Bishop’s University’s very own Chloé Soucy will be the recipient of the esteemed 3M National Student Fellowship (3MNSF). Selected to be one of the 10 winners out of 129 applicants, this student, who is completing her fourth and final year at BU, has big plans for the future and the Fellowship is a big stepping stone to achieving them. “I found out about a month ago, but I was sworn to secrecy,” said Soucy about her big win. “After months and months of waiting I had almost convinced myself that there was no way I could be selected.” Applications for the 3MNSF are not just open to undergrads like Soucy, but all higher education students, even those pursuing a master’s, doctorate or anything in between. “I looked at winners of the previous years and there were all so incredible, I thought to myself that there was no way I could compete. When I got the call I was like, is this a mistake?” she laughed. Soucy is completing a major in English Literature and a minor in teaching English as a second language. She was Bishop’s 2017-2018 Tomlinson intern for the English department and chair of the English department student advisory council. She was also coordinator of the largest humanities undergraduate conference in North America, the Quebec Universities English Undergraduate Conference (QUEUC). On top of that, in her second year, she co-founded two of BU’s clubs: Bishop’s Bees and the Bishop’s University Outdoor Club. See full story in the Monday, May 14 edition of The Record.