“Named for Secretary of State George C. Marshall, the Marshall Scholarship Program began in 1953 as a gesture of gratitude to the people of the United States for the assistance that the UK received after World War II under the Marshall Plan,” explains the British Governments the origins of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
Fellow Alexis Harrell was selected to be one of the recipients of the 2023 Marshall Scholarship.
The scholarship is intended for the most accomplished undergraduate university students and recent graduates in the United States that will begin graduate studies at universities across the United Kingdom next year.
The Marshall Scholarship program received 951 applications from across the United States. Alexis and the other 39 winners were selected after an intense selection process, the British Government announced.
- To learn more, read the official press release.