Page-Poole Grant Recipients Detail Service
Living the Taft Motto
Each year Taft awards students grant dollars to fund service-based summer travel. Those grants are generously funded by the Page and Poole families to memorialize their loved ones and to support students as they continue the important work done by Meg Page ’74 and Robert Poole ’50.
Grant recipients Emma Howie ’16, Julian White ’16, Tony Liu ’16, and Michael Wasserstein ’17 reflected on their service travel during a recent Morning Meeting. Emma traveled to Costa Rica to work at a native animal rescue/rehabilitation sanctuary; Julian completed a variety of service projects, ranging from construction to early childhood education, at sites throughout Panama; Tony Liu ’16 did field work for Heifer International 80 miles outside of Beijing; and Michael Wasserstein ’17 pedaled his way through Montana working on environmental and conservation projects with a group which relied solely on bicycles for transportation.
Meg Page '74 Fellowships
In memory of her commitment to compassionate health care, this fellowship is awarded annually to students who wish to explore an experience or course of study devoted to the provision of better health care in areas such as public health, family planning, medical research, mental health, and non-Western practices of healing.
Robert Keyes Poole Fellowships
Established in memory of Robert Keyes Poole '50, Taft master from 1956 to 1962. Awarded annually to enable Taft students to engage in travel or in projects consistent with Mr. Poole's lifetime interest in wildlife and the environment.