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OLPD graduate students win awards to further support their research

Three students from the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development (OLPD) have won various awards to further support of their research.

Millicent Adjei (M.A. student, comparative and international developmental education) has received a Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle Award to support her master's thesis research in Ghana.

Elizabeth Greene, (Ph.D. student, comparative and international developmental education), has received a Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle Award to support her doctoral research in Zambia.

Christina Kwauk, (Ph.D. student, comparative and international developmental education), has received a Graduate School Thesis Research Fellowship to support her doctoral research in Samoa and American Samoa.

Congratulations to all!

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