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Five Cornell students receive prestigious fellowships for study in Germany

Five students will spend the 2008-09 academic year studying in Germany as a result of winning prestigious fellowships from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and the Cornell/Heidelberg Exchange. Herbert Deinert, professor emeritus of German studies, administers the programs on behalf of the university.

Three students won DAAD grants, which cover air travel, tuition and fees and monthly stipends:

Two students are Cornell/Heidelberg Exchange Fellowship recipients and will spend the year at the University of Heidelberg, Germany's oldest university. The fellowships cover tuition and fees and monthly stipends:

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