Fenwick Scholar Program

Fenwick Scholar Program

 
The Fenwick Scholar Program provides one of the highest academic honors the College bestows. From among third-year students nominated by their major departments, the Fenwick Selection Committee, which includes the President of the College, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, selects the student(s) most worthy of this unique academic opportunity. The Scholar designs, with one or more advisors, a program of independent research or a project that will in effect be his or her entire curriculum for the senior year. Projects are expected to complete the Fenwick Scholar's undergraduate education in the most challenging, creative, and meaningful way. At the end of the fourth year, the Fenwick Scholar is required to give a public presentation to the College community, and to present an appropriate record of this achievement to the College library.

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Theses from 2015

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Identities and Experiences of the Transplanted Self: How Recipients Manage the Risk of Organ Transplantation, Nicholas R. Cormier

Theses from 2006

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From Court to Collar: Post-Elizabethan Poetics and the Submissive Stance, Timothy J. Duffy

Theses from 2004

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Beginning Reading Instruction in Massachusetts Public Schools: Research, Policy, and Teachers' Knowledge and Beliefs, Shayne B. Piasta

Theses from 2000

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Sound, Structure, and Meaning: Text and Music in Balinese Shadow Theatre, Bethany Collier

Theses from 1996

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James Joyce and His Other Language: the "abnihilization of the etym", Lisa J. Fluet '96

Theses from 1994

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Hippocratic Pharmaology: Investigations into the Theoretical Assumptions and Function of Drug Therapy in the Corpus Hippocraticum, Edward G. Soltesz '94

Theses from 1993

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Living in a Disenchanted World, John Margiotta

Theses from 1990

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Signs of Culture: Deafness in Nineteenth-Century America, Rebecca A. Rourke '90

Theses from 1989

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Dance as Religious Experience, Christine S. Freemer

Theses from 1988

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Riemann Surfaces: Distribution of Weierstrass Points on Nodal Curves of Genus 2, Kathryn A. Furio '88

Theses from 1983

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Valley at Dusk, Gary J. Gala '83

Theses from 1980

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American Revival Songs, 1820-1850: The Christian Lyre and Spiritual Songs for Social Worship, Paula M. Kane '80

Theses from 1977

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Investigation into the Sex Pheromones of Two Species of Flies: Sarcophaga Bullata and Musca Domestica, F. Joseph Germino '77

Theses from 1974

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Oxygen Consumption by Acrylamide Polymerization for Rapid Screening of Chemotherapeutic Agents, Richard A. Johnson '74

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Three Papers in Mathematical Logic, Henry P. Miranda '74

Theses from 1973

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A Study of the Connotations and Meanings of the Greek Word [Philos] and Its Cognates in the Works of Homer, Hesiod and Selected Lyric Poets, Brian W. Hattery '73

Theses from 1972

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Sophocles in the Age of Goethe: An Analysis of Sophoclean Influence in the Klassik-Romantik Era, Edward J. Vodoklys '72

Theses from 1970

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The Attitude of William Wilberforce and the Evangelicals Toward the Reform of Working-Class Conditions in Early Nineteenth-Century England, James J. Dorey '70