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Kellogg '07 students earn McCormick Tribune scholarships

Margaret Hulce and Kailei Richardson are the winners of the 2006 McCormick Tribune Scholarships for Kellogg Media Management Majors.

Hulce and Richardson (both '07) will receive full tuition for three academic quarters at the Kellogg School as part of the scholarship program initiated by the McCormick Tribune Foundation in 2005.  The Foundation will grant 20 merit scholarships to Kellogg Media Management students and 60 merit scholarships to students in the Medill School of Journalism over 10 years.

In addition, Hulce and Richardson are eligible to receive a stipend for research and internships they undertake this summer.

Hulce, a Harvard graduate, has a background that has taken her from economic development in distressed New York City neighborhoods to building a portal for used college textbooks to consumer goods analysis for McKinsey and Co.  She plans to continue her study of media strategy at a major U.S. newspaper this summer. 

Richardson most recently worked in the entertainment field, scouting talent for television before coming to Kellogg last fall. After graduating from Emory University, she worked in human resources consulting at Eaton and then Accenture. She plans to continue her interests in media and entertainment with a study of Hispanic demographics and its impact on U.S. media programming and content.

More information about the McCormick Tribune Scholarship Program can be found on the Media Management Program Web site.

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