Ashlie Koehn, an undergraduate in Environmental Studies, Economics, and Global and International Studies from Burns, Kansas was recognized in the 2016 KU Chancellor Report as one of "the best of KU." The report covered a variety of faculty, students, staff and international researchers who help contribute to the mission of KU in educating leaders, building healthy communities. and making discoveries that change the world.
Koehn has received both the Udall and Truman Scholarships. Udall Scholars are chosen for their commitment to studying and protecting the environment and receive up to $5,000 for undergraduate study. Truman scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate study and have opportunities to develop leadership skills and prepare for careers in public service.
Congratulations to Ashley for her outstanding achievements and for being named one of the "best" of KU! Click on the link here for the section of the Chancellor's Report on "Recognizing the best of KU" featuring Koehn and five other distinguished undergraduates.