Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship Recipient selected for prestigious international postgraduate award program
Senior Alpha Phi Foundation Scholar and Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship Recipient Isabella Lichen (Iota Kappa-Dartmouth) is one of 151 students to be named a 2022 Schwarzman Scholar. Established in 2016 by Blackstone chairman and CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman, the highly competitive program is the first scholarship “created to respond to the geopolitical landscape of the 21st century.” As a Schwarzman Scholar, Isabella will pursue her Master’s in Global Affairs at Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University in Beijing, with a primary focus on enhancing her “leadership abilities and study[ing] global medicine such that I can work to minimize health inequities.”
“I’m one step closer to reaching my long term goal, and I am constantly reminded of how much Alpha Phi helped me reach this point,” shares Isabella. Following the announcement, Bella cited her role as Iota Kappa’s Vice President of Health, Wellness, and Accountability and Foundation Scholarship as positive influences on her application process. Awarded to collegiate recipients, the Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship is the highest honor for an undergraduate Alpha Phi Foundation Scholar.
Read the full article detailing Isabella’s impressive accomplishment at https://home.dartmouth.edu/news/2021/12/two-schwarzman-scholars-will-study-china-next-year.
Congratulations Isabella, Alpha Phi and Alpha Phi Foundation wish you the best of luck next year!
Alpha Phi Foundation supports the educational experiences of Alpha Phis through merit and need-based scholarships. For the 2021-2022 academic year, we awarded a record-breaking $466,800 to aid 76 of our undergraduate and graduate sisters in their schooling through the support of generous Leading With Heart donors. The 2022-2023 scholarship application is now open through March 1, 2022. Learn more about Alpha Phi Foundation’s Scholarship Program.