The Harvard Club of France congratulates the 2015 laureates
The Recepients with Her Excellency Jane Hartley
Marie Cazaban (left) will be studying "ecocriticism" with leading members of the Center for the Environment at Harvard. Marie studies the relationship between the life sciences and literature in modern French, American, and English literature.
Sofia Berrada (center) will pursue an MBA and intends to combine her technical background and business education to create lasting solutions to the challenges facing the energy industry today.
Estienne Granet (right) will be pursuing a Master's in Statistics at Harvard. After Harvard, Estienne is hoping to apply his skills to create a company that would provide highly detailed weather forecasting tools.
Paul-Adrien Hyppolite (not pictured) will be going to Harvard as a Visiting Student Researcher in the Department of Economics. Thomas Piketty predicted that Paul-Adrien would become "a highly successful economist" in the future.
The Harvard French Scholarship Fund was created in 1987 by Douglas CARVER (COLL'59), former president of the Harvard Club of France. The Fund is currently co-chaired by Elsa SAVOUREY (HLS'14) and Ioanna THOMA (HLS'00)
Its goal is to provide financial aid to French students enrolled at Harvard University through grants and loans.
The Fund is unique because it is an independent alumni-funded program jointly sponsored by the Harvard Club of France, the Harvard Law School Association and the local Harvard Business Club.
The Fund autonomously interviews, selects candidates, and stays touch with beneficiaries throughout their time at Harvard and in the years thereafter.