Honors News

Megan Anderson smiles at the camera. Her hair is up and she is wearing a light colored button up
Seminole State College of Florida student Megan Anderson’s passion for her community is being recognized. Anderson was among the 290 students across the nation to be selected as a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow.
Alys Averette working in a NASA lab wearing a white lab coat and holding a bottle full of liquid.
Two Grindle Honors Institute students have had exceptional success as they begin their journey into their respective STEM fields. Emily Gearhart and Alys Averette both pursued their love of science to great success this year.
An image of Seminole State College Alum Isa Adney.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholar Isa Adney is a published author whose stories inspire readers to keep moving toward their dreams.
Seminole State College's Alumna Juliana Rodriguez Bohorquez
After earning the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship in 2015, Juliana Rodriguez Bohorquez is now working her way through Howard University medical school towards her dream.
Daniel Leon Davis, standing beside a white and red pole in a white basement room, is a champion for social change.
In the middle of one of the most hotly contested social movements in recent history, you’ll find Daniel Leon-Davis, co-founder and partner of The Soze Agency, which works to shift the narrative that creates positive culture and drives change forward.
Two women standing together for a picture as the 2019 JKC scholarship winners.
Hayley Allison Furman and Jane Marie Lozada Foster were awarded the Jack Kent Cooke (JKC) Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship – worth up to $40,000 a year.

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