The Dr. Charles Krauthammer
Memorial Scholarship Program
at Fox News
"We are proud to honor Charles, his legacy, impact and countless contributions with a new scholarship program enabling the next generation of thought leaders the opportunity and education they need to reach their dreams."
—Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News
2021 Scholarship Winner Announced
April 22, 2021
"Robyn and Daniel Krauthammer congratulate those awarded these scholarships in Charles’s name. May your studies be undertaken with both seriousness and joy to find the life’s work you were meant to do, with full heart and soul, as Charles did."
Marin "Pei Pei" Martin, the daughter of Fox News Digital senior opinion editor Lynne Jordal Martin, was selected as the latest recipient of the annual Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship, FOX News Media CEO Suzanne announced.
"We are proud to continue the tradition of honoring Charles Krauthammer’s storied legacy with this year’s memorial scholarship recipient. Marin Martin is an exceptional student with an extremely bright future and her academic curiosity will no doubt live up to the mission that Charles inspired every day," Scott said. "Congratulations to Marin and her family."
The Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship was established by FOX News Media in 2018 and is awarded to eligible children of network employees. The recipient receives $2,000 per college year, and winners are selected through the National Merit Scholarship Program by the independent, not-for-profit National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
About the Scholarship
The memorial scholarship, in honor of longtime Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer, is awarded to the children of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network employees.
The scholarship is awarded to U.S. high school juniors planning to enter college. Winners are selected on a competitive basis regardless of family financial circumstances, gender, race, ethnicity or religion. The scholarship is a partnership of Fox News and National Merit Scholarship Program.