A brilliant young lady named Samantha O’Sullivan who graduated from Harvard University has secured a PhD scholarship to study at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
Samantha O’Sullivan made history when she graduated from School Without Walls with a 4.34 grade point average and was accepted into all of the eight Ivy League Schools.
Upon graduation form high school, Samantha chose Harvard University where she dual majored in Physics and African-American Studies. She won the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study at the University of Oxford.
She is one of the 32 Americans to win the prestigious 2022 Rhodes Scholarship. The scholarship program supports exceptional scholars from around the world, providing an all-expense paid opportunity to study at the University of Oxford, for a two or three-year period.
Samantha bagged her bachelor’s degree at Harvard University. While at the university, she founded and presided over the Generational African American Students Association
She was also an Undergraduate Physics Researcher, a Peer Advising Fellow, and an Undergraduate Minority Recruitment Program Recruiter. After her graduation, She proceeded to the University of Oxford.
Samantha is currently studying for her doctorate degree in Physics at the University of Oxford with the Rhodes Scholarship. She plans to earn Master’s degrees in the philosophy of physics and applied linguistics in the future.
In another story, a 28-year-old woman named Chantrell Frazier has made history as the first black woman to earn a Doctorate degree in Biochemistry at the Florida International University in the United States.
Chantrell Frazier, a student-athlete made history by becoming the first-ever Black woman to earn a doctorate degree in biochemistry at Florida International University, United States. Read more about Frazier HERE.