George Mason Law School

College student awarded Marshall Scholarship

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December 7, 2007

3:19 PM

p. College student Judd Kennedy ’08 was recently awarded the Marshall Scholarship by the British Consulate General.

p. The Marshall Scholarship, awarded to 40 outstanding American students looking to pursue a graduate degree in any focus at a British institution, was named after U.S. General George C. Marshall. The scholarship was created in 1953 by an act of parliament to honor Marshall’s involvement in the reconstruction of Europe after World War II. The award provides winners with full university expenses for two years.

p. Kennedy, who is currently majoring in Middle Eastern Studies at the College, plans to use the money to pursue a master’s degree in both international law and international management from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Kennedy is the third student in the College’s history to win the award.

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