East Lansing, Mich. – Michigan State University has nominated six students for prestigious national awards for graduate school.
The MSU nominee for the Beinecke Scholarship is Emily Rosolowski, a junior majoring in Theater in the College of Arts and Letters. She is from Chelsea, Michigan and attended Chelsea High School. The Beinecke Scholarship Program provides funding for graduate school for college juniors intending to pursue a research-focused graduate program in the arts, humanities or social sciences.
MSU’s nominees for the Truman Scholarship are:
- Danielle-Andrée Atangana, a junior majoring in Human Development and Family Studies with minors in Health Behavior and Social Services, and Health Promotion in the College of Social Science. She is from Edinburg, Texas and attended the Andrews Academy for high school in Berrien Springs, Michigan;
- Spencer Good, a junior majoring in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy; and Social Relations and Policy in James Madison College; with minors in Applied Development in International Agriculture and Natural Resources; Science, Technology, Environment, and Public Policy; and Religious Studies. He is from Howell, Michigan and attended the International Academy West in White Lake, Michigan;
- David Koster, an Honors College junior majoring in Political Science-Prelaw, and Economics with a minor in Law, Justice, and Public Policy in the College of Social Science. He is from Wichita, Kansas and attended Trinity Academy high school;
- Maren Nicolaysen, an Honors College junior majoring in International Relations in James Madison College, and Economics in the College of Social Science with a minor in French. She is from Casper, Wyoming and attended the Kelly Walsh High School;
- Madelyn Snider, an Honors College junior majoring in Social Relations and Policy in James Madison College, with minors in Spanish and History. She is from Freeland, Michigan and attended Freeland High School.
The Beinecke Scholarship provides funding for graduate school for college juniors intending to pursue a research-focused graduate program in the arts, humanities or social sciences.
The Truman Scholarship recognizes students with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to affecting change through public service, and provides financial support for graduate study and leadership training for approximately 62 students.
The National and International Fellowships and Scholarships (NIFS) Office, administered by the Honors College, helps interested undergraduate and graduate students pursue major national and international awards by providing information and direct support throughout the competitive application process.