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Casey Dakus, Annie Lu, Schetema Nealy, and Kaela Palmer
Honors: Casey Dakus, Annie Lu, Schetema Nealy, and Kaela Palmer
Casey Dakus (Fine Arts), Annie Lu, (Business), Schetema Nealy (Sciences), and Kaela Palmer (Liberal Arts) have been chosen to receive the spring 2018 Southwest Travel Awards. They were selected from almost 100 student applicants.
Recipients of the awards receive a round-trip travel voucher from Southwest Airlines to allow them to travel to a conference or event related to their studies.
Dakus, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree from the College of Fine Arts, will be attending the Music Teachers National Association National Conference/National Classical Singing Competition in Orlando, Florida.
Lu, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree from the Lee Business School, will be attending the Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference Competition in Washington, D.C.
Nealy, who is a doctoral student in the College of Sciences, will be attending the American Chemical Society’s National Meeting & Exposition in New Orleans.
Palmer, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree from the College of Liberal Arts, will be attending the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual convention in Denver.
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