.”