WOLFSON COLLEGE OXFORDMARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in the humanities at either Masters or Doctoral level at Wolfson College, University of Oxford and will be for two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded an Wolfson Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at Wolfson College, Oxford only.
The following is taken from Wolfson College website:
Wolfson is the largest graduate college in Oxford. Our diverse student body has a wide spread of disciplines and nationalities. The College is both traditional and unconventional, forward thinking and friendly.
Why Choose Wolfson?
For the Wolfson website please visit: http://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk
US University: Columbia University
Anna Feuer, from Los Angeles, will graduate Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University with a BA in English. Anna's academic work focuses on colonial and postcolonial literature and history. She studies Hindi and Urdu and spent a semester abroad in Hyderabad, India. As a Richmond B. Williams Fellow, she traveled to Dublin, Ireland to study the literary relationship of Ireland and India in the early 20th century. Anna edits the Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism and writes for Columbia's weekly magazine. She plans to read for an MSt in Global and Imperial History and an MSt in English at Oxford.
US University: Yale University
Sophia Veltfort, from New York City, will graduate from Yale University as an English major in the Writing Concentration. Her writing has co-won Yale's Wright Prize, placed as finalist in the Norman Mailer College Writing Awards, and been accepted for publication in the Harvard Review. She has interned at Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Human Rights Watch, and the Program for Imaging and Cognitive Sciences at the Columbia University Medical Center. In the U.K., she will investigate the evolution of portrayals of consciousness in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature. During her first year, she will study English (1900-Present) at Oxford.
US University: Princeton University
Jake Nebel, of Winter Park, FL, will graduate Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton with an AB in Philosophy and a certificate in Values and Public Life. His research has focused on our understanding of the good, the nature of obligation, and our duties to future generations. Passionate about philosophy's contribution to moral progress, Jake has worked with international organizations dedicated to reducing global poverty, preventing catastrophic risks, and promoting high-impact ethical careers. He is a curriculum director at the nation's largest institute for Lincoln-Douglas debate, and the Harvard National Invitational named its championship trophy in his honor. He served as president of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and has been to five Phish concerts. Jake plans to read for the BPhil at Oxford.