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Ana Hayes ’17 Receives Thomas W. Smith Fellowship

January 05, 2017

Ana Hayes with Dr. Gerry Milligan

Adding to her long list of impressive accomplishments, Ana Hayes ’17 is the recipient of the Thomas W. Smith fellowship. A CUNY BA and Macaulay Honors College student, Hayes also recently traveled to Berlin, Germany for a two-month internship at the American Citizen Services department in the U.S. Embassy.

Hayes is grateful to, among others, her mentors for the CUNY BA: Peter Kabachnik, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Global Affairs, and Gerry Milligan, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of World Languages and Literatures.

 

 



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