“These students possess the academic talent, dedication to service and the leadership skills that makes them highly qualified for this program,” Chancellor Glen D. Johnson said. “Through this program, they will learn the importance of succeeding in a global economy. We will look forward to these students returning home and sharing with their campuses what they have learned.”
Christner is a junior studying mathematics with minors in history, statistics and Spanish at SWOSU. She plans to earn her master’s degree in education so she can teach English and math in the United States and around the world.
Hill is a senior studying cellular biology at NSU. After earning a bachelor’s degree, she hopes to attend medical school in Oklahoma.
Richardson is a senior majoring in mathematics at Langston. She plans to be a math teacher in secondary education. While teaching, she will work toward a master’s degree in higher education administration with the goal of becoming a high school principal.
Strecker is a senior studying public relations with a minor in speech communications at Cameron. She plans to attend law school at the University of Oklahoma. Her career goals are to work in corporate public relations, acting as both the public relations representative and in-house legal council.
Vernon is a senior studying liberal arts with an emphasis in English at RSU. She plans to earn her master’s and doctoral degrees in English and work in higher education.