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White House portrait of President John F. Kennedy by Aaron Shikler.
Kennedy Scholarships provide full funding for up to ten British post-graduate students to study at either Harvard University or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).[1] Susan Hockfield, the sixteenth president of MIT, described the scholarship program as a way to "offer exceptional students unique opportunities to broaden their intellectual and personal horizons, in ways that are more important than ever in an era defined by global interaction.".[2] In 2007, 163 applications were received, of which 10 were ultimately selected, for an acceptance rate of 6.1%.[3]


Contents
1        The creation of the Kennedy Memorial Trust
2        Kennedy family
3        Former trustees
4        Trustees
5        Patrons
6        Selection
7        Notable Kennedy scholars
7.1        Politics, government and civil service
7.2        Economics and finance
7.3        Journalism
7.4        Arts
7.5        Academia
7.6        Law
8        References
9        External links
The creation of the Kennedy Memorial Trust
Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, set about creating a national British memorial in his memory. He consulted with Harold Wilson (the Leader of HM's Loyal Opposition), Sir David Ormsby-Gore (British Ambassador to the United States), Dean Rusk (United States Secretary of State) and the Kennedy family. It was agreed that Douglas-Home would establish a committee, chaired by Lord Franks (former British Ambassador to the United States of America), to make recommendations on the form of the memorial to President Kennedy.[4]

Following wide consultation, Franks wrote to the Prime Minister to recommend that the memorial should be in two parts: a living memorial, in the form of a scholarship to attend either Harvard or MIT, and a permanent memorial site in Runnymede, England, the site of the Magna Carta. This location was chosen because it was regarded as the birthplace of the freedoms which President Kennedy promised to uphold. The John F. Kennedy Memorial Act 1964 was passed into legislation to enact and manage the two memorials.

Kennedy family

JFK Memorial designed by Geoffrey Jellicoe
The Kennedy family have been strong supporters of the British Kennedy memorial since its creation. Prior to the United States' entry into the Second World War, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. served as the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. In 1965, Jacqueline Kennedy and Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom unveiled the memorial at Runnymede. It consists of a Portland stone memorial tablet within natural woodland and meadow, where the visitor is invited on a journey, resembling that in Pilgrim's Progress; the journey through what is seen is mirrored by a deeper one into the unseen landscape of life, death and spirit. The stone is inscribed with the famous quote from Kennedy's Inaugural Address given on 20 January 1961:

Let every Nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend or oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and success of liberty.

Senator Edward Kennedy described the program as the most ambitious of all the memorials to his brother, and he was a passionate supporter of the Kennedy Scholarships until his death in August 2009.[5]

Former trustees
Since 1964, all UK Kennedy Memorial Trust trustees have been appointed by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.[6] Various prominent individuals have previously served as trustees. These include:

Professor Sir Isaiah Berlin OM FBA – philosopher, president of the British Academy (1974–1978)
Professor Sir David Cannadine FBA – Dodge Professor of History, Princeton University and visiting professor of history, Oxford University (2000–2010)
Professor Peter Hennessy, Baron Hennessy of Nympsfield FBA – (chairman 1995–2000)
Professor Tony Badger (chairman) – former master of Clare College, Cambridge and Paul Mellon Professor of American History, Cambridge University (chairman 2010–2015)
Mervyn King, Lord King of Lothbury – former Governor of the Bank of England (1990–2000)
Professor Jack Lewis, Baron Lewis of Newnham (1989–1999)
Roger Makins, 1st Baron Sherfield GCB GCMG FRS – (first chairman)
Professor Roderick MacFarquhar – Leroy B Williams Professor of History and Political Science, Harvard University. (2000–2010)
David Ormsby-Gore, 5th Baron Harlech KCMG PC – (chairman 1964–1985)
Professor Anthony Quinton, Baron Quinton – (chairman 1990–1995), former Master of Trinity College, Oxford
Professor Martin Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow – Master of Trinity College, Cambridge (1999–2004)
Andrew Stuart Winckler (1998–2003)
Professor Emma Rothschild – (chairman 2000–2009), honorary professor of history and economics University of Cambridge, director of the Center for History and Economics and professor of history, Harvard University
Robin Russell, 14th Duke of Bedford – (chairman 1985–1990)
Jonathan Glover – professor of philosophy at New College, Oxford
Johnny Grimond – editor at large The Economist.
Professor Anthony Saich (representing Harvard) – director of the Ash Centre for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Daewoo Professor of International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
Dr Martin Weale CBE, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England
Trustees
The current trustees[7] are:

Professor Sir Mark Walport (chairman) – former CEO of UKRI and former director of the Wellcome Trust.
United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom – (representing the President of the United States).
Matt Clifford MBE – former Kennedy Scholar, co-founder and CEO of Entrepreneur First
Dr Peter Englander OBE – former Kennedy Scholar, venture capitalist.
Stephanie Flanders – former Kennedy Scholar, head of Bloomberg Economics.[8]
Tilly Franklin – former Kennedy Scholar, chief investment officer of University of Cambridge Endowment Fund
Professor Maya Jasanoff (representing Harvard) – X.D. and Nancy Yang Professor, Coolidge Professor of History, and Harvard College Professor, Harvard University
Professor Fiona Macpherson – former Kennedy Scholar, head of philosophy and director of the Centre for the Study of Perceptual Experience, Glasgow University.[8]
Mary Ann Sieghart – journalist and author
Moira Wallace OBE – former Kennedy Scholar, former civil servant and provost of Oriel College, University of Oxford
Professor Andrew Whittle (representing MIT) – former Kennedy Scholar, Edmund K. Turner Professor in Civil Engineering, MIT
Patrons
The Lord Mayor of London
The Governor of the Bank of England
Selection
More than 550 individuals have been awarded a Kennedy Scholarship. Selection follows a national competition which begins each autumn. A long-list and short-list are chosen and then around twenty-five individuals are invited to London for interview by the trustees.

When evaluating applications and interviewing candidates, the trustees take into consideration candidates':

intellectual attainment
readiness and ability to express themselves
the suitability of their proposed course of study at Harvard or MIT.
They may also look for: originality of mind, commitment to public service, potential to make a mark in public life and the ability to overcome adversity

The selection aims, criteria and standards are comparable to the Rhodes Scholarship program.[9]

Notable Kennedy scholars
Prominent former scholars include:

Politics, government and civil service

The Right Honourable Ed Balls, the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2011–2015)

The Right Honourable Yvette Cooper, the Shadow Home Secretary (2011–2015). She was the first woman and the second Kennedy Scholar to hold the Cabinet post of Chief Secretary to the Treasury

The Right Honourable Alan Duncan, Minister for International Development (2010–2015)
Ed Balls – politician – Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2011–2015), Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (2007–2010)
Dame Kate Bingham – former head of UK Government's COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force
Nicholas Boles – Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Communities and Local Government (2012–), Chief of Staff to the London Mayor Boris Johnson (2008), director of the Policy Exchange (2002–2007)
Camilla Cavendish – former journalist and leader writer, The Times, The Sunday Times; sometime head of Number 10 Policy Unit, now Baroness Cavendish of Little Venice
Yvette Cooper – politician – Shadow Home Secretary (2011–2015), Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2009–2010), Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2008–2009)
David Curry – politician – shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2003–2004), Minister for Local Government, Housing and Urban Regeneration (1994–1997)
Sir Alan Duncan – politician – Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (2016– ), Minister of State for Department for International Development (2010–2015), shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2009), shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2005–2009),
Barry Gardiner – politician – Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Northern Ireland Office (2004–2005), Department of Trade and Industry (2005–2006) and DEFRA (2006–2007)
Duncan Hamilton (politician) – politician, now advocate – Member of the Scottish Parliament for Highlands and Islands region (1999–2003), youngest member of the Scottish Parliament, special advisor to Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland (2007–2008)
Kwasi Kwarteng – politician – Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2021–) and Member of Parliament for Spelthorne (2010–)
Gordon Marsden – politician – Parliamentary Private Secretary to Lord Chancellor's Department (2001–2003) and to Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2003–2005)
Ian Martin – United Nations special representative of the secretary-general in Nepal, secretary-general of Amnesty International (1986–1992)
Mahiben Maruthappu – Health policy specialist, former advisor to National Health Service
David Miliband – politician – president International Rescue Committee (2013–), Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2007–2010)

The Right Honourable David Miliband, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2007–2010), one of four Kennedy Scholars in the Cabinet of Gordon Brown.
Chris Smith, Baron Smith of Finsbury – politician, now Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge – chairman of the Environment Agency (2008–2014), Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (1997–2001)
Una O'Brien – Permanent Secretary, Department of Health (United Kingdom)
Richard Tomlinson – former MI6 officer, author of the Big Breach: From Top Secret to Maximum Security.
William Arthur Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill – politician – Secretary of State for Health (1990–1992), Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1992–1994), Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1994–1995), Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1995–1997). Former chairman of the Rhodes Scholarship program. Provost of Eton College.
Moira Wallace – Provost Oriel College, Oxford University (2013–), Permanent Secretary, Department of Energy and Climate Change (2008–2012)
Peter Wilson CMG – diplomat – UK Ambassador & Deputy Permanent Representative for the UK Mission to the UN (2014–)
Anthony Wayland Wright – politician – chairman of the Public Administration Select Committee (1999–2010)
Economics and finance
Ros Altmann – economist, Baroness Altmann CBE, Ministor for Pensions (2015–), former member of Number 10 Policy Unit
Linda Todhunter Bilheimer – economist, assistant director, US Congressional Budget Office
Lord Eatwell – economist, president of Queens' College, Cambridge University
Peter Englander – former director of Apax Partners, and former CEO of the Apax Foundation.
Sylvia Ann Hewlett – economist, founding president of the Center for Work-Life Policy
Charlotte Hogg – economist, chief operating officer, Bank of England (2013–)
Mervyn King, Prof the Lord King of Lothbury KG GCB FBA – former Governor of the Bank of England (2003–2013)
Emma Rothschild – economic historian
Tim Sims – founder and managing director of Pacific Equity Partners
Journalism
Stephanie Flanders – former economics editor, BBC
Zanny Minton Beddoes – editor, The Economist
Simon Kuper – journalist and author, the Financial Times
Anatole Kaletsky – author and columnist, Reuters chairman, Institute for New Economic Thinking
Catherine Sampson – journalist and author
Arts
Hannah Sullivan – poet
Academia
Andrew Blake FREng, FRS – director of Alan Turing Institute, former principal research scientist at Microsoft Research Cambridge
Jon Blundy FRS – professor of petrology, Earth Sciences Department, Bristol University
Professor John Craven CBE – former vice-chancellor of the University of Portsmouth, founder and first chairman of the University Alliance
Sally Connolly – associate professor of contemporary poetry, University of Houston
Gareth Evans – philosopher
David Edwards FMedSci (neuroscientist) – professor of paediatrics and neonatal medicine and director of the Centre for the Developing Brain, King's College London.
Mark Ford – professor in English, University College London
Jill Harries – professor emerita of ancient history at the University of St Andrews
David Held – professor at School of Government and Master, University College, Durham University; co-founder of Polity Press.
Peter Hennessy – historian, Professor the Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield FBA, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary, University of London and crossbencher, House of Lords.
Simon Goldhill – classicist, professor of Greek literature and culture at the University of Cambridge and fellow of King's College, Cambridge
Neil F. Johnson – physicist, professor of physics at the University of Miami, Florida
Richard K. Lester – Japan Steel Industry Professor of Nuclear Engineering at MIT and associate provost for international activities.
Dominic Lieven FBA – professor; senior research fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Peter Littlewood FRS – physicist, professor; laboratory director for physical sciences and engineering, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois
Rana Mitter – professor of history and politics of modern China, Oxford University
Christopher Peacocke FBA – philosopher, professor of philosophy at Columbia University
Tony Purnell – engineer, head of technology, British Cycling; fellow-commoner in engineering, Trinity Hall, Cambridge
Simon Schaffer – professor of the history and philosophy of science, Cambridge University
Chloë Starr – associate professor of Asian theology, Yale Divinity School
Law
Mary Arden, the Rt Hon. Lady Arden of Heswall DBE – Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, chairman of the Law Commission (1996–1999)
Nicholas Hamblen, The Rt Hon. Lord Hamblen of Kersey – Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Sir Bernard Rix QC, Arbitrator and former Lord Justice of Appeal
References
Quigley-Jones, Jennifer (October 21, 2013). "Think Harvard's too hard to get into? Think again". The Independent. No. Monday. Retrieved 18 April 2016.
"MIT and Harvard to expand Kennedy Scholarship Program". MIT News. 13 April 2007.
"Seven Cambridge students named as Kennedy scholars". 8 July 2008.
https://www.kennedytrust.org.uk/
"Kennedy Scholarship Program to expand". News.harvard.edu. Archived from the original on 17 July 2007. Retrieved 2015-03-06.
"Kennedy Memorial Trust (Emma Rothschild)". Number10.gov.uk. Archived from the original on 5 September 2009. Retrieved 2015-03-06.
"About the Trust - Kennedy Memorial Trust".
"Kennedy Memorial Trust appointments". Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street. 1 October 2014. Retrieved 17 July 2016.
"JFK's legacy". News.bbc.co.uk. 6 January 2006. Retrieved 2015-03-06.
External links
Kennedy Memorial Trust website




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肯尼迪奖学金为最多10名英国研究生提供全额资助,让他们在哈佛大学或麻省理工学院(MIT)学习。 [1] 麻省理工学院第十六任校长苏珊-霍克菲尔德将该奖学金计划描述为 "为优秀的学生提供独特的机会,以拓宽他们的知识和个人视野,在这个由全球互动定义的时代,这种方式比以往任何时候都更重要。 [2] 2007年,收到163份申请,其中10人最终被选中,录取率为6.1%。


内容
1 肯尼迪纪念信托基金的创建
2 肯尼迪家族
3 前任受托人
4 受托人
5 赞助人
6 遴选
7 著名的肯尼迪学者
7.1 政治、政府和公务员系统
7.2 经济和金融
7.3 新闻业
7.4 艺术
7.5 学术界
7.6 法律
8 参考文献
9 外部链接
肯尼迪纪念基金会的创建
1963年约翰-肯尼迪总统遇刺后,英国首相亚历克-道格拉斯-霍姆爵士着手创建一个纪念他的英国国家纪念馆。他与哈罗德-威尔逊(英国皇家忠诚反对派领袖)、大卫-奥姆斯比-戈尔爵士(英国驻美国大使)、迪安-罗斯克(美国国务卿)和肯尼迪家族进行了磋商。会议商定,道格拉斯-霍姆将成立一个委员会,由弗兰克斯勋爵(前英国驻美国大使)担任主席,就纪念肯尼迪总统的形式提出建议[4] 。

在广泛征求意见后,弗兰克斯写信给首相,建议纪念馆应分为两部分:一个活的纪念馆,其形式是提供参加哈佛大学或麻省理工学院的奖学金,以及在英国伦尼米德(Runnymede)的永久纪念地,即《大宪章》的遗址。选择这一地点是因为它被认为是肯尼迪总统承诺要维护的自由的发源地。1964年的《约翰-F-肯尼迪纪念法》被纳入立法,以制定和管理这两座纪念馆。

肯尼迪家族

杰弗里-杰利科设计的肯尼迪纪念馆
自英国肯尼迪纪念馆创建以来,肯尼迪家族一直是该纪念馆的坚定支持者。在美国加入第二次世界大战之前,老约瑟夫-P-肯尼迪曾担任美国驻英国大使。1965年,杰奎琳-肯尼迪和英国的伊丽莎白二世在朗尼米德为纪念碑揭幕。它由天然林地和草地中的波特兰石纪念碑组成,游客被邀请进行一次旅行,类似于《朝圣者的进步》中的旅行;通过所看到的旅行,反映出更深层次的生命、死亡和精神的看不见的景观。这块石头上刻着肯尼迪1961年1月20日发表的就职演说中的名言。

让每个国家知道,无论它希望我们好还是不好,我们将付出任何代价,承担任何负担,迎接任何困难,支持任何朋友或反对任何敌人,以确保自由的生存和成功。

参议员爱德华-肯尼迪将该计划描述为对其兄弟的所有纪念活动中最雄心勃勃的一项,他一直是肯尼迪奖学金的热情支持者,直到2009年8月去世。

前任受托人
自1964年以来,所有英国肯尼迪纪念信托基金的受托人都是由英国首相任命的。[6] 各种知名人士曾担任过受托人。这些人包括。

Isaiah Berlin OM FBA爵士教授--哲学家,英国学院院长(1974-1978)。
大卫-坎纳丁爵士(Professor Sir David Cannadine FBA)--普林斯顿大学历史学道奇教授和牛津大学历史学客座教授(2000-2010)。
Peter Hennessy教授,Nympsfield的Hennessy男爵FBA--(主席1995-2000)。
托尼-巴杰教授(主席)--剑桥大学克莱尔学院前院长、剑桥大学保罗-梅隆美国历史教授(主席2010-2015年)。
默文-金,Lothbury的金勋爵--前英格兰银行行长(1990-2000)。
杰克-刘易斯教授,纽汉姆的刘易斯男爵(1989-1999)。
罗杰-马金斯,第一男爵Sherfield GCB GCMG FRS - (第一任主席)
罗德里克-麦克法夸尔教授--哈佛大学历史和政治学的Leroy B Williams教授。(2000-2010)
大卫-奥姆斯比-戈尔,第五代哈雷奇男爵,KCMG PC -(1964-1985年担任主席)
安东尼-昆顿教授,昆顿男爵--(主席1990-1995),牛津大学三一学院前院长
马丁-里斯教授,路德洛的里斯男爵--剑桥大学三一学院院长(1999-2004)。
安德鲁-斯图尔特-温克勒(1998-2003)
艾玛-罗斯柴尔德教授--(主席2000-2009),剑桥大学历史和经济学名誉教授,哈佛大学历史和经济学中心主任和历史教授
罗宾-罗素,第14代贝德福德公爵--(主席1985-1990)。
乔纳森-格洛弗--牛津大学新学院的哲学教授
约翰尼-格里蒙--《经济学人》的总编辑。
Anthony Saich教授(代表哈佛大学)--Ash民主治理和创新中心主任,哈佛大学肯尼迪学院国际事务大宇教授
马丁-韦尔博士CBE,英格兰银行货币政策委员会
受托人
目前的受托人[7]是。

马克-沃尔波特爵士教授(主席)--英国研究院前首席执行官和惠康基金会前董事。
美国驻英国大使--(代表美国总统)。
马特-克利福德MBE--前肯尼迪学者,"企业家第一 "的联合创始人和CEO
Peter Englander OBE博士--前肯尼迪学者,风险投资家。
Stephanie Flanders--前肯尼迪学者,彭博社经济部负责人[8] 。
Tilly Franklin--前肯尼迪学者,剑桥大学捐赠基金的首席投资官
Maya Jasanoff教授(代表哈佛)--哈佛大学X.D.和Nancy Yang教授、Coolidge历史教授和哈佛学院教授
Fiona Macpherson教授--前肯尼迪学者,格拉斯哥大学哲学系主任和感知经验研究中心主任[8] 。
Mary Ann Sieghart--记者和作家
莫伊拉-华莱士OBE--前肯尼迪学者,前公务员,牛津大学奥里尔学院教务长
安德鲁-惠特尔教授(代表麻省理工学院)--前肯尼迪学者,麻省理工学院埃德蒙-K-特纳土木工程学教授
赞助人
伦敦市长大人
英格兰银行行长
评选
超过550人获得了肯尼迪奖学金。在每年秋季开始的全国性比赛中进行评选。选出一个长名单和短名单,然后邀请约25人到伦敦参加信托委员会的面试。

在评估申请和面试候选人时,受托人会考虑到候选人的以下情况。

知识水平
表达自我的准备和能力
他们建议在哈佛或麻省理工学院学习的课程的适宜性。
他们还可能会考虑:思想的独创性、对公共服务的承诺、在公共生活中做出成绩的潜力以及克服逆境的能力。

遴选的目的、标准与罗兹奖学金计划相当。

著名的肯尼迪学者
著名的前学者包括

政治、政府和公务员队伍

埃德-鲍尔斯阁下,影子财政大臣(2011-2015)。

尊敬的伊维特-库珀,影子内政大臣(2011-2015)。她是第一位女性和第二位肯尼迪学者担任财政部首席秘书这一内阁职位。

尊敬的艾伦-邓肯,国际发展部长(2010-2015)。
埃德-鲍尔斯--政治家--影子财政大臣(2011-2015),儿童、学校和家庭事务国务秘书(2007-2010)。
凯特-宾汉姆夫人--英国政府COVID-19疫苗工作组前负责人
尼古拉斯-博尔斯(Nicholas Boles)--社区和地方政府部议会副国务卿(2012年-),伦敦市长鲍里斯-约翰逊的办公室主任(2008年),政策交流中心主任(2002-2007年)。
卡米拉-卡文迪什--前记者和领袖作家,《泰晤士报》、《星期日泰晤士报》;曾任10号政策组负责人,现为小威尼斯的卡文迪什男爵夫人
伊维特-库珀--政治家--影子内政大臣(2011-2015年),就业和养老金大臣(2009-2010年),财政部首席秘书(2008-2009年)。
大卫-库里--政治家--影子环境、食品和农村事务大臣(2003-2004),地方政府、住房和城市改造部长(1994-1997)。
艾伦-邓肯爵士--政治家--外交国务部长(2016- ),国际发展部国务部长(2010-2015),下议院影子领袖(2009),商业、企业和监管改革影子国务秘书(2005-2009)。
巴里-加迪纳(Barry Gardiner)--政治家--北爱尔兰办公室(2004-2005年)、贸易与工业部(2005-2006年)和英国国防部(2006-2007年)的议会副国务卿
邓肯-汉密尔顿(政治家)--政治家,现在是倡导者--苏格兰议会高地和岛屿地区的议员(1999-2003),苏格兰议会最年轻的议员,苏格兰第一部长亚历克斯-萨尔蒙德的特别顾问(2007-2008)。
Kwasi Kwarteng - 政治家 - 商业、能源和工业战略国务秘书(2021年-)和斯佩尔索恩议员(2010年-)。
戈登-马斯登--政治家--大法官部门的议会私人秘书(2001-2003)和文化、媒体和体育国务秘书(2003-2005)。
伊恩-马丁--联合国秘书长驻尼泊尔特别代表,大赦国际秘书长(1986-1992)。
马希本-马鲁塔普--卫生政策专家,前国家卫生局顾问
大卫-米利班德--政治家--国际救援委员会主席(2013年至今),外交和联邦事务大臣(2007-2010年)

大卫-米利班德阁下,外交和联邦事务大臣(2007-2010),戈登-布朗内阁的四位肯尼迪学者之一。
克里斯-史密斯,芬斯伯里的史密斯男爵--政治家,现任剑桥大学彭布罗克学院院长--环境局主席(2008-2014),文化、媒体和体育国务秘书(1997-2001)。
乌娜-奥布莱恩--卫生部常务秘书(英国)。
理查德-汤姆林森--前军情六处官员,《大突破》的作者。从最高机密到最高安全。
威廉-阿瑟-瓦尔德格雷夫,北山的瓦尔德格雷夫男爵--政治家--卫生大臣(1990-1992),兰开斯特公国大臣(1992-1994),农业、渔业和食品部长(1994-1995),财政部首席秘书(1995-1997)。罗德奖学金项目前主席。伊顿学院教务长。
莫伊拉-华莱士--牛津大学奥里尔学院教务长(2013年-),能源和气候变化部常务秘书(2008-2012年)。
彼得-威尔逊(Peter Wilson CMG)--外交官--英国大使兼英国驻联合国代表团副常驻代表(2014年--)。
安东尼-韦兰-赖特--政治家--公共行政特别委员会主席(1999-2010)
经济和金融
Ros Altmann - 经济学家,Baroness Altmann CBE,养老金部长(2015-),前10号政策组成员
Linda Todhunter Bilheimer - 经济学家,美国国会预算办公室助理主任
伊特维尔勋爵--经济学家,剑桥大学皇后学院院长
彼得-英格兰德--Apax合伙人的前董事,以及Apax基金会的前CEO。
西尔维娅-安-休利特--经济学家,工作-生活政策中心的创始主席
夏洛特-霍格--经济学家,英格兰银行首席运营官(2013年-)。
Mervyn King, Prof the Lord King of Lothbury KG GCB FBA - 前英格兰银行行长(2003-2013)
艾玛-罗斯柴尔德--经济史学家
蒂姆-西姆斯--太平洋股权投资基金的创始人和董事总经理
新闻学
斯蒂芬妮-弗兰德斯--前BBC经济编辑
Zanny Minton Beddoes--《经济学人》编辑
西蒙-库珀--《金融时报》的记者和作者
Anatole Kaletsky--作家和专栏作家,路透社新经济思维研究所主席
凯瑟琳-桑普森--记者和作家
艺术
汉娜-沙利文--诗人
学术界
Andrew Blake FREng, FRS - 阿兰-图灵研究所主任,微软剑桥研究院前首席研究科学家
Jon Blundy FRS - 布里斯托尔大学地球科学系的岩石学教授
John Craven CBE教授--朴茨茅斯大学的前副校长,大学联盟的创始人和第一任主席
萨利-康诺利--休斯顿大学当代诗歌副教授
加雷思-埃文斯--哲学家
大卫-爱德华兹(David Edwards)FMedSci(神经科学家)--伦敦国王学院的儿科和新生儿医学教授及大脑发育中心主任。
马克-福特--伦敦大学学院英语系教授
吉尔-哈里斯--圣安德鲁斯大学古代史荣誉教授
大卫-赫尔德--达勒姆大学政府学院教授和硕士;Polity出版社的共同创始人。
Peter Hennessy--历史学家,Nympsfield的Hennessy勋爵FBA教授,伦敦大学玛丽皇后学院当代英国历史的Attlee教授,上议院交叉议员。
西蒙-戈德希尔--古典主义者,剑桥大学希腊文学和文化教授,剑桥大学国王学院院士。
尼尔-F-约翰逊--物理学家,佛罗里达州迈阿密大学的物理学教授
理查德-K-莱斯特--麻省理工学院的日本钢铁工业核工程教授,负责国际活动的副教务长。
多米尼克-李文(Dominic Lieven FBA)--教授;剑桥大学三一学院的高级研究员。
彼得-利特尔伍德(Peter Littlewood FRS)--物理学家,教授;伊利诺伊州阿贡国家实验室物理科学和工程实验室主任
Rana Mitter--牛津大学现代中国历史和政治教授
Christopher Peacocke FBA - 哲学家,哥伦比亚大学哲学教授
托尼-普内尔--工程师,英国自行车协会技术主管;剑桥大学三一学院工程系院士
Simon Schaffer--剑桥大学科学史和科学哲学教授
Chloë Starr--耶鲁大学神学院亚洲神学副教授
法律
Mary Arden, the Rt Hon. Lady Arden of Heswall DBE --英国最高法院法官,法律委员会主席(1996-1999)。
Nicholas Hamblen, The Rt Hon. Lord Hamblen of Kersey - 英国最高法院法官
伯纳德-里克斯爵士(Sir Bernard Rix QC),仲裁员和前上诉法院法官。
参考资料
Quigley-Jones, Jennifer (October 21, 2013). "认为哈佛大学太难进了?再想想吧"。独立报》。周一号。2016年4月18日检索。
"麻省理工学院和哈佛大学将扩大肯尼迪奖学金计划"。麻省理工学院新闻。13 April 2007.
"七名剑桥大学学生被提名为肯尼迪学者"。2008年7月8日。
https://www.kennedytrust.org.uk/
"肯尼迪奖学金计划将扩大"。News.harvard.edu. 2007年7月17日从原稿中存档。检索到2015-03-06。
"肯尼迪纪念信托(艾玛-罗斯柴尔德)"。Number10.gov.uk。2009年9月5日从原文中恢复。Retrieved 2015-03-06.
"关于信托--肯尼迪纪念信托"。
"肯尼迪纪念信托的任命"。首相办公室,唐宁街10号。2014年10月1日。2016年7月17日检索。
"肯尼迪的遗产"。News.bbc.co.uk。2006年1月6日。2015-03-06检索。
外部链接
肯尼迪纪念基金会网站
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