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2018/06 The Sunflower Initiative Quarterly

    June 2018   Meet Ariana Carranza   Our 2018 Fitzgerald Scholar We are pleased to introduce Ariana Carranza of Palo Alto, California, who will attend Barnard College as the 2018 Harriet Fitzgerald Scholar.  Ariana emigrated with her parents from Peru when she was nine. She is a first-generation college student and is now […]

2018/02 The Sunflower Initiative Quarterly

    February, 2018 In this issue, we share with you a tribute to Nora Kizer Bell ’62 written by her classmate Perry Carter Craven. Nora was an outspoken advocate for women’s colleges in both her research and her career.  Our first Fitzgerald Scholar, Aastha Sharma, graduated summa cum laude from Wesleyan College, where Nora […]

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2017/11 The Sunflower Initiative Quarterly

  November 2017 Women We Have Known:   Carolyn Bell  Remembers Jan Hullum Shirley Strickland, my senior colleague and sister R-MWC alumna, was excited about the new hire in sociology-anthropology.  “Her name is Jan Hullum,” Shirley told me.  “You’ll like her.”   Shirley’s prophecy proved to be an understatement.   As Shirley knew, Jan and I […]

2017/05 The Sunflower Initiative Quarterly

  The Sunflower Initiative Quarterly July 2017   Our Harriet Fitzgerald Scholars In addition to maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA, our returning scholars submit a letter of support from a faculty member and an essay detailing their experiences during the year, future plans for summer, and plans for the next academic year. We know you […]

2017/05 Special to TSI Supporters

  Special to TSI Supporters The Sunflower Initiative is proud to announce that Maggie Micklo of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, is the recipient of the 2017 Harriet Fitzgerald Scholarship. Maggie will enroll at Mt. Holyoke College in the fall.  In addition to taking demanding academic courses and producing a stellar high school record, Maggie was Senior […]