Churchill Fellowship

The Winston Churchill Scholarship program was created as Churchill college was being founded in Cambridge for the purpose of bringing outstanding American scholars to England to study for a year after earning a bachelor’s degree. Between twelve and fifteen scholars per year are selected to pursue a program of research and study leading to a master's degree. The scholarship is worth $44,000 – $50,000 and covers all expenses for the year of study in Cambridge, including up to $1000 support for travel. Eight Churchill Fellows have gone on to win Nobel Prizes.

1. 2009 Andrew P. Higginbotham (’09)
2. 2004 Christopher T. Rodolfa (’04)
3. 1984 A. (Alan) Middleton (’84)