Meaningful Contributions

Karen Sullivan ’86 Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Posted April 25, 2013

Karen Sullivan ’86, professor of romance culture and literature at Bard College, was awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship to support her research on Arthurian romance in the Middle Ages. Sullivan’s current project, The Danger of Romance, will focus on the clash between the historical and religious authors who rejected Arthurian romance during this time and […]

Isabel Montañez ’81 Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship to Study Carbon’s Effect on Ancient Climate Change

Posted October 11, 2011

Isabel Montañez ’81, a professor of geology at the University of California-Davis, was awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship last spring to support her research into ancient climate change. According to the U.C. Davis website, Montañez “uses fossils of animals, plants and soils to study how the climate changed thousands to millions of years ago. Understanding what […]