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Achievements 02-03









Student Achievements
2002-2003

Grigoris Argeros, Ph.D. student in Sociology & Anthropology, presented his paper entitled, "Residential Segregation in NYC, 1980-2000" at the Eastern Sociological Society Conference in Philadelphia.

Geralynn Batista, Ph.D. student in Economics, has received a Summer Fellowship from the American Institute for Economics Research.

Patrick Boggs, Ph.D. student in Political Science, was named to the Fordham Chapter of Pi Sigman Alpha in April 2003.

Julian de Zela, M.A. student in the International Political Economy & Development program was a Finalist for the United States Presidential Management Internship.

Craig Dreves, M.A. student in the International Political Economy & Development program, was awarded a United States Foreign Service Officer Appointment.

Caroline Dunn, Ph.D. student in History, presented her paper ""She was Raveshid Ayens Hyr Wel. Whatsoever She Sey': Consenting Daughters, Threatened Fathers, and the Ravishment of Women in Late Medieval England" at the New York City Doctoral Consortium in Medieval Studies.

Caroline Dunn, Ph.D. student in History, presented her paper "Damsels in Distress or Partners in Crime?: The Abuction of Women in Later Medieval England" at the North American Conference for British Studies Mid-Atlantic Meeting at Rutgers University.

Caroline Dunn, Ph.D. student in History, has received a Medieval Academy of America Dissertation Grant.

Caroline Dunn, Ph.D. student in History, was awarded the Hope Emily Allen Dissertation Grant from the Medieval Academy of America.

Ed Gallagher, Ph.D. student in Sociology & Anthropology, presented his papers "A Bathroom in Brooklyn and a Wood Fence in Wyoming: Showing and Hiding Gender in Media Accounts of High Profile Crimes" and "The Moral and Sensual Attractions of Doing Terrorism: Towards an Understanding of the Suicide Hijackers of September 11,2001" at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology at Chicago.

Ildar Garipzanov, Ph.D. student in History, has received a Fellowship from the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbuttel, Germany.

Sean Lake, Ph.D. student in Classical Languages & Literatures, has received a Fellowship from the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece.

Father Pius Charles Murray, CSS, Ph.D. student in Theology, has written many book reviews on Theology/Religion which have been published in Library Journal, Choice and Catholic Library World.

Amy Peters, Ph.D. student in Philosophy, has received a Summer Fellowship from the Hong Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College.

Roudy Romulus, M.A. student in the International Political Economy & Development program, was a Finalist for the United States Presidential Management Internship.

Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ., Ph.D. student in Theology, had her article "Of Models and Metaphors: The Trinitarian Proposals of Sallie McFague and Elizabeth A. Johnson" published in Theoform 33:2.

Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ., Ph.D. student in Theology, presented her paper "Sin from the Underside: Toward a Feminist Hamartiology" at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of the American Academy of Religion in New Brunswick, NJ.

Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ., Ph.D. student in Theology, had her article "The Power of Divine Presence Toward a Shekhinah Christology" published in Christology: Memory, Inquiry, Practice. Vol. 48 of the Proceedings of the College Theology Society 2002.

Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ., Ph.D. student in Theology, has been made an associate member of the Catholic Theological Society.

Matteo Francesco Segalla, M.A. student in International Political Economic Development program, interned at the Executive Office of the Secretary General of the United Nations.

Joseph Trabbic, Ph.D. student in Philosophy, was awarded the Young Scholars Award from the American Catholic Philosophical Association.

Sara Troster, Ph.D. student in History, has received a Jacob Javits Graduate Fellowship.

Joyce Weil, Ph.D. student in Sociology & Anthropology, presented her paper "Conceptualizing the Oldest Old in the United States: Worldwide Lessons Concerning Issues of Definition, Measurement, Error and Implications" at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociologal Society in Philadelphia.

Joyce Weil, Ph.D. student in Sociology & Anthropology, received a scholarship for the RAND Annual Summer Institute on Demography, Economics, and Epidemiology of Aging, and Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists.

Jessica Wormley, M.Phil. in Theology, has received a Erskine Peters Fellowship in Theology at the University of Notre Dame.

Jessica Wormley, M.Phil. in Theology, has received a Dissertation Fellowship from the Association of Theological Schools Fund for Theological Education.


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