10 CoLA students selected for Women's Civic Institute
February 28, 2013
Ten of the 18 students recently chosen to participate in SIU's Women's Civic Institute hail from the College of Liberal Arts. The 3 undergraduates are: Phi Le, junior in psychology; Kelsey Cruse, also a junior in psychology, and Adaline Tucker, sophomore in political science. The 7 graduate students are: Mallary Allen, sociology; Deidra Davis, environmental resources and policy; Michelle Fletcher, public administration; Faith Ritchie, also public administration; Shiloh Deitz, sociology; Yurino Kawashima, also sociology, and Melva Treviño-Pena, geography and environmental resources.
The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education selected 50 lead institutions for the national Civic and Democratic Learning Initiative. SIU was chosen from among 1,400 member institutions to participate in the program on the basis of the University's outstanding work to advance service initiatives. CoLA's own Roudy Hildreth, department of political science, co-directs the Center for Service Learning and Volunteerism here on campus. http://cslv.siu.edu/