Michigan State University has nominated 10 undergraduate students and four alumni for nationally competitive graduate school scholarships: the Churchill Scholarship, the Marshall Scholarship, the Mitchell Scholarship and the Rhodes Scholarship.
A doctoral candidate in the MSU College of Education has been named to the 2021 cohort of National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation fellowships. She was chosen among hundreds of applicants for the prestigious programs, which include funding for research and professional development activities.
Universities, including Michigan State University, boast admission demographics without enough focus on inclusion for their lower-income and first-generation students so they can participate fully in undergraduate life and success.
For the seventh consecutive year, Michigan State University has been named as a top producer of Fulbright scholars from colleges and universities in the United States. MSU is also one of only 17 institutions to receive the recognition as a top producer of both students and scholars this year.