Five sophomore students have been named as the final recipients of the Class of 2019 Carey Fellowship. The Carey Fellows Program is the honors track for business minors at the University of the South.
Completion of a Carey Fellowship is a mark of distinction for students with career goals in management, consulting, international business, and finance. Carey Fellows receive a scholarship, complete two proseminar courses and spend an entire semester working in a paid, full-time internship facilitated by the Babson Center for Global Commerce.
A certificate awarded at graduation recognizes the completion of additional requirements designed to prepare Fellows for leadership positions in global commerce.
The new Carey Fellows are:
- Christopher Howe, an economics major from Silver Spring, Maryland.
- Samuel Kern, an economics and Spanish major from Zionsville, Indiana.
- Komal Kunwar, an environment and sustainability major from Kathmandu, Nepal.
- William Merriman, an English major from Memphis, Tennessee.
- Megan Sweeting, an economics major from Eleuthera, Bahamas.
The five final members are in addition to the six Carey Fellows who were inducted into the Class of 2019 Carey Fellowship as first-year students, marking this class the largest in Carey Fellowship history.
See pictures from the Carey Fellows reception here.
Learn more about the Carey Fellowships here.
Learn more about the business minor here.
Learn more about the Babson Center for Global Commerce at Sewanee here.