Huy Huynh selected as Clendenin Fellow

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Huy Huynh, PhD student and the School's graduate committee student representative, is a recipient of the 2010 Clendenin Fellowship. These endowed Fellowships are awarded from Kennesaw State University to its alumni who are pursuing graduate studies.

A prestigious scholarship offered at Kennesaw State University (KSU), the Clendenin Graduate Fellows is the first graduate fellowship program of its kind at KSU. The Program seeks to attract outstanding individuals interested in earning a master’s or doctoral degree with financial awards of $3,000 - $15,000.

In an effort to expand and add more specialized professionals to its faculty, chosen candidates may be invited to teach at KSU for a minimum of two years after receiving their doctorate. The element of having the opportunity to teach at KSU gives the recipient the opportunity to give back to the university while KSU is given the opportunity to enhance its campus with specialized professionals. The Clendenin Fellowships were first awarded in June 2009 to six recipients. In June 2010, eight new Fellows have been selected.


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  • Created By: nmcleish3
  • Created: 03/29/2017
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  • Modified: 03/29/2017


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