ACU selects 2000 Jack Pope Fellows
For Immediate Release
April 24, 2000
Jamie Milstead, Media Relations Specialist
Nine ACU students were recently selected to serve as Jack Pope Fellows for their junior and senior years.
The Jack Pope Fellows Program is dedicated to promoting public service and Christian leadership. It was named for Judge Jack Pope, a former Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court and an alumnus of Abilene Christian University.
Each Pope Fellow receives up to a $5,000 scholarship and earns a minor designed to prepare them for a career in public service.
The following students are Pope Fellows for the 2000-2001 school year: Patrick Buhrmann, sophomore a broadcast journalism major from Abilene; Amanda Culp, sophomore political science major from Abilene; Amanda Dillon, sophomore political science/human communication major from Fort Worth; Chandra Ford, sophomore political science major from Clarendon; Ashley Kilburn, sophomore journalism major from; Oleg Kryuchik, sophomore bible text major from Kharkov, Ukraine; Karen Nuccio, sophomore communication sciences and disorders major from Billerica, Mass.; Caleb Potter, sophomore social work major from Bedford; and Rena Seay, sophomore communication major from Abilene.
If you are a member of the media who would like more information about this release, please contact Tom Craig, director of media and community relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 915-674-2692 (cell phone: 665-5469).