Noah Crafts and Anne Hardin Awarded Stamps President's Scholarship
Posted October 28, 2019
Noah Crafts, an International Affairs & Modern Languages major, and Anne Hardin, a Public Policy & Business Administration major, have been awarded Stamps President’s Scholarships for the remainder of their time at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The Stamps President’s Scholars Program emphasizes freshmen full scholarships, but also awards a few scholarships to second or third year students, such as Crafts and Hardin, who have distinguished themselves in academics and in leadership and service. Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Associate Professor Jenna Jordan noted that the Program is an especially competitive scholarship that provides students with generous support.
Crafts recently interned with Taiwan Security Research, and Hardin interned at Senator Johnny Isakon’s office during the summer. Congratulations to Noah and Anne on this accolade recognizing their outstanding achievements at Georgia Tech thus far.
The School of Public Policy, and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs are part of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.
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