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May 10, 2007

Birmingham-Southern College students recognized for service-learning involvement

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Five Birmingham-Southern College students received the Christopher T. Morgan Scholarship Award during the college's 2007 Honors Day Convocation.

The award, which offers assistance to students who plan to participate in service-learning projects while in college, was established in 1998 in memory of Morgan, a 1990 Birmingham-Southern graduate who died of cancer. As a student, Morgan was actively involved with service-learning trips to Bolivia and Zimbabwe and with ministries on campus at Yeilding Chapel.

The BSC Service-Learning Program provides student leadership and service opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally.

The students, listed by hometown, are:

Elizabeth Heck of Homewood, a junior psychology major and the daughter of Dr. Louis and Nancy Heck.

Miriam Smith of Mountain Brook, a junior English major and the daughter of Nathan and Nancy Smith.

BOAZ: Mary Wilson, a junior religion major and the daughter of Dr. David Lee and Mary Lynne Wilson.

GADSDEN: Katelyn Wilson, a senior psychology major and the daughter of David and Paula Wilson.

HARRISBURG, Pa: Emma Corey, a junior religion major and the daughter of John and Jean Corey.

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