Rosenthal Scholars Include Two MSFS Students
Two Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) students are among 13 Rosenthal Fellows for 2010.
Honorees were announced by the Harold Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations and the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA).
- Lindsay Harrison is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Oregon. Her fellowship will be with the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, Investigations Subcommittee’s minority staff. She has been an intelligence research specialist at the State Department, an intern at State’s Bureau of European Affairs and an intern in the U.S. Embassy in Rome. She competes in triathlons, and plays soccer and volleyball.
(Lindsay Harrison is also profiled on the MSFS website.)
- Andrew Levin will serve his fellowship at the Treasury Department’s Global Economics office. He is a cum laude graduate of Northwestern University. He has been a graduate intern at the U.S.-India Business Council, a Rotary Foundation Cultural Ambassadorial School in Senegal and an intern in the U.S. Embassy in Canada.
Fellows are chosen from APSIA member schools. According to APSIA, 141 Fellows have been named since the inception of the program in 1977. The Fellowship bears the name and was established in the memory of Harold Rosenthal, a victim of international terrorism.