The students were selected from a pool of 18 applicants. They will delve into their research over the summer and present their final capstone projects in the fall. Each student will work with a faculty advisor.
The Lilley Fellowship
Established in fall 2018, the Lilley Fellowship Fund awards fellowships to students who exemplify academic curiosity, intellectual rigor, and scholarly passion. The Fellowship program is overseen by Director of Libraries Lorie Harding, and is modeled after Yale University's Scholars of the House program that ran from 1945-1995.
The Lilley Fellowship Program offers two research opportunities available to Upper School students: the traditional Fellowship and the Advanced Independent Study. Learn more or download the applications below.
Who was William Lilley III '55?
The Lilley Fellowship is named after William Lilley III '55, whose career included teaching at Yale, working for the federal government, managing CBS, and serving as founder of both a politics publication and software company. Meet Bill
On Wednesday, Dec. 9, The Episcopal Academy Lawyers Network (EALN) hosted the third Engage Episcopal virtual event, a conversation between an alum and a current EA student, which centered around wrongful convictions. The two speakers were welcomed by Pat Devine '05, who, along with Gordon Cooney '77 and Zac Arbitman '05, founded the EALN in 2018.
"Each student reflects our student community's diverse academic interests and intellectual curiosity," said Lilley Fellow Program Director Max Kelly '06.
After months of extensive research, Lilley Fellow Kat Harrar '21 presented her findings about farm-to-feed models to students and teachers.