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Northeastern University’s Truman Scholar pushes forward environmental justice

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Amara Ifeji, a third-year political science student at Northeastern University, was one of only a select few students in the country who was named a 2023 Harry S. Truman Scholar this week.

Every year, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation selects college students from across the U.S. who have committed themselves to public service to receive the scholarship. It provides an opportunity for them to continue that passion in graduate and law school programs. This year, out of 705 candidates, the foundation selected 62 Truman Scholars from 60 institutions, including Ifeji.

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