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Student Spotlight: FHSU’s Kelly Nuckolls

FHSU's Kelly Nuckolls

FHSU’s Kelly Nuckolls

Kelly Nuckolls, a senior at Fort Hays State University and a student member of ADP’s Implementation Committee, has been recognized nationally as one of 180 2013 Newman Civic Fellows by Campus Compact.

The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors inspiring college student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country. Fellows are recommended by their college or university presidents and the awards are made in memory of Frank Newman.

According to the award notification, “Nuckolls creates programs and events to involve students and the surrounding community in becoming aware of taking action to combat hunger. Her passion for this work has positioned her as a leader on and off campus.”

Nuckolls has been involved in numerous organizations including the Global Leadership Project, American Democracy Project, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Universities Fighting World Hunger Eighth Food Summit, Up ‘Til Dawn, Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society and Student Government Association.

Kelly Nuckolls is deeply involved in awareness and action for local, national, and global hunger. For two years she has been the coordinator for the Global Leadership Project. Through her position, Kelly creates programs and events to involve students and the surrounding community in becoming aware and taking action to combat hunger. Her passion for this work has positioned her as a leader on and off campus.

Congratulations, Kelly!

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