Graduate students who completed intensive summer internships or work projects under the Festa Graduate Leadership Fellowships program pose Dec. 15 with Lorrie Clemo, right, interim provost and vice president of academic affairs. From left are Cala Glatz ’05, M ’11; Alex Klatsky M ’12; Julia Kester ’10, M ’12; David Stone M ’12; and Jessica Korkue M ’12.
Fred Festa ’81, and his wife, Mary Lynn Barbero Festa ’82, provided support for the fellowships, whose stipends of up to $10,000 help underwrite unique, professional leadership experiences in recipients’ fields of interest.
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