McNulty Scholars and Fellows Head to Top Grad Programs
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
The John P. McNulty Scholars Program for Excellence in Science in Math, which provides full- and partial-tuition scholarships for young women who wish to become leaders in the science and math professions, announces its Class of 2014 scholars, who receive full-tuition scholarships, and fellows, who receive support to conduct summer research. From right, biology major and scholar Catherine Elorette will attend Georgetown University to pursue a Ph.D. in neuroscience; chemical biology major and fellow Victoria Angelucci is considering attending professional school; physics major and fellow Gianna Valentino will attend Johns Hopkins University to pursue a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering; physics major and scholar Lisa Mariani will attend the University of Pennsylvania to pursue a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering; chemistry major and fellow Elena Montoto will attend the University of Illinois to pursue a Ph.D. in materials chemistry; mathematics major and scholar Annamarie Everman is an Honors program graduate who plans to enter the work force; and chemical biology major and fellow Kelsey Berger is considering attending graduate school. The innovative scholarship program, begun by Anne Welsh McNulty, honors the memory of her husband, alumnus John P. McNulty ’74, who was known for his philanthropy and his belief in the power of women to achieve greatness in their chosen fields.