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Meet the 2017-2018 Clark Society Scholars

17-18 Clark Scholars

Nominated by TCU faculty and staff, Clark Society Scholars are senior students who represent the University with the highest degree of character, leadership and sense of service. Clark scholarships are made possible by gifts to the Clark Society Endowed Scholarship Fund. First awarded in 1999, the scholarship has supported 68 students thus far. Clark Scholars continue to represent TCU as they serve their alma mater, profession and communities. Join us in celebrating this year's outstanding recipients! 

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Kevin "Paka" Davis
Paka is a senior sociology major from Volcano, Hawaii. He is a member of the TCU Football Team, TCU Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the TCU Acapella Society, the Horned Tones. One of Paka’s nominators said “his best attribute is his willingness to give of himself, to be of help and to mentor others.”

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Sarah Schad
Sarah, a senior psychology major from Richland Hills, Texas. She is a hall crew leader, the president of Psi Chi and a research assistant in the Psychology Department. Sarah’s nominator said she is “enthusiastic, learns quickly and is eager to make the most of every opportunity offered.”

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Michael Drake
Michael is a senior finance and entrepreneurial management double-major from Naperville, Illinois. He is a member of Frog Aides, Student Foundation and serves as president of Beta Theta Pi. His nominator says “his dedication to experiencing as much as he can and then paying it forward is one of his best attributes.”

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Kamryn is currently studying abroad in Paris.

Kamryn Schropp
Kamryn is a senior marketing major from Leawood, Kansas. She is a member of the Chi Omega executive council, a small group leader for KLIFE and a member of Neeley Fellows. Kamryn’s nominator said she is “an extraordinary, values-centered student who has excelled in working with other students in teams and other interactive activities.”

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Emily Hopkins
Emily is a senior child development major from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is a resident assistant, a member of the Chancellor’s Leadership Program and is a weekly volunteer with ACH Child and Family Services. Her nominator says Emily “consistently demonstrates the effort it takes to make a difference in the lives of students.”

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Julia Zellers
Julia a senior double-major in economics and political science from Monument, Colorado. She is a chapter resident assistant for her sorority, a member of the student cabinet for the John V. Roach Honors College and a delegate for the Model United Nations team. One of her nominators said Julia is “a leader among her peers and a great mentor to younger students.”

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