Current Students

Students Receive CRF Research Grants and Awards

The Center for Research on Families has announced its Spring 2015 Research Grant and Award Recipients. Sixteen talented students, two of whom are SBS students, received awards in six categories to support family research for a total of nearly $50,000 awarded.

Scholarship Sends Student to Czech Republic

Devan Carr ’16 (political science/public health/history) spent her fall semester exploring all the Czech Republic has to offer; an opportunity otherwise inconceivable had she not been granted the Ansin Study Abroad Fellowship.

Feel Good Friday: Multi-Generational Minutemen

Sïonan Barrett ’16 (journalism) has made a name for herself on campus; in fact, she comes from a family of Minutemen who have made just as much of an impact.

Study Abroad Experience Made Possible by Ansin Scholarship

“My experience was truly life changing,” says Alyssa Lark ’16 (communication). “I was able to travel to 9 different countries and I met so many remarkable people along the way. I am beyond grateful for having received this fellowship. I had the time of my life!”

Senior Secures Internship with NBC Nightly News

“Journalism is an excellent outlet to tell stories and I believe journalists have the responsibility to be the voice of the voiceless,” says Daniel Rodriguez ’15 (journalism/political science).

Student Research Spotlight: Samantha Schenck

“CRF has helped me tremendously this year. It has allowed me the time to pursue my own research full time. I have been able to take time off from my Research Assistantship. By supporting my family and me, CRF has given me a chance to hopefully help other families.” - Samantha Schenck, PhD Candidate.

Anthropology and Scholarships Helped Senior Find His Way

Justin Batista ‘15 (anthropology), who attended the Total Archaeology at Tel Akko project two seasons in a row thanks to SBS Scholarships, says his UMass experience would not have been the same without the opportunity. 

Student Research Spotlight: CRF's 2014 Cohort

The Center for Research on Families provides research support to graduate and undergraduate students through scholarships and fellowships. CRF's current student researchers are conducting research on a variety of SBS related topics.

Scholarship Allows Senior to Pursue Thesis Research

“Be self-directed and shape your education the way you want,” advises Kelly Donovan ’15 (political science/BDIC, Peace and Conflict Studies), recipient of a 2014 Dean’s Opportunity Fund Scholarship.

Senior Sees Future Through Internship Experience

With the help of the Scott J. Bacherman Internship Award, Mackenzie Maynard '15 (communication) has been able to work as an intern at ABC 40 Springfield.

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