Congratulations to 10 Harvard seniors and alumni who will help make up the Schwarzman Scholars second-ever class. Scholars will study public policy, economics/business, and international studies in Beijing under world-renowned leaders.
Three Harvard College seniors were honored this fall with Marshall Scholarships. Julius Bright Ross ’17, Maille Radford ’17, and Reylon Yount ’16 will be conducting graduate study at institutions across the United Kingdom as part of the prestigious group of incoming Scholars.
Congratulations to Dhruva Bhat ’17, Spencer Dunleavy ’17, Nancy Ko ’17, Maia Silber ’17, and Anthony Wilder Wohns ’16, who have all been named to the incoming class of Rhodes Scholars. All five will study at Oxford for two-three years.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which provides awards for one year of research or English teaching after graduation, has selected 21 Harvard College seniors for their 2016 cohort. Congratulations to all the winners!
The Schwarzman Scholarship will welcome six Harvard College undergraduates and alumni next fall as part of its inaugural class. Scholars will study leadership, public policy, economics and business, and international studies at the new Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Two Harvard College undergraduates were chosen to join the ranks of the prestigious Marshall Scholarships in 2015. Bianca Mulaney and Rebecca Panovka will begin their studies in the United Kingdom in fall 2016.
The Rhodes Scholarships inducted six new members from Harvard College for programs beginning in 2016, with five joining the U.S. Rhodes Scholar class of 32, and 1 Australian Rhodes winner. Congrats to all the winners!