Marshall Scholars 2014: Public University Honors Students Win 8 Awards

Eleven of the 34 Marshall Scholars for 2014 are from public universities.  The Marshall Scholarship is one of the most prestigious in the world, providing full funding for two years of study at major universities in the United Kingdom.  At least eight of the 11 winners from state universities are enrolled in honors colleges or programs.  The most recent list is below:

Shama Ams – Saint John’s University
School of Oriental and African Studies

John ‘Russell’ Beaumont – University of Texas Austin, Plan II Honors/Architecture
University of Manchester

Alyssa Bilinski – Yale University
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Alexander Brammer – United States Military Academy
University of Oxford

Andrew Bulovsky – University of Wisconsin –Madison
London School of Economics and Political Science

Rhaina Cohen – Northwestern University
University of Oxford

Tantum Collins -Yale University
University of Oxford

Patrick Donnan – Auburn University, Honors College, Physics/Music
University of Oxford

Natalia Emanuel – Yale University
University of Oxford

Mailyn Fidler – Stanford University
University of Oxford

Chelsea Glenn – Northwestern University
University of Oxford

Bradford Hackert – United States Air Force Academy
King’s College London

Erin Hylton – University of Maryland – College Park Honors College (also winner of Udall and Boren awards)
Imperial College London

Wei Jia – Stanford University
University of Oxford

Catherine Koch – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Oxford

Dixon Li – Princeton University
Queen Mary, University of London

Brandon Liu – Harvard University
School of Oriental and African Studies

Colleen Loynachan – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Imperial College London

Matthew McMillan – Wheaton College
University of Cambridge

Ahmad Nasir – United States Military Academy
University of Oxford

Mike Norton – University of Arkansas – Fayetteville, Honors College
University of Oxford

Samantha Olyha – Cornell University
University of Oxford

Derek Park – Yale University
University of Oxford

Craig Pearson – Michigan State University, Honors College, also interviewed for a Rhodes Scholarship
University of Cambridge

Rebecca Peters – University of California – Berkeley (also a Truman Scholar in 2013)
University of Manchester

Joana Petrescu – Villanova University
University of Cambridge

Nicholas Picon – Georgia Institute of Technology, Aerospace Engineering
Cranfield University

Madeline Sands – Arizona State University, Barrett Honors College, Anthropology
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Emily Shearer – Cornell University
University of Cambridge

Kirin Sinha – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Cambridge

Phillip Tucciarone – State University of New York – Buffalo, Honors College Chemical and Biological Engineering
University of Oxford

Jacob Wellman – University of New Mexico, Regents Scholar University Honors Program, Economics/Political Science
London School of Economics and Political Science

Anna Wherry – Johns Hopkins University
University of Oxford

Grace Young – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Oxford

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