HUMS Major Wins Marshall Scholarship

December 13, 2022
Alex Hu, HUMS ‘23 and Directed Studies ‘19 was awarded the Marshall Scholarship, which funds up to three years of graduate study in the United Kingdom for Americans poised to become leaders in their fields. On campus, Alex started new conversations about American foreign policy as the founder of the Nicholas J. Spykman Fellowship and the Yale chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society. He hopes to work in DC as a strategic planner for the Indo-Pacific and has spent his summers interning or studying with the Hudson Institute and the Institute for the Study of War. As a Marshall Scholar, Alex plans to study the geopolitics of the internet at King’s College London through MA programs in War Studies and Geopolitics, Resources, and Territory.
He is writing his senior thesis on the History of the Humanities Program and the evolution of the undergraduate curriculum.
Read more at the Yale News announcement here.