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20 undergraduate students named PSO Scholars

Twenty undergraduate students have been named Public Service and Outreach Scholars for the 2015-2016 academic year.

The students will take part in a year-long program that will provide them with a deeper understanding of PSO’s mission through meetings and outreach, help them link these experiences with their career and educational goals, and create a community of student scholars who understand the role of university outreach and engagement.

The PSO Student Scholars, their majors and internship locations are Andrew Boyer, criminal justice major with minors in Spanish and theatre, J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development; Parker Bray, journalism and geography, Marine Outreach; Alexandra Case, business management and public relations major with minor in communication studies, Georgia Center for Continuing Education; Erin Cavalli, journalism major with minors in Spanish, human development and family science and English, Fanning Institute for Leadership Development; Iva Dimitrova, anthropology and mass media arts major with minors in Spanish and Latin American and Caribbean studies, Office of Service-Learning; Elizabeth Hardister, international affairs and chemistry, Carl Vinson Institute of Government; David Harshbarger, geography and mathematics, Fanning Institute for Leadership Development; Robert Hines, political science and English major also enrolled in the M.P.A. program, Carl Vinson Institute of Government; Allison Johnson, entomology, State Botanical Garden; Katherine Johnson, criminal justice and international affairs major with minor in Spanish, Fanning Institute; Gracelyn Jones, genetics major with minor in food science, Small Business Development Center; Jo Money, health promotion, Office of Service-Learning; Achyutta Patel, psychology major with minor in linguistics and disability studies, Archway Partnership; S. Frances Plunkett, public relations major with minors in art history and history, Fanning Institute; Janai Raphael, biological sciences, Office of Service-Learning; Katie Sanders, biological sciences major with minor in ecology, Marine Outreach; Stephanie Stathos, marketing major with minor in TESOL, Fanning Institute; Taylor Stubblefield, political science and Spanish major with minor in communication studies, Vinson Institute; Chloe Weigle, landscape architecture major with minor in horticulture, State Botanical Garden; and Ashley Wilson, biology, Marine Outreach.