April 13, 2014
College Station, TX-Kindall Stephens ’14, senior environmental design major is Texas A&M’s nomination for the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship. This competition, open to society members entering their first year of graduate or professional study, awards six $15K and 51 $5K fellowships to outstanding applicants. Local chapters are allowed to nominate just one candidate from among local applicants. Stephens also received a $500 scholarship from the local chapter.
As part of her application, Stephens detailed her scholarly and community involvement. She has been active with the American Institute of Architecture Students throughout her college career, including serving as president this year. Locally, Stephens has been involved with Aggie Habitat for Humanity, Fish Camp, and Texas A&M Women’s Club Volleyball (2010-11 National Champions). Her impressive resume was reinforced by detailed letters of recommendation that comment on…
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