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About the Program
The Mellon Scholars program is a founding member of The PRAXIS Network of Digital Humanities Programs and a member of CenterNet: an International Network of Digital Humanities Centers.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Scholars
Student Profile: Daniel Owens
Q&A with Daniel Owens:
Why did you apply to Mellon Scholars Program?
What have you found most challenging about it?
How do you think your experience in the program has contributed
to your experience at Hope College?
What are your most significant accomplishments as a Mellon
Scholar (i.e., projects, presentations, grants)?
What do you expect to do beyond your time at Hope College?
What advice would you give to a student who is considering
Daniel Owens will present his paper on peacekeeping in Liberia
at the Annual meeting of the Academic Council on the UN System. June
Daniel Owens, as well as Matt Keller, will present "Global History" at the Hope College History Department Colloquium. April 12, 2012.
Daniel Owens, "American Foreign Policy During Periods of System
Daniel Owens, “The Hybridization of Peacekeeping: The United
Nations Mission to Liberia Revisited.” April 13, 2012.
Daniel Owens, "The Hybridization of Peacekeeping: The United
Nations Mission to Liberia Revisited" Accepted by 2012 NCUR,
January 6, 2012
Mellon Scholar Daniel Owens's Research Project Accepted by the 2012
HDC Conference, November 21, 2011
Daniel Owens, "Thabo Mbeki’s African Renaissance: A Transformative
Vision for African Development?," April 15, 2011.