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The Carolina Center for Public Service will honor 307 graduating seniors as Buckley Public Service Scholars at a special ceremony on May 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm in Memorial hall.

Launched in 2003, the Buckley Public Service Scholars program encourages students to learn about and practice public service and engagement beyond the scope of traditional volunteerism, including organizational service, policy and advocacy work, fundraising and philanthropy. To gain designation as a Buckley Public Service Scholar, participating students must have a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 and build a portfolio that includes documentation of an orientation and four skills-training workshops, a minimum of 300 hours of service, one service-learning course, and a final reflection product. Most of the 2018 graduates exceeded those requirements, on average completing more than 440 hours of service.

45 Psychology majors are 2018 Buckley Public Service Scholars. Congratulations to Shelby Anderson, Megan Balentine, Adrienne Bonar, Hanna Brooks, Natalie Charamut, Su Cho, Cayla Culbreth, Julia D’Amico, Leah Daniel, Lillian Dillard, Amanda Drabble, Mishelle Duran, Miranda Foster, Ryan Fuller, Lauren Gebbia, Sarah Gee, Gabrielle Geenen, Danielle Hall, Logan Hartley, Emily Haston, Lindsey Holloway, Rachel Horowitz, Marquitta Howard, Niveditha Jagadesh, Renuka Koilpillai, Terri Long, Princess Majors, Margaret McAllister, Leslie Morales, Abigail Needell, Courtney Nelson, Ami Patel, Grace Porter, Olga Prokunina, Haleigh Prysock, Emily Reader, Ariana Rivens, Cesar Rodriguez, Kalina Taylor, Nelya Topa, Domenica Vargas, Lindsey Welch, Patricia Whalen, Treasure Williams, and Maia Yarborough!

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