Clay completes AHI Washington Program on National Security
by Halei Lamb | July 26, 2018 1:58 pm
East Georgia State College Correll Scholar Program and political science alumna Brianna Clay recently completed the Alexander Hamilton Institution’s prestigious Washington Program on National Security. She is the second EGSC student to be awarded admittance and to participate in the program. Caitlan Coleman, a political science alumna as well, was EGSC’s first participant. Clay was joined by students from the University of Hawaii, Princeton University, Colgate University, American University, Villanova University, and other institutions.
“Ms. Clay spent two weeks meeting with policy makers, government and military officials, along with other activities,” explained EGSC Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Correll Scholar Advisor, and Political Science Professor Dr. Lee Cheek.
The Annual Washington Program on National Security (WAPONS) is one of the most lauded…
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