January 31, 2011

Fellowship Program Graduates Six Students

Congratulations to our most recent graduates after years of hardwork and dedication:

Keona Ervin
Maureen Ogbaa
Maurice Gattis
N'Goundo Magassa
Erica Jones
Kelly Diggs-Andrews

Keona Katrice Ervin Ph.D. recipient in History 2009 Dissertation Title: A DECENT LIVING OUT OF OUR WORK:  BLACK WOMEN’S LABOR ACTIVISMIN ST. LOUIS,                     1929-45 Maurine Ogonnaya Ogbaa M.F.A. recipient in Writing 2010

Maurice Nathaniel Gattis
Ph.D. recipient in Social Work
2010
Dissertation Title:  PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS OF HOMELESS SEXUAL MINORITY YOUTHS AND THEIR HETEROSEXUAL
                     COUNTERPARTS
N'Goundo Magassa
Ph.D. recipient in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
2010
Dissertation Title: CHARACTERIZATION OF STREPTOLYSIN O AS THE TRANSLOCATOR FOR THECYTOLYSIN-MEDIATED
                    TRANSLOCATION PROCESS IN STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES
Erica Michelle Jones
J.D. recipient in Law
2010

Kelly Diggs-Andrews
Ph.D. Recipient in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
2010
Dissertation Title: BRAIN INSULIN ACTION REGULATES HYPOTHALAMIC GLUCOSE SENSING AND THE
                    COUNTERREGULATORY RESPONSE TO HYPOGLYCEMIA