Mercyhurst nominates students for Davies-Jackson Scholarship

Mercyhurst College has nominated senior international business major Brittney Hopkins and senior political science major Sean Fedorko for the Davies-Jackson Scholarship, according to Dr. Verna Ehret, director of the college’s Prestigious Awards Program.

The highly competitive Davies-Jackson Scholarship provides two years of graduate study at St. John's College, Cambridge University, in the fields of archaeology and anthropology, classics, economics, English, geography, history, history of art, modern and medieval languages, music, philosophy or social and political sciences.

Hopkins hopes to pursue a graduate degree in economics and Fedorko’s goal is to earn a graduate degree in political science.
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