McCabe, Evans Scholarship
Programs Launch New Web Sites
by William Hopkins '11
The McCabe and Philip Evans Scholars Programs recently launched new websites aimed at providing more information about the opportunities they provide. Both sites also feature thoughts and reflections from current scholars and alumni about their work and the value of the programs in their lives.
The McCabe Scholarship is named for Thomas B. McCabe, a member of the Class of 1915, and has provided tuition assistance and scholastic opportunities for more than 50 years. Its new site also includes information about the McCabe Lecture, an annual event that brings individuals with distinguished careers in fields such as public service, business, government, education, and medicine to speak on campus.
The Philip Evans Scholarship, established in 1986 by Jerome Kohlberg '46 in honor of his friend from the Class of 1948, recognizes leadership, intellectual curiosity, and community service. The scholarship meets demonstrated need and encourages students to pursue community service, independent research, professional internships, and travel abroad.