Marshall Scholars

Marshall Scholars are American Students of high ability who are given the opportunity to study in the United Kingdom. The Marshall Scholarship aims to strengthen the bond between the American and British people by giving its scholars a lasting understanding of British society.

  • O. McArthur, 1982
  • Christopher S. Calhoun, 1987
  • James M. Greene, 1990
  • Marilisa Gibellato, 1996
  • Jason Berg, 1998
  • Jonathan Cerrito, 2000
  • Benjamin M. Heineike, 2002
  • Ann O'Donnell, 2005
  • Eric Gardiner, 2008
  • Matthew W. Linsley, 2008
  • Henry J. Donaghy, 2009
  • Benjamin J. Zintak, 2009
  • Ian Cameron, 2012
  • Katelyn Davidson, 2013
  • James R. Addison, 1986
  • Daniel J. Hurdle, 1988
  • Frank J. Kochenash, 1992
  • Clifford Ohl, 1996
  • Romy Christensen, 1998
  • Timothy R. Strabbing, 2001
  • Eric Twedahl, Jr, 2004
  • John Kennedy, 2007
  • Sarah K. Horn, 2008
  • Kyle D. Checchi, 2009
  • Kelly M. Zahalks, 2009
  • Michael J. Campbell, 2010
  • Ronald Allen, 2013

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