Two juniors win 2003 Truman Scholarship
Posted April 1, 2003; 11:32 a.m.
Princeton juniors Charlotte Lanvers and Carlos Ramos-Mrosovsky are among 76 students from 63 U.S. colleges and universities named 2003 Truman Scholars by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation. The award recognizes their leadership potential, intellectual ability and commitment to public service.
Each scholarship provides $30,000 -- $3,000 for the senior year and $27,000 for graduate school in preparation for a career in government or another area of public service. Scholars also receive priority admission and supplemental financial aid at some premier graduate institutions, leadership training, career and graduate school counseling and internship opportunities within the federal government.
Lanvers, a graduate of Park City High School in Park City, Utah, is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She plans to attend law school and work in children's advocacy and education reform. Ramos-Mrosovsky, a graduate of Kew Forest School in Forest Hills, N.Y., is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He plans to pursue graduate study in international law, leading to a career in diplomacy.
The full story is available in a news release.
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