UCL Marshall Scholarships
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at University College London (UCL) and will be for up to two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a UCL Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at UCL.
The following information is taken from the UCL website:
UCL was the first university to be established in England after Oxford and Cambridge, to provide a progressive alternative to those institutions' social exclusivity, religious restrictions and academic constraints. UCL was thus the first university in England to admit students of any race, class or religion, and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. There were students from outside London, and from overseas, right from the start. UCL was the first English university to offer the systematic teaching of law, architecture and medicine.
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US University: University of Montana - Missoula
Hilary Martens, a Missoula native, will graduate from the University of Montana-Missoula in May 2008, with B.A. degrees in physics and music and a minor in mathematics. A 2006 Goldwater Scholar, Hilary studies ions in Saturn's magnetosphere with the international Cassini/Huygens Mission. In summer 2005, she interned at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory in England. Named one of Glamour Magazine's "Top Ten College Women" of 2007, Hilary also plays the violin, composes music, competes in marathon canoeing, and raises funds to supply books to schools in developing countries. Hilary will pursue a M.Sc. in Space Science at University College London.
US University: Harvard University
A native of Dallas, Texas transplanted to Camarillo, California, Emma Wu will graduate from Harvard University with a B.A. in linguistics. Her thesis focuses on theories of cognition as related to language processing in brain-damaged subjects. Emma is a black belt in taekwondo with collegiate, national, and international competition experience. She plans to study experimental psychology and cognitive neuropsychology at University College London.
US University: University of Wisconsin - Madison
Erin Conrad, a native of Eden Prairie, MN, attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied physics, math, and French. Erin has conducted research in condensed matter physics, neutrino astronomy, physical chemistry, neuroradiology, and medical ethics. She has served as an ER volunteer and as a housing counselor, and taught physics at her university's Physics Learning Center. Erin plans to pursue a taught MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health at University College London. She hopes to combine her medical training with training in ethics and health policy to become a physician-ethicist.
US University: Emory University
A native of Luling, Louisiana, Shivani will graduate with a degree in Sociology from Emory University. She is actively involved with Emory's Global Health Institute, policy debate team, and The Vagina Monologues movement. A Dean's Scholar, Shivani has received numerous departmental awards for her research in sociology, water sanitation, and neurology. During her time away from school, she has studied in the UK, Ecuador, and India. In 2009, she co-founded a creative arts-focused NGO, RISE Glocal, to help increase environmental awareness and health education in Ghana and Sierra Leone. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, dancing tango, and boxing.
US University: Princeton University
Samuel Dorison, from Longmeadow, Massachusetts, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Focusing on the intersection of human rights and international security, he previously worked in South Africa as a volunteer teacher and interned at a law firm representing Guantánamo Bay detainees. Sam twice visited Guantánamo to interview detainees, writing his senior thesis on U.S. detention policy and receiving the prize for best thesis on American foreign policy. A recipient of the Spirit of Princeton Award, he enjoys triathlon training, traveling, and cheering for the Red Sox.