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    Three SU Students Win $30,000-Sumners Scholarships

    Eugenia Agobe ’23 of Wimberley, John Guerrero ’23 of Kingsville, and Jack O’Neil ’23 of Irving each recently earned $30,000 scholarships from The Sumners Foundation of Irving, Texas. Scholarships are awarded by the Foundation based on academic excellence, civic engagement, and a capacity for leadership.  

  • Gilby graduated from Southwestern University on May 8, 2021.
    Rare Moments

    Transfer student and Sumners Scholar Emily Gilby ’21 shares her experiences working on political campaigns and as a legislative aide.

  • Maureen Rendon '21
    Maureen Rendon ’21 selected for Andrews Endowed Fellowship

    A political science and music double-major, Maureen Rendon of Laredo and Nuevo Laredo will use the award toward her graduate work at the University of Texas at Austin LBJ School in Global Policy Studies.

  • Breely Peterson ’20
    Holding Her Ground

    Sumners Scholar Breely Peterson’s first job out of college? Working as a deputy press secretary for a congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • Brielle Read ’20 in Desierto De Atacama, Chile
    A World Traveler

    Fulbright Scholar Brielle Read ’20 has been traveling the world and making a difference since the tender age of 14.

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    Andrews Endowed Fellowship supports graduate study in memory of James Robert Andrews ’04

    Are you a graduating senior or recent grad (within two years of graduation) entering graduate school in Fall 2021? If so, please apply for this opportunity to earn $2,500 toward the cost of the first year of graduate/professional school study. Application deadline is March 31, 2021.

  • Claire Harding ’20
    Solving Earth’s Problems from Space

    German and physics double major Claire Harding ’20 interned with NASA and will be teaching English in Germany as a Fulbright English teaching assistant.

  • Mattie Mint
    Fat over Lean

    Mattie Mint ’22 shares about her journey into the professional world through the Kemper Scholar Program.

  • Sumners Scholar Danyale Kellogg ’19 studies International Affairs at TAMU

    While pursuing a BA in history at Southwestern, Kellogg took full advantage of the Sumners Scholarship and then leveraged those experiences to secure a place at the Texas A&M Bush School of Government for graduate study in national security and diplomacy, with concentrations in East Asia and pandemics and biosecurity.

  • Erin Osterhaus '09
    Fulbright Alumna Erin Osterhaus ’09 Leverages Language Skills in Global Business

    Osterhaus, a Spanish and French major and German minor, earned an English Teaching Assistantship in Germany through the U.S. Student Fulbright Program. She currently works in marketing for a global trade association and does freelance translation work.