2021 Brunswick Corporation Scholars


Sponsored by Brunswick Corporation, this scholarship is awarded to high achieving Black students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, a commitment to community involvement and are pursuing a degree in a STEM or marketing field.

The 2021 class received a two-year scholarship in the amount of $12,000 to assist with educational expenses for two academic years.

Christina Young

College/University: Morgan State University
Major: Mathematics
2021 Scholarship Award: 2021 Brunswick Corporation Undergraduate Scholarship

Christina Young attends Morgan State University, a Historically Black University located in Baltimore, Maryland. Young is a junior and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in mathematics. Because of her academic achievements she was selected to be in the Clara I. Adams Honors College upon her acceptance to Morgan State. She was recently awarded a Scholastic Award from the Mathematics Department for completing three consecutive semesters with a grade point average above a 3.0. Young is a new member of the Math Club and the National Society of Leadership and Success. She also has a passion for dance and has been a member of the Morganettes Dance Team for two years. Young has goals of pursuing a career in Data Analytics. She wants to use her skills in mathematics to help solve some the nation’s most pressing social and economic issues.

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Emerald Adeyan

College/University: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Major: Chemistry
2021 Scholarship Award: 2021 Brunswick Corporation Undergraduate Scholarship

Emerald Adeyan is a junior in the School of Letters and Sciences at UCLA, studying chemistry. Adeyan is interested in generating energy with minimal environmental impact and mitigating the effects of climate change. She feels these are issues that need to be promptly addressed as proactive efforts to improve current systems not widely represented in our society. On campus, Adeyan is an active member of the Alternative Breaks club, club soccer, and Afrikan Student Union. She dedicated her winter and spring break to learn about mass incarceration and how it destabilizes vulnerable and historically disadvantaged communities. She felt so inspired to help mitigate the lack of access to education in prisons that she is establishing a book-to-prison drive through her campus. Raised in Hayward, California, Adeyan loves whipping up new baking recipes, doing movie commentaries, and spending time with her family in her free time.

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