A Truman Scholar. Two Watson Fellows. A Goldwater, a Gates-Cambridge, a DAAD, and 15 Fulbright winners. These are just some of the honors bestowed on Williams students and alumni this year. The fellowships and prizes will make it possible for students to continue the exploration of ideas, perspectives, and cultures that began during their time at Williams. They’ll pursue research projects and graduate study in areas as diverse as they are–Middle Eastern politics; race, identity, and masculinity through an artistic lens; environmental science; number theory; law and tax policy–in destinations close to home and around the world.
In addition to advising students who are applying for national fellowships, the Fellowships Office administers fellowships funded by Williams to support a student’s academic, creative, and personal growth. All application instructions and criteria can be found on the Fellowships GLOW site. For inquiries, contact Lynn Chick, Fellowships Coordinator.
Click the dots on the map to see each student’s profile. Zoom in to see close concentrations (e.g. Cambridge, New York City) in more detail. Several Fellows travel to multiple locations.
The following map highlights students who have been awarded fellowships funded by Williams College.