Four seniors and one alumnus have won scholarships to pursue graduate study abroad in the coming academic year.
Rhodes Scholarship winners are Adam Mastroianni ’14, from Monroeville, Ohio, a psychology major who plans to pursue a master’s degree at Oxford University in evidence-based social intervention; and Timothy McGinnis ’13, of Charlotte, N.C., who majored in anthropology. At Oxford, he plans to complete master’s degrees in the history of science, medicine, and technology and in global-health sciences.
Marshall scholar Dixon Li ’14, an English major from Sandy, Utah, also plans to complete two master’s degrees. He will study writing in the modern age at Queen Mary University of London and English at Cambridge University.
Katie Dubbs ’14 and Anastasya Lloyd-Damnjanovic ’14 are recipients of the Sachs Scholarship, a Princeton honor named for Daniel Sachs ’60. Dubbs, an art and archaeology major from New York City, will study at the Vienna Conservatory and be mentored by artists at the Vienna National Opera. Lloyd-Damnjanovic, a politics major from Los Angeles, will pursue a master’s degree in international relations at Worcester College at Oxford.