First class of Scholarship winners begin college

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First Class of Scholarship winners begin college

We’re excited to see our first round of scholars begin their college educations! Although this semester presents a mixture of in-person and virtual studying due to the pandemic, all our students are busy full-time in their new college experience. We look forward to following their journeys. 

Lifelong Learning Scholars

Amanda Phanivong


Former High School:
Campus (Haysville)

Now Attending:
Wichita State University

Major(s):
Integrated Marketing and Communications

Campus Activities:
Student Ambassador Society, Alpha Phi International Fraternity, Cohen Honors College

Benjamin Brake


Former High School:
Wichita Collegiate 

Now Attending:
Columbia University in New York City

Major(s):
Undeclared (Though interested in Joint Major: Economics/Political Science)

Campus Activities:
The Columbia Witness: A Journal of Christian Perspectives and Alexander Hamilton Society

Finalist Scholars

Michelle Kha 


Former High School:
Campus (Haysville)

Now Attending:
Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. 

Major(s):
Interest in neuroscience

Campus Activities:
The Asian Students Association, Quest-Bridge Community, Random Acts of Kindness, and part of the Meiklejohn Fellowship Program.

Kameryn Overton


Former High School:
Wichita Northeast Magnet High School

Now Attending:
Tuskegee University in Tuskegee Alabama.

Major(s):
Environmental Science
 

Jordan Tran 


Former High School:
Maize South High School

Now Attending:
Duke University in Durham, North Carolina

Major(s):
Biology and minor in Statistics

Campus Activiites:
GlobeMed, and the American Sign Language (ASL) Club.
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