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PIRE student honors and distinctions

Several CLS have received honors or distinctions:

PIRE undergraduate fellow Emma Hance has been selected as 2014 Teach for America corps member. 

PIRE graduate fellow Courtney Johnson-Fowler received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, a Language Learning dissertation support grant, and a Fulbright fellowship to Austria for 2014-2015.

PIRE undergraduate fellow Brendan Tomoschuk has received the 2014 Center for Global Studies Thesis Prize for the PIRE research reported in his honors thesis. 

PIRE undergraduate fellow Kaylee Roupas received a Fulbright teaching assistantship to Romania for 2014-15.

PIRE Undergraduate fellow Leah Pappas has been selected into the TAPIF program to teach in French Guyana in 2014-15.