Whether you received an award for four years or one, we are pleased to consider you a Phillips Scholar for life.
2017-2018 Phillips Alumni Scholar Awards
This award was established in 2003 to highlight one or more recipients each year in particular who exemplify the qualities of a Phillips Scholar.
This year’s Alumni Scholars are Elizabeth Suarez and Matthew Zienkiewicz.
Elizabeth Suarez is a first-year student at Emmanuel College. She has volunteered her time in her local community of Lawrence visiting the elderly, helping at a local thrift shop and serving food at soup kitchens. This led her to a recent job in nutritional services at Lawrence General Hospital. To read more, click here.
Matthew Zienkiewicz attends George Mason University (’21). In his hometown of Smithfield, Rhode Island, he he has been dedicated to his community through the Smithfield Police Explorers Program. To read more, click here.
Keeping in Touch
New graduate degree, job, spouse, partner or child? Interesting service project or adventure? Please share it with us through the Phillips Scholar Update Form.
For those alumni or parents who are able and would like to make a monetary donation to the scholarship, please use this Donation Form.
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Here is what some of the Phillips Scholar Alumni are up to now. Please let us know what you are doing, too!
Brandon graduated from Cornell University in 2007 with a degree in psychology before earning his DMD at Harvard Dental School. He recently started working as a pediatric dentist in Natick, Massachusetts.
Huy Tran currently works at Liberty Mutual Insurance in their Catastrophe Research and Development Group, which looks at modeling losses and managing risk from natural catastrophes like hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes.
Luis Alvarez graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with a Master in Divinity and works as a firefighter and Chaplain in the 101st Engineer Battalion.
Michael earned his PhD in Economics at the University of Rochester. He currently teaches at the United States Naval Academy.