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Senior applies leadership lessons toward improving the community

Shastri, a Civic Scholar and Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethic of Service Award honoree, has led a number of high-profile campus initiatives and organizations, including the Mosaic Project and the Social Justice Center.

Bawel committed to serving society’s most vulnerable

Bawel, who is an Annika Rodriguez Scholar and a Gephardt Institute Civic Scholar, plans to attend Stanford University School of Medicine in the fall. She said “I recognized how I could help both individual patients and vulnerable populations through medicine, research and advocacy.”

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