Cullman Scholarship Program

The Cullman Scholarship Program was instituted in 1983 by Hugh Cullman '42 to support summer enrichment projects by promising sophomores and juniors to develop leadership skills, global and environmental awareness, and take advantage of unique educational opportunities.

For more information on the Cullman Scholarship program, please contact David Weidman, Assitant Head of School for Academic Affairs.

Recent and approved Cullman Scholars' projects include:
  • Studying at Woodstock School in India as the first recipient of the Cullman Global Scholar Studies Scholarship
  • Working in India in the medical field
  • Studying medicine and art history in Paris
  • Studying environmental conservation in Peru
  • Understanding Tibetan culture and the political and cultural dynamics in modern China
  • Working in community service in Panama
  • Attending an iOS programming academy at MIT
  • Working with leadership programs for girls in Costa Rica
  • Community service, education and development in Fiji
  • Working with special needs children
  • Researching sea turtles on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
  • Working on an archaelogical dig in Sanisera, Spain
  • Participating in a National Geographic Iceland Expedition
  • Working with the STRIVE Program in Kenya
  • Field research at Yosemite National Park
 



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