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May 12, 2010

Birmingham-Southern College students recognized for service-learning involvement

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Three Birmingham-Southern College students received the Christopher T. Morgan Scholarship Award during the college's 2010 Honors Day Convocation.

The award, which offers assistance to students who 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 Bunting Center for Engaged Study and Community Action provides student leadership and service opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally.

The students are:

Kelly Gronemeyer of Muscle Schoals, a senior biology major in the Harrison Honors Program at BSC and the daughter of Donna Gronemeyer and John Gronemeyer of Granbury, Texas.

Ben Tracy of Atlanta, Ga., a junior urban environmental studies major in the Harrison Honors Program at BSC and the son of Patrick and Cindy Tracy.

Charlsie Wigley of Anniston, a junior English major and the daughter of Charles and Kimberly Wigle.

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