US-UK Fulbright Commission

The US-UK Fulbright Commission has announced the following awards for study in the UK in 1994/5 to the following US graduate students:

C. Barry (Tufts University), LSE, International Relations; J. Bird (University of Pennsylvania), Queen's College, Oxford, History; S. Bucking (SUNY/Empire State College), Trinity College, Cambridge, Classics; D. Christensen (University of California, Berkeley), Trinity College, Cambridge International Relations; C. Decker (Yale University), Trinity College, Cambridge, English Literature; C. Denault (University of Iowa), University of Kent at Canterbury, International Relations; B. Eggleston (Washington and Lee University), Edinburgh University, Philosophy; J. Friedman (Vassar College), Merton College, Oxford, Mathematics/ Philosophy; DW Godfrey (Yale University), Edinburgh College of Art, Sculpture; K. Grant (University of California, Berkeley), King's College London, History; B. Gray (School of Art Institute of Chicago), British Film Institute, Cinema and Television; S. Gubser (Princeton University), St John's College, Cambridge, Physics; M. Hagle (Yale School of Music), Maria Curcio Diamand Studio, London, Piano; A. Hall (Yale University), Christ Church, Oxford, Linguistics; C. Jackson (Yale University), National Library Aberystwyth, History; M. K. Jones (Bryn Mawr College), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Public Health; D. Klerman (University of Chicago), Institute of Historical Research, London, History; J. Levin (Stanford University), Nuffield College, Oxford, Economics; P. Lin (University of California, Berkeley), Institute of Historical Research, London, History; C. McHone (University of New Mexico), Salford University, Landscape Architecture; T. Miranowski (Duke University), Christ Church, Oxford, European Studies; D. Ricks (University of Utah), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Medical Sciences; M. Shaffer (Penn State University), Peterhouse, Cambridge, International Relations; T. Thweatt (Northwestern University), Trevor Wye Studio, Flute; T. Tierney (Creighton University), St John's College, Oxford, Physiology; F. Trester (Yale School of Music), tuition with Professor Alexander Goehr, Music Composition; D. Wang (Texas A & M University), University of Kent at Canterbury, English Literature; M. Waxman (Yale University), King's College London, War Studies; S. Wilkens (University of North Carolina, Chaple Hill), LSE, International Relations; P. Williams (Stanford Law School), Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, Law; J. Winn (MIT), Churchill College, Cambridge, Mathematics; B. Wyly (Yale University), Emmanuel College, Cambridge, English Literature; M. Yairi (Illinois University), Peterhouse, Cambridge, Economics; D. Yost (University of California, Santa Cruz), Oxford University, Law. Fulbright Lusk Memorial Scholarship: T. Lotz (Louisiana State University), Royal College of Art, London, Painting.

Pilgrims

The following officers have been re-elected by the Pilgrims for the ensuing year:

President, Lord Carrington; Chairman, Professor Robert M. Worcester; Honorary Secretary, Mr Peter Barton; Honorary Treasurer, Mr P. James Butler; Honorary Chaplain, The Right Rev Dr RD Say. Executive Committee: Lord Astor of Hever.

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