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Students earn many prestigious scholarships as year winds down.

This is the time of year when students receive word on many highly-competitive scholarships and fellowships. And, once again, Pomona students have earned many of these prestigious honors:

  • Robert Beahrs '05 has been awarded a Thomas J. Watson Foundation Fellowship, providing $22,000 for one year of independent exploration and travel outside the United States. Beahrs will travel to Russia, Mongolia, India, Quebec, Sardinia, Corsica and Norway to study the role of throat-singing in different cultures. More ...
  • Four Pomona students – Charles S. Hummel, Andrew G. Lytle, Paul J. Robustelli and Alan W. Tarr – are recipients of the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for 2005-06. The scholarship program is designed to encourage outstanding students to pursue careers in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. More ...
  • Angela Nierman '06 is one of just 18 juniors nationwide to be awarded the Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000 for study toward a doctorate in humanities, arts and social sciences. More ...
  • Kameelah Rasheed '06 has received both a Harry S. Truman Foundation Scholarship and a Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship for Students of Color Entering the Teaching Profession, which combined will provide up to $46,000 for graduate school study. More...