Ájené Robinson-Burris, Parr Center for Ethics Undergraduate Fellow, was recognized with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at the Chancellor’s Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April 20th. Congratulations!

The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award was established in 1928. This award is bestowed annually upon one man and one woman of the graduating class who have best demonstrated unselfish interest in human welfare. The emphasis of the award is on humanitarian contributions.

Ájené is a McNair Scholar and recently accepted her offer to the Philosophy PhD program at The University of Colorado Boulder. Learn more about Ájené and her interest in Philosophy by reading our Undergraduate Spotlight series.


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