Ella Castanier Awarded a Kalorama Fellowship

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Ella Castanier

Ella Castanier (COL’24), History Major and Medical Humanities Minor, and one of our 2021-2022 Research Fellowships recipients, was awarded one of the 2022 Kalorama Summer Research Fellowships, to support her history of medicine project titled, “Checking the Monster Scourge”: Black Healthcare Workers During the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Philadelphia.

The Kalorama Summer Research Fellowships provide an opportunity for Georgetown undergraduates wishing to conduct independent summer research. Administered by the Georgetown Center for Research and Fellowships (CRF), the Kalorama provides $5,000 to successful applicants to design, investigate, and produce an original research project. The research idea must be the student’s own, though students must secure a faculty mentor or supervisor who oversees and supports the research.

Read more about the Kalorama Fellowships.