This award requires university nomination or interview and cannot be applied to directly. Students must work with the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships and meet university deadlines.
The Marshall scholarship enables students to study a wide range of subjects for an advanced degree at any of Britain’s universities and business schools. Funding is for one or two years of graduate study in any field at participating universities.
Students interested in being nominated by the University at Buffalo must complete the entire online application and submit transcripts and letters of recommendation to the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships by Aug. 1.
Students who complete all application materials will be considered for nomination to the Marshall Scholarship. A faculty committee will select UB’s nominees.
|Year||Name||Award||Field(s) of Study||Hometown||Graduate School|
|2020||Jonathan Bessette||Finalist||Mechanical Engineering||Johnson City, NY|
|2019||Patricia Johnson ||Finalist||Chemistry||Liverpool, NY||Duke University|
|2016||Sean Kaczmarek||Recipient||Economics and Political Science||West Seneca, NY||University College London|
|2014||Phillip Maffettone (Tucciarone)||Recipient||Chemical Engineering||University of Oxford|
|2009||Aaron Krolikowski||Finalist||Political Science and Social Science Interdisciplinary||Glenwood, NY||University of Oxford|
|1988||Daphne Bascom||Recipient||Williamsville, NY||University of Oxford and University of Pittsburgh|