GSP Graduate Student Intern, Adam Baker, has been awarded the Miller-sidgwich International Exchange Scholarship and will spend one year at University of Cape Town in South Africa to conduct an independent research or curricular project. Adam is currently pursing a Master's Degree in Higher Education at the UM School of Education. Congratulations, Adam!
The Miller-Sidgwick International Exchange Scholarships are awarded to exceptional students in support of Telluride Association’s mission of promoting intellectual inquiry and democratic self-government. The scholarship will be awarded for the 2012-2013 academic year, one for a University of Michigan student and one for a University of Cape Town post-graduate student. Scholarships cover one year of non-degree study, in addition to room and board, health insurance, travel to and from the exchange country, an allowance for books, and a living stipend. The Miller-Sidgwick Scholarships were established by a bequest from the family of Reese Miller, Deep Springs ’52, Cornell Branch ’53, Telluride Association ‘55 and Lincoln Exchange Scholar ‘59.