History majors named as Rhodes, Marshall scholars

November 25, 2014

This year, 10 Yale students were named as Rhodes or Marshall Scholars, two of the most coveted academic awards for study in Great Britain, including senior history and global affairs major Jane Darby Menton ‘15 and history alum Benjamin Daus-Haberle ’12.

Read the full article at Yale News.

Jane Darby Menton ’15 is majoring in history and global affairs. As managing editor of the Yale Daily News, she is a member of the three-person management that makes all of the major decisions for the paper and reads and edits all of its stories. Menton, who won the Thouron Prize for a summer fellowship to Cambridge University, has also interned for Anderson Cooper 360, and is a member of the Yale International Relations Association. She also was the conference organizer for the Yale Model United Nations Organization. Menton intends to do the M.Phil. in modern eastern studies at Oxford.

Benjamin Daus-Haberle ’12, who majored in history while at Yale, will study international relations at Oxford. Since graduation, Daus-Haberle has been working as a program coordinator and research assistant at the Center for Strategic & International Studies for Zbigniew Brzezinski.