Matthew Cortland (SAS'11) Earns Mitchell Scholarship to Study in Ireland; Honored with LAA's Livingston Pride Award as a Student

Matthew Cortland

Matthew P. Cortland, a 2011 graduate of Rutgers' School of Arts and Sciences-New Brunswick, earned a coveted George J. Mitchell Scholarship to do a year of graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland. In 2014 he studied mobile, tablet, and dynamic web application design at the Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland's capital city. He was also Rutgers' first Luce Scholar, studying in Taiwan from 2011 to 2013.

Cortland, a native of Marlton, New Jersey, was the 2011 recipient of the  Riki Jacobs Livingston Pride Award given by the Livingston Alumni Association (LAA) of Rutgers University. The LAA presented the Pride Award to Cortland on May 14, 2011, as part of the Distinguished Alumni and Livingston Legacy Awards ceremony.

Read more about Cortland from Rutgers Today.

Photo of Matthew Cortland courtesy of Henry Luce Foundation.

Originally posted December 5, 2013
Revised March 3, 2016