The recipient of the innovative Presidential International Scholarship is selected as a student “most likely to be of benefit to humankind.” The program, funded by an anonymous donor, involves five months of travel and independent study during the scholar’s senior year, returning for the spring semester. Laura Kate Gamble of Summerville, S.C., was named the 2013-14 Presidential International Scholar, in the 29th year of the program.
The 2014-2015 Presidential International Scholarship has been awarded to Lindsey Grace Perret.
Keep up with the 2013-14 Scholar's adventures and discoveries as she travels the developing world researching her chosen projects.
See a list of past presidential scholars and the projects that they
studied while they were away from Wofford.
Lindsey Grace Perret, a Spanish major from Charleston, has been selected as the 31st Presidential International Scholar.