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12 Feb '14

Swarthmore College Bulletin features Swarthmore's 25-year-old MMUF program in its January 2014 issue. The article, "Talent Scouts," profiles Swat MMUF fellows at all stages of the program, along with past and present coordinators. Read it online here.

23 Jan '14

Princeton University's MMUF program is profiled in the news section of Princeton's website. The article covers the 25-year history of MMUF at Princeton and includes quotations from Princeton coordinators, mentors and fellows (from current undergraduates to veteran PhDs). Read the article here:


15 Jan '14

The MMUF Undergraduate Journal for 2013-2014 has just been published by Harvard University's MMUF program. It features articles by 33 current undergraduate Mellon fellows from across the program.

An electronic copy of the journal can be viewed here. The full list of contributing fellows is below.

Barnard College

Ali Rosa-Salas


Carleton College

David Williams II


17 Dec '13

MMUF PhD LeRhonda (Rhon) Manigault-Bryant (Duke '99) earned tenure at Williams College in December 2013 (see the announcement here). Rhon earned her PhD from Emory University in religion and Africana studies in 2007. Prior to her arrival at Williams in 2011, she taught at Wake Forest University.

16 Dec '13

MMUF PhD Garikai Campbell (Swarthmore '90) was named Provost and Senior Vice President of Morehouse College in July 2013. Dr. Campbell earned his PhD in mathematics from Rutgers University in 1998. Previously he was Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Swarthmore College, where he also served as coordinator of Swarthmore's MMUF program. Congratulations to Garikai!

14 Dec '13

MMUF PhD Neil Roberts (Brown University '98) earned tenure at Williams College in December 2013 (see the announcement here). Neil earned his PhD from the University of Chicago in political science in 2007. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University before his arrival at Williams in 2008.

1 Dec '13

MMUF PhD Patrice Rankine (Brooklyn College '92) has been named dean for the arts and humanities at Hope College. Patrice previously served as assistant head of the School of Languages and Cultures and director of the Interdisciplinary  Program in Classics at Purdue University, where he has taught for the last 15 years, following his completion of a PhD in classical literature from Yale University in 1998. Patrice will also serve as a professor of classics at Hope College.

20 Aug '13

Beasts of No Nation, the debut novel of MMUF fellow Uzodinma Iweala (Harvard '04), will be adapted into a film starring Idris Elba and directed by Cary Fukunaga. Beasts of No Nation, which was published in 2005 and became a New York Times bestseller, tells the story of Agu, a young boy who is forced to become a child soldier during a period of civil war in his unnamed West African homeland. Read more about the film adaptation here.

1 Aug '13

MMUF PhD Ben Vinson (Dartmouth '92) has been named the Dean of Columbian College at George Washington University, effective August 1, 2013. Columbian College is GWU's largest and oldest school, with an enrollment of over 5,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students. Ben earned his PhD from Columbia University in history in 1998, after which he taught at Barnard College and Penn State University.