The Euretta J. Kellett Fellowship is a prestigious prize awarded to two graduating seniors a year at Columbia College. The prize enables up to two years of study at either Oxford or Cambridge Universities.
You can begin the application process at the Fellowships Office.
- Barry Bergdoll, art historian and Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
- John Berryman, poet
- José A. Cabranes, judge on the US Court of Appeals; first Puerto Rican to sit in a US District Court
- Christopher Dell, career diplomat; current US ambassador to Tanzania
- Eric Foner, historian of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction
- David Lehman, poet
- Norman Podhoretz, a foundational figure of the neoconservative movement
- Norman F. Ramsey, winner of the 1989 Nobel Prize in Physics
- David Shapiro, poet
- Thomas Sugrue, historian of twentieth-century U.S. and civil rights
- Lionel Trilling, literary critic
- Leon Wieseltier, literary editor for the New Republic
- Sean Wilentz, historian of nineteenth-century U.S. and music critic