Congrats to UT Graduate Miranda Gottlieb:
2018 Schwarzman Scholar
Miranda graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor’s degree in political science and Hispanic studies. President of Pi Sigma Alpha, she promoted civic education on campus. Her research in the Howard Baker Center for Public Policy focused on drug policy reform and led her to research opportunities in South America. Miranda has interned with the Drug Policy Alliance, both the United States Senate and House of Representatives to prevent drug overdose and racial disparities in the criminal justice system. She hopes to work for the United Nations on drug policy reform to promote health and human rights. Miranda is 22 years old and from the United States.
What is the ONSF?
The ONSF impacts the academic experience of UT undergraduates, encouraging them to take every advantage afforded them as members of a top-tier research institution. In collaboration with faculty, staff, and students, ONSF aims to establish a culture of rigorous undergraduate scholarship worthy of national recognition and in keeping with UT’s Top 25 vision. ONSF seeks to encourage students to expect the best of themselves; applying for nationally competitive scholarships, fellowships, and experiential learning opportunities is an integral part of living up to those expectations.
Udall (Campus): 1/23/2017
Pickering (National): 1/13/2017
The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships (ONSF) supports UT undergraduates and alumni who are undertaking nationally competitive application processes. It provides support only and cannot, under any circumstances, accept responsibility for missed deadlines, incomplete applications, missing letters of recommendation or other supplementary materials, or selection outcomes at the campus or national level. The responsibility of completing and submitting an application rests solely on the student or alumni engaging in a national application process. The ONSF does not guarantee or promise any outcome.