Allen Lin ’11, MEng ’11 has received a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, which will support two years of graduate study in the United Kingdom. A native of Holmdel, N.J., Lin joins 63 previous MIT-affiliated Marshall Scholars, according to the Institute’s Distinguished Fellowships office. The scholarships have been awarded by the British government since 1953 as a national gesture of thanks to the United States for aid received under the post-World War II Marshall Plan. Up to 40 American students are selected each year for graduate study at British institutions. Read the MIT News article.
Allen Lin ’11, MEng ’11 named Marshall Scholar
November 28, 2011