Three receive Sachs Scholarships
Princeton seniors Becca Keener and Shannon Osaka have received Sachs Scholarships, one of the highest awards given to undergraduates at the University. The scholarship is intended to enlarge each recipient’s experience of the world by providing the opportunity to study, work or travel abroad after graduation. Keener will pursue a master’s degree focusing on global Europe: culture and conflict at the London School of Economics. Osaka will study for a master’s in nature, society and environmental governance at Worcester College, Oxford.
For the first time this year, a Sachs Scholarship is being given for one year of study at Princeton. The award goes to Holly Muir, who graduated from Oxford in June. She will come to Princeton as a visiting student in the Graduate School, and will pursue study in the English department and the creative writing program.
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