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John S. Toll Fellows

Fellows

As second-semester sophomores, accomplished apprentices may be invited to become John Toll Fellows, entitled to receive additional funding to support research under the direct supervision of a faculty mentor.

These fellowships provide funding to undergraduate majors in the sciences and mathematics who are engaged in campus-based research projects under the direct supervision of a faculty mentor. Such projects may occur during the academic year or in conjunction with the College’s ten-week summer research program. The Fellows, in collaboration with their faculty mentors, determine the nature of the research and receive funding to help support acquisition of equipment and supplies needed for the project. Fellows who are selected to participate in the summer program also receive a stipend of $3,000 and a housing allowance.

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2012 John S. Toll Fellows

  • Ian Barry *
  • Tyler Brice
  • Jimmy Comotto
  • Clair Donald
  • George Essing
  • Rodney Everett *
  • Michael Giroux *
  • W. Michael Haas
  • Amanda Hall
  • Samuel Hartman *
  • Edward Hobbs *
  • William Hurst *
  • Allison Kirkpatrick
  • Lindsey Robeson
  • Emily Sahadeo *
  • Aaron Selestock *
  • Abigail Thomas *
  • Katherine Thornton *
  • Lauren White
  • Kristin Wille
  • Brian Zohorsky

Hodson Science Fellows

  • Emily Harris
  • Kelly Kunsch
  • Gregory Lee

Summer 2011 Research Fellows

  • Emily Broomell **
  • Gary Fenstamaker *
  • Sarah Franklin **
  • Diane Hagmann *
  • Sean Harrison **
  • Virginia Long **
  • Benjamin Longwell **
  • Hanna O’Malley **
  • Eshan Patel **
  • Victoria Ruff
  • Matthew Streeter
  • Jordan Tryhubenko **
  • Sarah Tursi **

* Hodson Science Scholar

** A member of Sigma Xi