Honor Wilkinson Receives Scholarship, Fellowships

Honor Wilkinson, a junior at Harvard University, has received a full tuition scholarship from the Pembroke-King’s College Programme at University of Cambridge, England.  Only four scholarships to this program were awarded world-wide. She will be taking two classes at Cambridge and pursuing supervised research with a professor. In addition to this scholarship, Honor was one of twelve Harvard students to be selected as a Harvard-Cambridge Fellow, which will provide full funding for her summer in Cambridge. Honor has also been awarded a grant—one of five annually—from The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University for independent research in England.
Honor is a History of Art and Architecture concentrator, with a secondary concentration in      Visual and Environmental Studies (Studio Art).  Among her extra-curricular activities at Harvard.   
Honor has been the art director and illustrator for the Harvard Stories for Orphans, an editor on staff     of Tempus: The Harvard Undergraduate History Review, and a volunteer tutor for refugee children     through the Phillips Brooks House Association of Harvard. She is the recipient of the Damien Elwes Student Art Award.
Honor Wilkinson is a 2010 graduate of Calais     High School; her parents are     Peter and Alice Wilkinson of Calais.