A record of excellence

Sofia Carozza speaking at Graduation
2019 valedictorian and Glynn scholar Sofia Carozza went on to study neuroscience at Cambridge as a Marshall Scholar.

The Glynn Family Honors Program has a strong track record of national and international fellowship award winners. Fellowship award winners receive from a few weeks' to a few years' funding to study a language and culture, get a graduate degree, do an internship, acquire specialized training, or conduct research.

Over the past decade Glynn Scholars have been awarded: 

  • 4 Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships
  • 5 Goldwater Scholarships
  • 7 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
  • 21 Fulbright Fellowships

Glynn Scholars have also won prestigious Gates-Cambridge, Truman, Boren, Luce, Yenching Academy and Schwarzman Fellowships.

Glynn Scholars, on average, are 20 times more likely to receive a national fellowship!

How do I apply for a fellowship?

The Glynn Program works closely with The Flatley Center for Undergraduate Student Engagement (CUSE), which prepares students to make competitive applications for national fellowships. Students interested in applying for a fellowship should begin thinking about the process early in their undergraduate career. However, it’s never too late to start! Students can make an appointment with CUSE or with Prof. Snyder to discuss different opportunities available to them.