Michigan State University Student Earns Marshall Scholarship

December 13, 2021

Andrew McDonald

Congratulations to Andrew McDonald, an Honors College senior majoring in Computer Science in the College of Engineering; and Advanced Mathematics, and Statistics in the College of Natural Science, who has been named a Marshall Scholar! Andrew is the 19th Marshall Scholar from Michigan State University.

This year 41 Marshall Scholars were selected from 1,000 applicants from 33 institutions. The Marshall Commission provides support for up to 50 of the most outstanding undergraduates in the country to study at any university in the United Kingdom. Marshall Scholarships pay tuition and fees, personal travel, book allowances, and a living stipend for up to three years of study. Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/MSUMarshallScholar

“It is an incredible honor to be named a Marshall Scholar, and an incredible privilege to share this honor with the team of mentors, friends, and family standing behind me. I look forward to pursuing a joint MRes + PhD in AI for the Study of Environmental Risks (AI4ER) at the University of Cambridge, where I will advance research at the intersection of machine learning and climate science to inform present and future climate change mitigation and adaptation initiatives." - Andrew McDonald