Jere Alexander - received the Animals and Society Institute Fellowship in human-animal relationships which will take place at Duke University this summer

Chante Baker - received the 2009-2010 Mellon Graduate Teaching Fellowship at Spelman College

Samuel "Zeb" Baker - received the Office of Undergraduate Education Program Fellowship (2008-09)

Claire Clarke - received the Excel Award where she was named one of the top 85 public school teachers in the state of Florida by the Foundation for Excellence in Education

Rhea Combs - accepted a $10,000 pre-dissertation Research Fellowship in the Humanities, Lewis & Clark College, Portland

Sheri Davis - accepted to the Center for Science Education's Problem Based Learning Curriculum Fellowship Program working at Carver School of Health Science and Research.  She was also offered an additional fellowship with CSE under the Research in Community Health Fellowship Program working on Cancer Awareness Curriculum and the Carver Photovoice Health Initiative.  She was offered a fellowship with ECIT's Technology, Pedagogy and Curriculum seminar for the Spring 2009 class.  She was accepted to the Environment Leadership Program's Southeast Regional Network Fellows Cohort (2009)

Josef Horacek
- received the $10,000 National Endowment for Humanities Translation Fellowship

Aukje Kluge - received the Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory (SIRE) Fellowship

Manuel Montoya - nominated for a teaching award by Phi Beta Kappa;  received a full fellowship to pay for his membership as a delegate of the British American Project

Brenda Tindal - received the $4,000 Problem Based Learning Across Curriculum Fellowship; $1,000 Travel Scholarship from the Gamma Trust Alumni Board and a $2,500 Summer Graduate Student Assistantship with the Mellon-Mays Fellowship Program

Sarah Toton
- received a Digital Publishing Fellowship with Emory Libraries

Anna Vandenberg - Interdisciplinary Fellowship, Center for Health, Culture and Society (2008-2009)

Betty Woodman - received the OUCP Graduate Fellowship in Internships and Service Learning in Environmental Studies

Haipeng Zhou - received the Mellon Graduate Teaching Fellowship and will be serving at Dillard University;  she received a $2,500 Grant -in-Aid from the Rockefeller Archive Center