Woody Allen’s son receives Rhodes Scholarships

By JTA
November 21, 2011 18:52

 
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The son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, and an Orthodox Jewish college student are among the recipients of Rhodes Scholarships. The winners were notified over the weekend.

Ronan Farrow, 23, works for the US State Department as a special adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on global youth issues. He previously worked for UNICEF and former Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke. A graduate of Yale Law School and of Bard College, at the age of 15, he will be studying international development at Oxford University.

"Rhodes is a great honor & opportunity. But for now very focused on fostering youth jobs and voices,” he tweeted on Sunday.

Miriam Rosenbaum, a senior at Princeton, will study bioethics at Oxford.

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