Scholarships mean professional networking opportunities for four MU students

Four Manchester University students will network with environmental professionals as recipients of $500 scholarships from the Central Indiana Technical and Environmental Societies (CITES). The students will attend the annual meeting and symposium of the professional organization on April 26 at Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis.

Recipients: junior Kirsten Hart-Hults, environmental studies and natural history major from Indianapolis; sophomore Collin Huffine, environmental studies and natural history major from Richmond, Ind.; junior Nathan Patterson, environmental studies major from Silver Lake, Ind.; and sophomore Jacob Segraves of Plymouth, Ind.

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March 2014

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