Junior Madison Tyler Named Beinecke Scholar

Left image is a closeup of Madison Tyler, a brown-skinned woman with short hair, a headband, and a white tshirt underneath a black spaghetti strap top. To the right is a blue square that reads "Madison Tyler 2022 Beinecke Scholar." Beneath the text on the blue side is a Syracuse Orange S.Madison Tyler ’23, a junior double major in African American studies and English (film and screen studies track) in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a recipient of a 2022 Beinecke Scholarship. A Coronat Scholar and member of the Renée Crown University Honors Program, Tyler is the third Beinecke Scholar in Syracuse University’s history.

The award provides graduate funding and mentorship for juniors in the arts, humanities or social sciences. The Beinecke Scholarship seeks to encourage and enable highly motivated juniors of exceptional promise to pursue graduate study in these fields. The Beinecke Scholarship works with approximately 1

35 participating institutions. Each school may nominate one candidate per year; the campus nomination process is highly competitive. This year, the Beinecke Scholarship Program selected 16 scholars.

Tyler is currently studying abroad in Madrid. Follow this link to read more about the award, Madison's studies and her plans for the future.

Congratulations, Madison!!!