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Students Present Proposals for Travel & Service Grants

In December, an impressive array of student proposals were submitted to the newly combined Service and Travel Grant program. On Wednesday, December 16th, five finalists presented to a panel of invited judges and competed for funds to support their Service Learning and Global Programs projects. Supporting social and global entrepreneurship in the student body, a range of grants awards were made to the following finalists:
 
SERVICE: Opportunities for Athletes - Derek Enge, Sierra Enge, Camille Burdick - helping amputees continue their athletic pursuits
 
TRAVEL: Ashland Shakespeare Festival - Cosmo Cothran-Bray - immersing in the magical world of professional theater
 
SERVICE: Tools Organize Successful Students (TOSS) - David Wiesley.- redistributing school supplies to underserved students
 
TRAVEL: Migration Solutions - Adrian Agresti, Elliott Lehrer, Justin Vaughn - documenting the complexity of the current refugee crisis in Europe
 
SERVICE: A Million Knots - Mirai Patel, Madeline Forgey, Paige Hellinger - partnering with and supporting a girls' school in rural India
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