Five from Stanford named 2018 Schwarzman Scholars
Five students with Stanford affiliations, including three seniors and two alumni, have won 2018 Schwarzman Scholarships for graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
They are among the 142 scholars from 39 countries who were named 2019 Schwarzman Scholars, which accepted its first class in 2016. The new class will begin master’s degree studies in August 2018.
The scholarship program is designed to ensure that the next generation of business, political and civil society leaders can effectively serve as bridges between China and the rest of the world. Each Schwarzman Scholar earns a one-year master’s degree in global affairs with a focus in one of three disciplines: public policy, economics and business, or international studies.
Stanford’s 2018 Schwarzman Scholars are:
- CLAIRE COLBERG, who earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations in 2014. Currently, Colberg is the junior engagement manager in the San Francisco office of McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm.
- DANIEL KILIMNIK, who earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and in history in 2016. Currently, Kilimnik is working as a business analyst with McKinsey & Company in New York City
- LUCIENNE “LUCY” OYER, a senior majoring in economics.
- JASON KU WANG, a senior majoring in mathematical and computational science, with minors in biology and digital humanities.
- CHRISTOPHER YUAN, a senior majoring in in computer science, with a focus on computer systems and artificial intelligence.
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