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Political Science and International Studies Major, Leadership Studies and French Minors
"My internship was in a rural part of central Ghana. I was employed by the National Center for Civic Education, and during my down time, I taught in a kindergarten classroom and coached a soccer team of young women. The Morse Scholarship covered my trip costs and my living expenses. Soccer is a huge part of Ghanaian culture, and thanks to the Morse Scholarship, I was able to co-found the very first soccer team for girls in the central Ghana area. I am optimistic that the creation of this team will ignite a trend of empowerment of women through sports all across the beautiful country."
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Garrett Wilkinson (left)
Microbiology, Nutritional Science, and Gerontology
"The Morse Scholarship allowed me to travel to Narayanpur, Nepal with the Open World Cause, a non-profit organization that works to establish cross-cultural partnerships and extend educational opportunities to students around the world. In Narayanpur, our team was able to collect media documentation of a new school, distribute technology to the school's teachers, issue demographic questionnaires, distribute water filters to students' families, and collect assessment data from previous classes of students under the school's teachers in other areas of Nepal. Summer projects like this are hard for most students to pursue, as they both cost money and don't allow for working a summer job. The Morse Scholarship made it possible for me to pursue what I am passionate about without any worry for my financial capabilities during the upcoming semester."
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Analyzing the Successes of Rural Bilingual Education in Nepal
CommunityCORE: Bookmobile and Lunchbox, an Exercise in Rural Engagement.
Ross M. Allen
CommunityCORE: A Case Study and Reflection on Community Development in Rural, Northeast Kansas
Know It & Grow It! Empowering and Educating Youth in Wilson, Kansas through Gardening
Finding My Passion: A Compilation of An Internship For the ARC of Sedgwick County
Camp Pocono Trails 2011: Counseling at a Weight Loss Camp
Human Connection and Social Development: Lessons Learned From A Summer in Ghana
Connecting Community Service to Careers in Public Service
Educating Young Consumers Through Debate on Global Issues: A Summer Experience with the United Nations Foundation. UnivArch QC903 .H36 2008
Short-Term Consumer Cash Loans: Looking Backwards and Forwards. UnivArch HG3755 .S26 2007.
Truth-In-Voting: Election Reform and the Manhattan Community. UnivArch KF4904 .R66 2006.
Sonya L. Britt
[Family Financial Behaviors]. UnivArch HG179 .B738 2005
Public Administration Challenges of the 'Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement's' Notification Provision. UnivArch K3631 .C37 2004
The Adoption and Safe Families Act: A Qualitative Analysis of Daily Practice. UnivArch HD875.55 .B87 2003
Sharit M. Kelley
Client Feedback Program [Marriage and Family Therapy, Dept. of Family Studies and Human Services]. UnivArch RC488.5 .K45 2002
Debra M. Sellers
The Intergenerational Creative Arts Project [Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community]. UnivArch HM726 .S45 2002
Theresa M. Foster
Integrating a Financial Counseling Center into the Family Center on the Campus of Kansas State University. UnivArch HG179 .F67 2001
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