Religious Studies M.A. Student Has Her Choice of Ph.D. Programs

Religious Studies M.A. student Sarah Riccardi with her NYU mug!
Religious Studies M.A. student Sarah Riccardi with her NYU mug!

 

Sarah A. Riccardi, who is graduating this May with her M.A. in Religious Studies, was accepted into six Ph.D programs (including a Fulbright to St. Andrews in Scotland!) and has accepted an offer to complete a Ph.D in Sociocultural Anthropology at New York University. In additional to being a MacCraken Fellow, Sarah is also the recipient of the Dean’s Fellowship and a member of the Opportunity Fellowship Program. Her current and future work deals with identity and sensory cultures in American Eastern Orthodox communities.

Sarah graduated with a B.A. in Religious Studies (Honors College) as an Accelerated Masters student and worked as a Graduate Assistant for Dr. Jim Moyer.

Congratulations to Sarah on her many awards and opportunities and for choosing NYU!

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One Response to Religious Studies M.A. Student Has Her Choice of Ph.D. Programs

  1. The Honors College is very proud of you Sarah!