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2019 Marshall Forum

On April 11, 2019, the Association of Marshall Scholars hosted the third consecutive Marshall Forum. The event brought together industry executives and CEOs with diplomats, government dignitaries, Marshall Scholars, and…

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2018 US National Public Opinion Survey of Global Strategic Partnerships and Education Diplomacy

This US-UK Relations PUBLIC REPORT summarizes survey research findings from a nationwide public opinion poll conducted by the AMS and Emerson College in November of 2018. The poll surveyed a cross-section of…

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Tangram

Nonclassical Battle of the Bands (Photo Credit: Zen Gisdale) Reylon Yount, 2017 Scholar Tangram London is an incredible city for people who want to become artists. Theatre, visual art, music,…

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Oh the Places We’ll Go

Aaron Solomon, left, in the lab Aaron Solomon, 2017 Scholar Oh the Places We’ll Go  It’s a good thing the Marshall Commission doesn’t background check its applicants as far as…

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‘Real Life’ in the UK

Chris Cantillo, 2018 Scholar ‘Real Life’ in the UK In mid-September of 2018, I really thought the world was my oyster. All I could think about was a year to…

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UK Government announces 2019 Marshall Scholarship winners and largest class in scholarship history

Contact: Josh Stanton British Embassy 202.588.6569 Joshua.stanton@fco.gov.uk UK Government announces 2019 Marshall Scholarship winners and largest class in scholarship history Washington (3 December 2018) – The British Government today unveiled…

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NASA Launch

  2002 Marshall Scholar and NASA Astronaut Anne  C. McClain launches to the International Space Station on December 3rd, 2018 for a six-and-a-half month mission. Lieutenant Colonel Anne McClain serves…

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Blog: Accepting Peak Hours, William Henagan (’17)

When I think back on the last ~13 months I’ve spent in the UK, I think of wandering through London’s parks, of trying strange restaurants in hard-to-reach corners of the…

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Blog: The Squirrel Plays, by Jessica Bickel-Barlow (’16)

The summer began with good news from this side of the Atlantic. On May 26th, Ireland voted to repeal their eighth amendment, which prohibited abortions, making way for the legalization…

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Blog: The Marshall Forum on Innovation by Nick Hartman (’03)

On June 29-30, 2018, nearly 200 Marshall Scholarship alumni and friends gathered at Stanford University for the Marshall Forum on Innovation. The event was hosted by the Association of Marshall Scholars with co-hosts…

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Fireside Chat on Innovation with LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman (1990) and Crisis Text Line CEO Nancy Lublin (1993)

The Marshall Forum on Innovation at Stanford University Friday June 29, 2018 Fireside Chat with LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman (1990) and Crisis Text Line CEO Nancy Lublin (1993) VIDEO ARCHIVE FROM…

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Blog: Life at Oxford, by Bill De La Rosa (’17)

I received my first yellow card on December 2, 2017. It was a frigid Saturday morning in driving rain. St Antony’s College was playing Mansfield Road FC, Oxford’s best postgraduate…

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Blog: Lessons in Remembrance, by Ian O’Grady (’17)

This past November 10, Germany played England at Wembley Stadium, coincidentally or not on the eve of Armistice Day. From just watching on TV, the moment of silence shared by…

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Blog: What We Can Learn from Student Activism, by Devika Ranjan (’17)

When I woke up on the 27th of February, I found that a new construction had been added to the ancient, iconic stone façade of the University of Cambridge: a…

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Blog: 7 Haikus: From Application to Rejection of a Selection of Marshall Scholars, by David Wagner (’17)

Like many of the other scholars in my Marshall class, I had a change of heart about what academic programme I wanted to pursue in my second year of study…

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Blog: As Long As It’s Home, by Alina Utrata (’17)

When I think about Northern Ireland, I think about the first time I landed in Belfast International Airport. A sign welcomed me to the home of the Titanic and to…

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Machine Learning for Policymakers: What it is and why it matters

Machine Learning for Policymakers: What it is and why it matters June 2017 Paper, Ben Buchanan (’13)

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The Human Rights of Women Entrepreneurs

The Human Rights of Women Entrepreneurs June 23, 2017 Commentary on Medium, Reid Hoffman (’90)

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The Marshall Plan and the value of enlightened self-interest

The Marshall Plan and the value of enlightened self-interest June 6, 2017 Commentary in Syracuse, Rachel May (’78)

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An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan

An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan June 5, 2017 Op-ed in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff (’95)

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