Derry’s Lauren Rever headed to Germany on a Fulbright grant
Rever was recently awarded the coveted post-baccalaureate teaching award given annually to the nation’s best and brightest college students, according to a news release.
As part of the Fulbright grant, she plans to travel to Germany to teach.
chance to combine my two majors at Boston College — history and German — in a really exciting way,” said Rever. “I cannot wait to get back to Germany and explore the culture.”
“I’m nowhere near perfect but it was very nice to realize that I can understand the language,” she said.
While at Boston College, she was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society. She received a summer course grant from the German Academic Exchange Service and completed a History Department honors thesis on popular music in 1950s West Germany.
Boston College Television; and a volunteer with the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston.
Following her Fulbright year, Rever plans to pursue graduate study in historic preservation or museum studies.
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