“I have the ability to explore what I am interested and passionate in, which doesn’t necessarily follow directly what I am studying in my major.”
“The emphasis upon a well-rounded liberal arts education … has given me the opportunity to delve into diverse course offerings.”
“As a 24-year-old Marine Corps Infantryman, covered in tattoos, with a breadth of unique experiences, I was the epitome of a “non-traditional student.” Aside from the vast opportunities that existed in the SFS, it was the community that assured me, despite my non-traditional background, that I would belong too.”
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Mena Mohamed (SFS’20), who hopes to one day help improve America’s refugee system, is one of 62 undergraduates selected from 199 finalists today as 2019 Truman Scholars.
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