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Recipient Dr. Karen Ouzts explains why it is so important to continue to teach as a program director and curriculum developer.
Dr. Olu Faokunla received the award in recognition of his dissertation about the efficacy of an electronic government system.
Richard Vermillion received the scholarship to complete his bachelor’s, which he plans to use to effect positive social change in the Republic of Panama.
Dr. Michael Schwab received this award for supporting Dr. Piroska Bisits Bullen’s dissertation research, which could positively impact childhood malnutrition.
Dr. Piroska Bisits Bullen received this award for her research on the measurable impacts of positive deviance in community health.
Six new students are recognized for their missions to promote social change around the world.
Influenced by her career as a paralegal, Ginger L. Jenkins ’11 is now an advocate for plaintiffs and their families in the judicial system.
An alumna explains that pursuing your education is possible despite family and work commitments.
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