The Sabo Scholars are 10 juniors and seniors selected each year who have interest in and a commitment to engagement in the political process, public policy, and/or careers in public service.
Over the course of the year, Sabo Scholars collaborate with Congressman Martin Sabo and Sabo Endowed Chair Garry Hesser to identify and create opportunities for Augsburg students to engage more fully in civic and public life. Sabo Scholars are also involved in shaping the current activities and future direction of the Sabo Center.
For more information, contact Professor Garry Hesser at 612-330-1664 or email@example.com.
Applications for the 2014-2015 academic year will be available in February 2014.
Sabo Scholars 2013–14
Sally Fifield ’14, Sociology
Meredyth Krug ’14, Metro-Urban Studies & Sociology
Zaurean Nickens ’14, Social Work & Sociology
Matthew Schirber ’14, Political Science & Spanish
Maria Shatonova ’14, Economics & Business
Rukia SheikhMohamed ’14, Political Science & International Relations
Mariam Ahmed Ali ’15, International Relations
Fowsia Elmi ’15, Biology & Political Science
Alisha Esselstein ’15, Social Work
Banna Kidane ’15, Computer Science
Taylor Kuramoto ’15, Mathematics
Rachel Shaheen ’15, Biology
Courtney Terry ’15, Sociology