Andrew Sniderman '07 Named Rhodes Scholar
by Stacey Kutish
Andrew Sniderman '07 is the winner of a Rhodes Scholarship for 2008, becoming the second person from the College to receive the honor this year and the fifth since 2000. An honors political science and philosophy graduate from Montréal, Canada, Sniderman will study at Oxford University next fall with Rebecca Brubaker '06.
During his junior year, Sniderman co-founded the Genocide Intervention Network, ultimately delivering speeches across the U.S. and helping to oversee a national lobbying, mobilization, and fundraising effort to provide citizens with tools to prevent and stop genocide. Currently he is serving in Ottawa as a fellow in the Parlimentary Internship Programme and as an Action Canada fellow.
Read an interview with Andrew in the Daily Gazette.