Two MIT Seniors and an Alumnus Named Rhodes Scholars

Published in MIT News on November 23 by Nora Delaney, Staff Writer and Advisor, Global Education and Career Development

Three MIT nominees — seniors Elliot Akama-Garren and Anisha Gururaj, and alumnus Noam Angrist ’13 — are among the 32 American recipients selected this weekend as Rhodes Scholars. Each will pursue graduate studies next year at Oxford University.2014 MIT Rhodes Scholars

This year’s three Rhodes Scholars from MIT tie the Institute’s 2009 record for the most recipients in a single year. Akama-Garren, Gururaj, and Angrist bring to 49 the number of MIT winners of the prestigious international scholarships since they were first awarded to Americans in 1904...

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