“UofL’s faculty, staff and board members should be proud of the role they’ve played in producing such outstanding scholars. It’s further proof that UofL continues to recruit and then graduate incredible students with worldwide ambitions, on par with some Ivy League institutions,” UofL President James Ramsey said.
Including this year, there have been 87 UofL Fulbright award winners since 2003—more than all other Kentucky institutions combined.
Eight scholars earned 2015 U.S. Student Fulbright Awards. They are:
Two graduating seniors were selected as Critical Language Scholars. They are:
Some of the students recognized earned international scholarships bestowed by the university’s College of Arts and Sciences.
The university also had Kentucky’s only 2015 Truman Scholar, Amanda Allen. That award was announced separately on April 16.
Patricia Condon, who heads the National and International Scholarship Opportunities office, has spent years building UofL’s program and working with the campus community to create a pipeline of academically gifted, top-notch scholars.
For more on the top scholars, including an interactive map, click here.