Senior mathematics major and economics minor, Russell Lawson will graduate next month with a lot of great opportunities ahead of him. Russell, like most seniors has been working on planning out the next chapter of his life. He applied to law schools as well as government-funded fellowships to get him abroad for a year.
Within a week of one another, Russell was accepted to the University of Michigan to study law and was accepted to The Congress-Budestag Yourth Exchange for Young Professionals. Thankfully, University of Michigan has been understanding. Russell will go to Germany first, and begin his legal studies upon his return in fall of 2017.
As for his fellowship, Russell will be spending the year in Germany. His first two months will be spent studying at a German language school before he begins taking law courses at a University for a semester. Russell will then have the opportunity to spend six months working abroad. The Congress-Budestag Yourth Exchange for Young Professionals is a selective 1-year scholarship awarded to only 75 individuals across the nation. Congratulations, and best wishes to Russell as he begins an exciting chapter this spring!