Two UCI scholars awarded AAUW Fellowships

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Two UCI scholars, Constance Iloh, assistant professor of education, and Rachel Levine, master of fine arts student, have been awarded fellowships from the American Association of University Women. Iloh received an American Fellowship, which will support her research project, “Exploring the College-Going Decisions and Trajectories of Low-Income Single Mothers of Color.” Levine was a recipient of an International Fellowship, which will support her research on how women are positioned as unreliable narrators or inaccurate witnesses of their own experience, illness or disability. AAUW is one of the world’s oldest leading supporters of graduate women’s education. Since 1888, it has bestowed more than $115 million in fellowships, grants and awards to 13,000 recipients from more than 105 countries to support programs and projects that promote education and equity for women and girls.