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CISR editorial assistant wins $28,000 Rotary scholarship to study in South Africa



Katie Sensabaugh, a 2012 justice studies and political science graduate of JMU and an editorial assistant at the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at JMU, was awarded a $28,000 Rotary Ambassadorial scholarship. The award will allow the Shenandoah Valley resident to study community development and conflict resolution in South Africa beginning January 2014. Sensabaugh, 21, has traveled abroad multiple times, including a visit to South Africa in 2010, where her passion for conflict resolution and community development truly started.

CISR editorial assistant wins $28,000 Rotary scholarship to study in South Africa

Katie Sensabaugh, a 2012 justice studies and political science graduate of JMU and an editorial assistant at the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at JMU, was awarded a $28,000 Rotary Ambassadorial scholarship. The award will allow the Shenandoah Valley resident to study community development and conflict resolution in South Africa beginning January 2014. Sensabaugh, 21, has traveled abroad multiple times, including a visit to South Africa in 2010, where her passion for conflict resolution and community development truly started.

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