Amanda Phanivong is our first college graduate!

Amanda Phanivong graduates from Wichita State University The Timothy P. O’Shaughnessy Foundations celebrates our first college graduate, Amanda Phanivong! Amanda graduated as a communications major after only three years at Wichita State University, and has begun full time employment with Koch Industries in Wichita, Kansas. Congratulations, Amanda! 

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Benjamin Brake joins Sijal Institute in trip to Jordan

Benjamin Brake joins Sijal Institute in trip to Jordan For the month of June, one of our scholars, Benjamin Brake has the exciting opportunity to utilize Timothy O’Shaughnessy’s scholarship to finance his trip to Jordan with Sijal Institute, a top-notch Arabic language program based in Jordan’s capital, Amman. After finishing

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Amanda Phanivong participates in class trip to The Big Apple!

Amanda Phanivong Visits the Big Apple We’re honored to help Amanda Phanivong (Campus High School, ’20) participate in a New York trip hosted by the Elliott School of Communication at Wichita State University. The purpose of the trip was to explore how different communities and cultures interact, as well as meeting with

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Kameryn Overton secures two-summer

Kameryn Overton to study ocean sustainability Kameryn Overton, (Northeast Magnet School, 2020) will be participating in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Global Sustainability Scholars (GSS) program. This program is a two-summer commitment where a group of students collaborates with professors to build a project that addresses a specific theme, which this summer’s

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Adeagbo completes Hopkins Intersession Brazil

Adeagbo completes Hopkins Intersession Brazil – Health, Politics & Cultural Studies in Brazil Tami Adeagbo recently spent 3 weeks with a group from Johns Hopkins University exploring Salvador Bahia, Brazil, learning about the Brazilian health system and how the country deals with tropical diseases like Zika and Dengue. They studied

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Jordan Tran has busy summer ahead!

Jordan Tran has busy summer ahead! Jordan Tran, (Maize South High School, 2020)  is going to be busy this summer! He’s a junior at Duke University and is planning on staying in Durham for a regenerative biology research internship. He will be working with his primary investigator Chang-Lung Lee along

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