MAGIC and MAGH News
Graham Pitts and Nathaniel Mathews have been awarded, 2008, David L. Boren Fellowships. Pitts will hold his fellowship in Lebanon, and Mathews will use his award for work in Oman.
The National Security Education Program's (NSEP) David L. Boren Fellowships enable U.S. graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency. NSEP supports students studying languages, cultures, and world regions other than Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Boren Fellowships are intended to support U.S. graduate students who will pursue the study of languages and cultures deemed critical to U.S. national security, and who are highly motivated by the opportunity to work in the federal government.
Lauren Brownlee, MAGIC 2011, continues her teaching at Sidwell Friends School, Washington DC, specializing in Global History.
Brooks Imel, MAGIC 2011, plans to teach secondary school.
Noura Hemady, MAGIC 2011, project coordinator at the American Islamic Congress.
Iram Jabbar, MAGIC 2011, New York Historical Society
Nathaniel Lie Santoso, MAGIC 2011, applying to doctoral programs in East Asian and Southeast Asian History.
Carrie Crawford, MAGIC 2010, begins a doctoral program at Emory University in Atlanta this fall.
Nathaniel Mathews, 2009 MAGIC graduate, began a PhD program at Northwestern University in September 2009.
Evan A. North, 2009 MAGIC graduate, began a PhD program at Georgetown University in September 2009.
Graham Auman Pitts, 2009 MAGIC graduate, began a PhD program at Georgetown University in September 2009.
Elizabeth Bachini, 2008 MAGIC graduate, has worked for the last three years as a program manager at The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA), a non-profit member association and development corporation dedicated to improving business relationships between the US and the nations of Africa.
James Pickett, 2008 MAGIC graduate, began a PhD program at Princeton University in September 2008. At Princeton, Pickett will concentrate in Eurasian history under the direction of Stephen Kotkin.
Many thanks to Jonathan Graham, who has been confirmed as the MAGIC student representative!
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