Congratulations to history major and Douglas Honors College student Sheena Wildes for winning the prestigious Boren Scholarship, in combination with a $3,000 History Department scholarship, a $1,000 Alumni Scholarship, and a $5,000 Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship which will allow her to live and study abroad in St. Petersburg, Russia for the next academic year. "I can barely believe I'll be lucky enough to spend an entire academic year there," Wildes exclaimed when interviewed this month. Let's all wish Sheena "Хорошее Везение" [good luck]!
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Prof. Lacy Ferrell (center) poses with history students and other attendees after her talk.Feb. 14,