2012 Newman Civic Fellows
Eleven North Carolina Students Selected!

Congratulations to the 2012 Newman Civic Fellows from North Carolina!


Adel Wilks, Catawba Valley Community College

Kaneisha Gaston, Davidson College
Will Brummett, Elon University

Matthew Troy, Greensboro College

Alexa Crawford, High Point University
Monserrat Alvarez, Meredith College

Desiree Parker, North Carolina Central University

Craig Smith, Stanly Community College

Jacob Huffman,  UNC Charlotte
Beau Ohlgren, Warren Wilson College
R. Anderson Miller, Western Carolina University

Campus Compact's member college and university presidents from across the country have nominated 162
college student leaders for the 2012 class of Newman Civic Fellows. These students are demonstrating a personal commitment to creating lasting change for the better in their communities. Through service, community-based research, and advocacy, the 2012 class of Newman Civic Fellows are making the most of their college experiences to better understand themselves and the root causes of some of the most pressing social issues that challenge us all.


As a Newman Civic Fellow, these students will join a network of Fellows around the country. Together - sharing ideas and tools through online networking - the Fellows will leverage an even greater capacity for service and change, and will continue to set examples for their classmates and others.


"Dr. Frank Newman, a founder of Campus Compact, had a tremendous impact on American education and its role in the development of citizens who are eager and prepared to make a difference," explains Campus Compact President Maureen Curley. "He dedicated his life to creating systemic change through education reform and this new group of Newman Civic Fellows would have inspired him. They are reflections and affirmations of his life's work."

Learn more about the Newman Civic Fellows here.
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