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
2023 Scholarship Winner Announced
May 2, 2023
"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."
FOX News Media, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Program, has selected the recipients of its fourth annual Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship, announced FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott. The 2023 scholarship recipients are Benjamin Fuchs, the son of Marketing Promotions and Partnerships Director Debra Fuchs and Kate Parker, the daughter of video editor Joshua Parker.
In making the announcement, Scott said, “We are delighted to recognize Benjamin and Kate, both of whom are exemplary students whose skills extend far beyond the classroom. It’s our great pleasure to continue honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Charles Krauthammer who contributed so much to FOX News with his brilliant insight and analysis.”
Established by FOX News Media in 2018, the Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship awards eligible children of network employees a monetary stipend per college year for a maximum of four years. All aspects of the program, including the selection of winners and the administration of their awards, are conducted 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.