Announcing the 2018-19 Stamps Scholars

DCAL is thrilled to announce the confirmation of the 2018-19 cohort of Dartmouth Stamps Scholars in partnership with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation. These students have been selected from an extremely competitive pool of candidates for their exceptional academic and co-curricular accomplishments as well as exemplary qualities in leadership, perseverance, scholarship, service, and innovation. They join more than 30 current and former Dartmouth Stamps Scholars and 1,000 scholars from 40 Stamps partner institutions around the country. Please join us in congratulating them!

Klara Barbarossa '20
Empathy through brain imaging and virtual reality

Allyson Block '19
The normalization of gun violence in Australia and the US

Connor Bondarchuk '19
HIV treatment adherence in South Africa

Jessica Campanile '20
Communication between healthcare providers and patients with disabilities

Kevin Griffee '19
Healing methods and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Michael John '20
Ethnic tension and political/economic development in the Caribbean

Aaron Lit '19
Marine conservation and fashion design

Hugh Mac Neill '20
Oral history of the Log Cabin Republicans

Evan Morgan '19
Data-driven journalism of the opioid epidemic

Sia Peng '20
Virtual reality and film in ethnographic research

Armin Tavakkoli '20
The neuroscience of PTSD

Sirey Zhang '20
Colonialism and health outcomes in Tanzania

Gabriel Zuckerberg '20
Preserving Romaniote Jewish music