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Katelyn Moloney recognized as Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year finalist

HOY-2016

Moloney was one of 14 Humanitarian of the Year finalists.

Katelyn Moloney, an undergraduate student in the English Education program, was recognized by President Thrasher as a finalist for the President’s Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year Award. Each school or college selects one student to be the Humanitarian of the Year, a prestigious award that recognizes students who exhibit tremendous commitment to service. Moloney was selected as the College of Education’s Humanitarian of the Year.

A junior from Orlando, Fla., Moloney hopes to influence the next generation of students to continue to affect change. The aspiring English teacher said her goal is to help shape future students to have a humanistic mindset and want to help people. She currently serves with The Alzheimer’s Project via AmeriCorps, an organization that partners with families and provides care and services to people with Alzheimer’s. As an emergent educator, Moloney aims to cultivate humanitarianism among her students.

Moloney was one of 14 students recognized for their tremendous commitment to service at a luncheon Wednesday as part of the annual Humanitarian of the Year program. Of the students honored, one who best exemplifies commitment to service will receive the President’s Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year Award at Leadership Awards Night on April 5.

For more on FSU’s undergraduate students and their commitment to service, check out FSU’s press release.

Photo via Florida State 24/7

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