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The Le Rosey Foundation's Scholarship Programme
The Le Rosey Foundation's Scholarship Programme, now in its 13th year, remains the backbone of the Foundation's educational efforts since the Foundation was established 15 years ago. Nicholas Smith, our fi rst Foundation Scholar in the 1999-2000 academic year, graduated with distinction from Harvard College, was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in China, and is now completing his PhD requirements at Harvard's Department of Urban Planning with special emphasis on the rapid urbanization in China.
Following in Nicholas' footsteps have been 12 other Rosey Foundation Scholars who have either gone on to university or pursued other personal interests. With four currently at the School we have a total of 17 Scholars to date. Two of our past Scholars are highlighted in this Newsletter. Each of these young ladies has already posted solid achievements as you will read in the following articles, and their professional lives are just starting. All of us involved with the Rosey Foundation, and its Scholarship Program, believe that this Program does “make a difference” since it provides exceptional young men & women with a unique opportunity their parents would not have been able to give them without the fi nancial support provided by the Le Rosey Foundation.
If you believe in the Le Rosey Foundation and its educational initiatives, please consider supporting our continuing efforts by making a fi nancial contribution. Past, present & future Rosey Foundation Scholars thank you for whatever support you can provide.
John J. Silvin
Stanford University - Boriana Trifonova