Four Honors Students Earn Fulbright Scholarship

June 15, 2018

More than three dozen TCU students have earned the Fulbright scholarship and since 2010, 29 Honors students have been named Fulbright finalists. This year, the John V. Roach Honors College is proud to announce that four recent graduates earned the distinction of Fulbright Scholar:

Claire Duerson graduated as an Honors Laureate with degrees in strategic communication and political science. She will be traveling to South Korea, where she aspires to teach through the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program.

Landon Hendrickson graduated as a McDorman Scholar with degrees in biology and chemistry and a business double minor. He will venture to Poland, where he will teach English.

Garrett Gomez graduated as an Honors Laureate with degrees in English, Spanish and Hispanic studies. He will work as an English teaching assistant in Mexico.

Jaclyn Mazzio graduated as an Honors Laureate with a degree in graphic design. She will travel to Malaysia, where she will teach her community about healthy lifestyle initiatives through the promotion of exercise and a healthy diet.

We are so proud of these newly-minted alumni and we wish them the best of luck in their international adventures! Learn more about prestigious scholarship opportunities through Honors here!

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