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CBSC Program featured in Campus Life Newsletter

The University Learning Community, a pilot effort lead by Emory built in many ways on the principles core to the CBSC Fellows Program, was featured in the July 2018 Campus Life newsletter.  

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The 2018 CBSC Fellows, partners and two alumni enjoyed a luncheon hosted by Emory President Claire Sterk on July 22nd, 2018.  All discussed the work of the CBSC and its' connections to both the Emory mission and the growth of new leaders.

Emory CBSC Fellows selected for highly competitive awards.



Jason Sell, 2016 CBSC Fellow and 2017 Second Year Fellow, was selected as one of four Emory students for the Robert T. Jones Scholarship.  

Via this "Bobby Jones Scholarship" opportunity, Jason will study next year at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.  Read about this great award in the Emory Report article.  



Caroline Nwanze, 2017 CBSC Fellow, has been selected for the two year Woodruff and Whitehead Foundations' Fellowship.  

Caroline will work within the foundations for two years after graduation in May, learning about the foundations' work and better understanding the important role of philanthropy in our most pressing community needs.  


Emory Report:  CBSC Fellowship offers a blueprint for social change


Two CBSC Fellows were named as part of the inaugural class of the Emory Alumni Association's 40 Under 40.

Congratulations to Amanda K. Edwards and Maria Town for this well-deserved recognition.