Congratulations to Jarvis Benson, Jaz Brisack, John Chappell, Chinelo Ibekwe, and Marisa Kutchma! Benson, Brisack, and Chappell have been named Rhodes Scholarship finalists, Brisack and Kutchma have been named Marshall Scholarship finalists, and Ibekwe has been named a finalist for the 2018 Rhodes West Africa Scholarship! Grenada, MS native Jarvis Benson is studying international studies and […]
On September 5, UM Stamps Scholars dined with Chancellor and First Lady Vitter, Provost Wilkin, SMBHC Dean Douglass Sullivan-González, and ONSA Director Tim Dolan. The Stamps Scholarship is the most generous, full-ride scholarship package at the University of Mississippi and is made possible by the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation.
Ainsley Ash (SMBHC 21), a freshman from Meridian, Mississippi is the first University of Mississippi student to participate in a Fulbright Summer Institute. This highly selective program chooses college freshmen or sophomores from the United States to study at select colleges in the United Kingdom. In a month-long seminar called Education for Transformation at Queen’s […]
SMBHC students Jarvis Benson, Jaz Brisack, and Allen Coon are Truman Scholarship Finalists! They will now advance to regional interviews in Nashville on March 13. The final selections will be announced on April 18. Jarvis is from Grenada, Mississippi and is an International Studies and Spanish major who plans to obtain a Master of Science […]
Thanks to Chancellor and Mrs. Vitter’s hospitality to some of UM’s brightest minds! #stampsscholars Photo by Bill Dabney
Croft and SMBHC seniors Madeleine Achgill and James DeMarshall have been named 2017 Boren Scholars and will be studying in China next year. Congratulations to Madeleine and James! Boren Awards provide funding for U.S. students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad, including […]
SMBHC senior Olivia Davis has been awarded a 2017 Fulbright US Student Program English Teaching Assistantship to Greece. Olivia was born in Montgomery, Alabama, but grew up in different cities and states throughout the south and went to high school in Jackson, Mississippi. She will graduate this May with a bachelor’s degree in English, with […]