2002 - 2003

Joseph Allbritton Scholarship

  • Lindsay Oishi (COL '03)
    After winning the Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship as a junior, Lindsay went on to secure an Allbritton Scholarship which she is using to study for a second BA in Psychology, Philosophy & Physiology at Brasenose College, Oxford. She is interested in examining comparative educational methodology in England and Asia, particularly Japan and India, and hopes to relate her studies to a Ph.D. in Philosophy. She would like to become a teacher of Philosophy and an educational administrator back home in Hawaii.

Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship

  • Marc Gersen (SFS '04)
    Marc, a junior in SFS, was awarded the 2003 Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship. A native of Florida, Marc is also a Humane Studies Fellow, a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Economics, active with the Philodemic Debate Society, and a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Fraternity. He plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics after graduating from Georgetown, and he ultimately hopes to become a professor of Economics. The Beinecke Scholarship includes $30,000 for graduate school plus $2,000 prior to entering graduate school.

Healy Scholarship

  • J. Patrick Hornbeck II (COL '03)
    Valedictorian of the 2003 College class, J.P. majored in Theology and Medieval Studies. He is especially interested in medieval and Reformation history, politics, theatre, opera, and contemporary ecclesiastical reform. He won the Healy Scholarship in 2003, along with the Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship. He is currently using both to further his studies at St. Cross College, Oxford, where he is pursuing a Master's Degree in Historical Theology.

Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship

  • Dorothy Fink (NHS '03)
    A Health Sciences and Biochemistry major, Dorothy was the only undergraduate ever to have made an oral presentation at the Midwest Organic Solid State Chemistry Symposium. Focused on serving the community through medicine, she is currently employing the Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship, which offers up to $50,000/year for up to six years, to complete her M.D. in Oncology and Hematology.
  • Carey Gaughan (COL '03)
  • J. Patrick Hornbeck II (COL '03)
    Valedictorian of the 2003 College class, J.P. majored in Theology and Medieval Studies. He is especially interested in medieval and Reformation history, politics, theatre, opera, and contemporary ecclesiastical reform. He won the Healy Scholarship in 2003, along with the Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship. He is currently using both to further his studies at St. Cross College, Oxford, where he is pursuing a Master of Arts Degree in Historical Theology.

Luce Scholarship

  • Flynn Coleman (SFS '03)
    Flynn studied Culture and Politics at Georgetown while earning a Justice and Peace Studies Certificate. The Luce Scholarship Program placed her in the Asian Human Rights Commission in Hong Kong where she works on a variety of issues involving human rights and rule of law in Asia, with frequent trips to Cambodia, where she works on legal reform. Upon her return to the U.S., she would like to pursue a J.D./M.A. in negotiation and conflict resolution.

Rhodes Scholarship

  • Anthony P. House (COL '02)
    A History major and English minor, Anthony was actively involved in GU Pride and Amnesty International at Georgetown University. After graduating Georgetown, Anthony spent a year in the Jesuity Volunteer Coprs. He is currently pursuing a DPhil in Modern History at Oxford University and remains strongly committed to issues relating to queer rights, urban economic development and the urban poor, and the social justice movements within the Catholic Church.