Lucas Mason-Brown is a PhD candidate in mathematics at M.I.T. He graduated with honors from Brown University in 2013, where he studied mathematics and philosophy. As a student, he was a recipient of the Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award and the David Howell Premium for Excellence in Mathematics. He was selected as one of twelve 2014 George Mitchell Scholars.
The Carter Roger Williams Initiative provides annual scholarships to high school seniors, helping Rhode Island students who appreciate and embody Roger Williams’s values attain a college education. The Carter Roger Williams Scholarship is intended to inspire students and their parents to think big about what’s possible for their future and to value the role of education. By providing resources about Roger Williams and his teachings, the Initiative is intended to establish a sense of place and pride for all Rhode Islanders.
The Carter Roger Williams Initiative was conceived of and funded by philanthropists Letitia and John Carter and is managed by the Rhode Island Foundation. Learn more here.
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