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BYU Kennedy Center names 2006-2007 Kennedy Scholars

The David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at Brigham Young University has selected its Kennedy Scholars for the 2006-2007 academic year.

The award is open to all full-time BYU students who embody the aims of the Kennedy Center. Emphasis is placed on students who have an international or global focus, demonstrated through majors, minors, participation in Kennedy Center programs, theses, research projects or internships.

This year’s Kennedy Scholars are:

  • Zachary S. Davis, a senior majoring in international relations and comparative literature

  • Joshua D. Loud, a senior majoring in political science and economics

  • Byron D. Peacock, a senior majoring in political science and German with minors in international development and philosophy.

  • W. Devin Wagstaff, a senior majoring in business with a minor in Spanish. The Kennedy Scholars award covers part- to full-time tuition stipends for two semesters.

    For more information on this and other scholarship opportunities, visit kennedy.byu.edu/student/scholarships.php.

    Writer: Lee Simons

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