Keri Brown Receives Tau Sigma Scholarship
Keri Brown, a senior at Eastern Kentucky University has just been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the national chapter of Tau Sigma. Tau Sigma is an academic honor society designed specifically to "recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students."
Keri transferred to EKU in the fall of 2012 from University of Louisville. Her major is biology with a minor in chemistry. Keri’s short-term academic goals are to graduate from EKU in spring 2015 and continue her education with graduate school at Indiana University where she hopes to eventually earn a Master of Science in environmental science with a concentration in energy.
Keri has been an active member of Tau Sigma since fall 2013 and currently serves as vice president of the newly organized EKU Tau Sigma chapter. Keri plans to always carry out the Tau Sigma mission statement: to serve my community and strive for academic excellence. In addition to her service in Tau Sigma Keri is also the president of the EKU Chapter of the Energy Club.
Published on February 25, 2014