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Introducing the Class of 2020 Civic Scholars

 

Not pictured: Harkirat Anand, Carson Borbely

 

We are pleased to introduce the class of 2020 Civic Scholars cohort, who will begin this fall! The Civic Scholars Program provides a rigorous, in-depth curriculum for undergraduate students who exemplify future potential for civic leadership. Sophomores are selected in a competitive merit-based process and learn together through their junior and senior years. The program includes intensive coursework, leadership training, and mentorship to prepare Civic Scholars for a life dedicated to civic and community engagement, and a scholarship of $5,000 to support a substantial civic project or internship.

  • Harkirat Anand is majoring in business administration and economics & strategy
  • Carson Borbely is majoring in anthropology and global health & the environment
  • Kirk Brown is majoring in political science and African & African American studies
  • Luka Cai is majoring in political science
  • Maria Cortez-Lopez is majoring in Spanish and Latin American studies
  • Molly Davis is majoring in comparative literature
  • Ruth Durrell is majoring in educational studies, sociology, and German
  • Jose Figueroa is majoring in global health & the environment and healthcare management
  • Gabriela Hall is majoring in system science & engineering
  • Lauren Hucko is majoring in anthropology and global health & the environment
  • Gabrielle Jung is majoring in women & gender studies and writing
  • Grace Kavinsky is majoring in classics and minoring in African & African American studies and art history
  • Rachel Kleinhandler is majoring in American culture studies
  • Sherece Laine is majoring in African & African American studies
  • Gabriela Pantoja is majoring in Latin American studies and anthropology
  • Noah Ford Rennert is majoring in chemical engineering
  • Ishaan Shah is majoring in biology and political science
  • Zach Vincent is majoring in political science