Introducing the 2019 Chellgren Student Fellows!

January 29, 2020 - We are happy to announce our Chellgren Student Fellows for the 2019-2020 academic year. 

Contributing to the university's goal of receiving national recognition for undergraduate excellence, the Chellgren Student Fellows Program is intended to help undergraduate students gain experiences that go beyond the classroom, enabling them to compete successfully for prestigious awards and admittance into graduate and professional programs. 

The 2019-20 Chellgren Fellows are:

  • Amina Addington, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Rachel Brown, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Hannah Cleary, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Hailey Combs, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Sereniti Coulter, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Laura Cuevas Melendez, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Chloe Ditka, College of Education;
  • Melanie Duckworth, College of Engineering;
  • Dean Farmer, Gatton College of Business and Economics;
  • Brennan Faust, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Anna Foose, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Jansen Hammock, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Zoe Hert, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Kayla Holmes, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Paul Holmgren, College of Engineering;
  • Emily Keaton, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Keyarius Kibler, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Peter Koutrodimos, Gatton College of Business and Economics;
  • Elena Liu, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Mikayla Mitchell, Gatton College of Business and Economics;
  • Olivia Morris-Bush, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Lauren Myfelt, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Nadja Nelson, College of Nursing;
  • Nidhiben Patel, College of Nursing;
  • Alyse Ptacek, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Asante Ruiz, College of Arts and Sciences;
  • Reagan Smith, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment;
  • Giovanna Weinman, College of Arts and Sciences; and
  • Emory Wilds, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

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