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We’re one month away from Schwarzman Scholars Graduation. Our Admissions team kicks off our countdown by congratulating the sixth cohort on their achievements this year.
The Class of 2022 presented their Capstone projects this week. Congratulations to all of our Scholars on their hard work and success over the past academic year!
Leadership goes beyond titles and positions, it’s how we serve our communities and work towards goals. Join our Chaos to Concept event for guidance on tailoring your unique leadership experiences to your Schwarzman Scholars application. Sign up today.
Exposure to diverse perspectives helps you break away from preconceived notions and expand your worldview. Schwarzman Scholars come from all over the world, bringing their stories with them. When was a time you learned something from a peer that you wouldn’t have known otherwise?
"The program did a phenomenal job at really making sure that we were exposed to thought leaders and professors from both sides.” Watch as Harold Agblonon '21 discusses the exposure he gained from his time as a Schwarzman Scholar:
Our virtual info sessions are a great way to engage with members of the Schwarzman Scholars community and learn how to optimize your application. There are three events in May — be sure to sign up for one today.
Adaya Sturkey (2019) experienced a completely new side of China during her week-long homestay in a rural province for Chinese New Year. The unique cultural immersion deepened her cross-cultural understanding, which proved immensely helpful in her medical school interviews.
“I know that in the future, I have my Schwarzman family to count on for when I run for office.” Elsa Alvarado '20 reflects on the impact Schwarzman Scholars has had on her life and career:
From recent graduates to young professionals, this year’s Scholars represent a diverse range of experiences and backgrounds. Coming from 33 countries and 106 universities, the seventh cohort fosters a creative environment for groundbreaking innovation.
“I think anyone who wants to do something outside of the U.S. is going to have to understand, at least on a basic level, what China is and how it operates. And I think Schwarzman Scholars definitely gave me that.” Benjamin Chi '19 reflects:
Thank you @SchwarzmanOrg for having me share my perspectives on how the program is advancing the future of global leadership today through the cultivation of understanding and building relationships across cultures and geographies. #leadership #innovation
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The application for the Schwarzman Scholars Class of 2023-2024 is now open! Apply today to join the next generation of global leaders. Link here:
Understanding the intricacies of our geopolitical landscape is central to the success of leaders. Anushka Prasad (2018) spent a year with Schwarzman Scholars studying the Chinese economy, political system, and culture – critical knowledge for any international engagement.
“I think I was exposed to new things. I learned new things. I was right in the depths of everything that I wouldn't have gotten to see if I hadn't gone to Schwarzman Scholars.” Juliana Batista '17 reflects on her Scholars experience:
Only one week left before the Schwarzman Scholars application opens. Are you ready to apply? Sign up for an information session to hear from our Admissions Team and Alumni on how to make the most of your application process. Sign up here:
The Schwarzman Scholars campus is an organic incubator for ideas in and out of the classroom. Sometimes, one dinner conversation is all it takes.
The application for the Schwarzman Scholars Class of 2023-2024 cohort opens in just two weeks. Do you have your materials ready? Full list of eligibility requirements here:
Schwarzman Scholars’ capstone projects prepare them to lead the future. For Dunola Oladapo, (2018) that meant leading a more equitable future. Her capstone explored gender equality in China through stories from China’s female leaders.
The Schwarzman Scholars application opens in one month. Join an upcoming info session to hear the admissions team discuss the unique opportunities provided by the program, our selection process & what we’re looking for in qualified candidates. Sign up here
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we sat down with Schwarzman Scholars Executive Director Lara Tiedens to discuss women in leadership. Check out that conversation here:
Thanks to Schwarzman Scholars, Daniel Kilimnik (2019) got the once in-a-lifetime opportunity to join a U.S. congressional delegation on their visit to Beijing. What he gleaned about the future of U.S.-China relations was more eye-opening than any class in diplomacy could’ve been.
From solving humanitarian crises to starting their own companies, there is no such thing as a “traditional” career path for a Schwarzman Scholar, says Julia Zupko, Director of Career Development. Join the next generation of global leaders spearheading global change.
#UTM alumna Habon Ali (HBSc ‘20 @UTM) is another step closer to her goal of achieving global health equity as one of 150 @SchwarzmanOrg scholars. @WXN previously named Habon as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women. 📚 #BHMM#BlackExcellenceeR
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From the Tsinghua campus in Beijing, to Tibet and Mount Everest — Amy Kramer’s (2019) travels as a Schwarzman Scholar gave her the cultural competence and confidence to reach new heights.
“Human systems are immensely complex.” When Sihao Huang '22 arrived at MIT, he began studying physics and engineering. He soon realized, however, that for him the most intriguing systems were found in the social sciences, particularly political science.
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Happy Lunar New Year from Schwarzman Scholars! 新春快乐!
Schwarzman Scholars have so many unique experiences in their year at Tsinghua University. Watch here as they share their personal memories:
The experience of a Schwarzman Scholar continues long after the year spent in Beijing. When you become a Scholar, you enter into a network for life:
Last month, Jeremy Rodrigues (CWR ‘21; GRS ‘21, military ethics) made history as the first @CWRUalumni accepted into the highly competitive @SchwarzmanOrg Scholars leadership program, which takes place on the campus of @Tsinghua_Uni in Beijing. #CWRU
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Congratulations to Fung Fellow alum James Tayali, Health + Tech '18, on being the FIRST EVER Malawian to be named a @SchwarzmanOrg Scholar!
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What makes for a great experience at Schwarzman College? Some of our alumni share their advice on how to make the most of a one year master’s in Beijing:
Congratulations to Clements undergraduate fellow Isabel Ayala on being named to the 2023 class of Schwarzman scholars! #HookEm @UTAustin @LiberalArtsUT @SchwarzmanOrg…
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Congratulations to Stz-Tsung (Stone) Han ’21 and Andrew Ciacci ’20 who were recently recognized by the @SchwarzmanOrg for their exemplary leadership qualities and potential for bridging cultural and political differences.
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Our Scholars and alumni accomplish quite a bit when they’re out in the world. Hear a few of their stories here:
Congratulations to #LEDACareerFellow Salma (@whitmancollege '22) on being named a 2022-2023 @SchwarzmanOrg Scholar! The Schwarzman Scholars program provides a graduate fellowship on the campus of Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. [1/2]
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Best of 2021: Christopher Benos ’22 was named a 2023 Schwarzman Scholar, and will pursue a master’s degree in global affairs at Beijing’s Tsinghua University. @SchwarzmanOrg
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Congratulations to David Shin, a spring '21 graduate of @BoiseStateCOBE with a degree in economics, named a @SchwarzmanOrg Scholar for the class of 2023. Shin is the first #BoiseState student to win this prestigious scholarship. ➡️ #WeAreBroncos
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Congratulations to our @Scimontgomery alumna Sreya Vangara! We are so proud to learn that Sreya is a 2022-23 #SchwarzmanScholar! cc @SchwarzmanOrg…
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A Penn senior and two alumni have received @SchwarzmanOrg Scholarships, which fund a one-year master’s degree in global affairs at @Tsinghua_Uni in Beijing.…
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GW alumna Mikaela Yuchen Wang, BA ‘19, has been named to the newest class of @SchwarzmanOrg Scholars, a prestigious graduate fellowship located at Tsinghua University in Beijing.…
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Congrats to Mikaela Yuchen Wang '22 for being named to the @SchwarzmanOrg Class of 2023. Read more here:…
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Vanderbilt alum Aaron Niederman, BS’20, has been selected for @SchwarzmanOrg, one the world’s most prestigious graduate fellowships. Click to learn about Niederman’s time at Vanderbilt and some of his accomplishments.👇…P
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Congrats to Cadets Aiden Roberts and Caroline Vincent, '22, who were among 151 recipients to receive the prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship for continued academic study following graduation and commissioning in May. Read more about them here:…
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Congratulations to our @SchwarzmanOrg winner, NYU Shanghai senior Xu Jingzhi '22, who has been awarded a full fellowship to pursue a Master’s degree in Global Affairs at @Tsinghua_Uni's Schwarzman College in Beijing. 🙌�…Rpg
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Our alumni make an impact in a variety of fields after graduation. Discover some of them here:
Congratulations to these seniors! In addition to the first participant from @DukeKunshan, the @SchwarzmanOrg selected: ⭐️Jessica Edelson, @DukePoliSci and Visual Media Studies major ⭐️Jessie Xu, @DukeSanford major w/a @DukeEcon minor…
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SPIA senior Amina Ahmad '22 has been named a @SchwarzmanOrg scholar! She will enroll at @Tsinghua_Uni in August 2022 to pursue a master’s degree in global affairs. 🎉�…PV
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Congratulations tp @DukeU's Jessie Xu and Jessica Edelson, and @DukeKunshan's Wanying He for winning the @SchwarzmanOrg scholarships! The program will fund a one-year master's degree in global affairs in Beijing.…
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Congratulations to our newest Schwarzman Scholar, Mayuri Singh! #MontanaState @SchwarzmanOrg
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