Alumnus wins scholarship to study in Paris
Arsh Haque, a 2015 graduate of the McConnell Scholars Program, received the highly-competitive Emile Boutmy Scholarship at Sciences Po and will spend the next two years in Paris studying public policy.
The Emile Boutmy Scholarship was established to afford the very best students from outside the European Union the opportunity to study in Europe. It is named in honor of the founder of Sciences Po.
Haque is the top 2014 national orator of the American Collegiate Moot Court Association. He runs two non-proift organizations and graduated as the top student in political science from the University of Louisville. He majored in political science with a minor in physics and creative writing. He is a 2011 graduate of Elizabethtown High School.
By Chloe Zoeller, a 2016 McConnell Scholar