National fellowship award recipients from Lawrence University include (clockwise from top left) Hayoung Seo, Margot (Margaret) Wulfsberg, Willa Dworschack, Milou (Emmylou) de Meji, and Meghan Murphy.

Five Lawrence University students have earned nationally competitive fellowships for the 2019-20 academic year.

Two others have earned notable regional fellowship awards.

The national fellowships include:

Milou (Emmylou) de Meij ’19: The Fulbright U.S. Student Program. She will work as an English teaching assistant in Latvia.

Margot (Margaret) Wulfsberg ’19: She was awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese in Changchun, China.

Willa Dworschack ’20: She is the recipient of the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation award in physics and astronomy.

Meghan Murphy ’19: She was awarded the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, and will be doing music explorations with violins and violin-like instruments in five different countries.

Hayoung Seo ’19: The Yenching Academy Fellowship covers a full year of graduate study at Yenching Academy of Peking University in China. She will be pursuing a master’s degree in China Studies, with a focus on Confucianism.

The regional fellowship winners include:

Alex Medina ’21 and Nero Dejno ’21: They received the Graduate School Exploration Fellowship (GSEF) that provides awards for undergraduates at ACM (Associated Colleges of the Midwest) schools, with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It provides undergraduates with mentoring and career development in their junior and senior years, along with an experiential research opportunity with one of the Big 10 research universities courtesy of the Big 10 Academic Alliance.

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