Karissa Yamaguchi Selected for Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship

Congratulations to Karissa Yamaguchi ’19 on earning this accolade!

Karissa was highly involved in LAUNCH as an Undergraduate Research Ambassador, member of the Academy of Undergraduate Researchers Across Texas, Undergraduate Leadership Scholar, and an Honors Fellows graduate. Karissa was recognized as the Phi Kappa Phi Texas A&M University Outstanding Junior in 2018 (in addition to being selected as the Outstanding Junior for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences) as well as with the Brown-Rudder award in 2019, the highest honor bestowed on a graduating senior at Texas A&M University.

Phi Kappa Phi at Texas A&M University

College Station, TX – 2019 genetics graduate Karissa Yamaguchi ’19, the 2018 Texas A&M University Outstanding Junior and 2019 chapter nominee to the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship, has been awarded one of 53 fellowships worth $8500. Congratulations!

To see Yamaguchi’s full bio, please visit her nomination announcement.

Karissa Yamaguchi 19, 2019 ΦΚΦ Graduate Fellowship winner

MORE ABOUT THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI
FOUNDED IN 1897 AND HEADQUARTERED IN BATON ROUGE, LA., THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI IS THE NATION’S OLDEST AND MOST SELECTIVE COLLEGIATE HONOR SOCIETY FOR ALL ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES. THE SOCIETY’S MISSION IS “TO RECOGNIZE AND PROMOTE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN ALL FIELDS OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TO ENGAGE THE COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS IN SERVICE TO OTHERS.” SINCE ITS FOUNDING, MORE THAN 1 MILLION MEMBERS HAVE BEEN INITIATED. SOME OF THE ORGANIZATION’S MORE NOTABLE MEMBERS INCLUDE FORMER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ROBERT M. GATES, NASA…

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