Christopher B. Gamble Undergraduate Service to Penn State Award

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Casey Sennett ’23
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Christopher B. Gamble Undergraduate Service to Penn State Award

Casey Sennett is a fourth-year Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Scholar pursuing an integrated undergraduate-graduate (IUG) program in Anthropology. She will graduate in 2023 with a master’s degree in Anthropology as well as bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology, Jewish Studies, and History, with minors in Middle Eastern Studies, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and Global and International Studies and certificates in Museum Studies and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Casey serves as a Lion Ambassador, a Schreyer Honors Orientation mentor, and an ambassador for both the College of the Liberal Arts and Schreyer Honors College. She is a member of the Paterno Fellows’ Student Advisory Board, and she works as a public speaking mentor, a research assistant in the Jewish Studies program, a student assistant in the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network, and an intern with the Centre County Planning and Community Development Office.  

The Christopher B. Gamble Undergraduate Service to Penn State Award recognizes a College of the Liberal Arts undergraduate who has made significant contributions of time and talent to the college and/or the University. The contribution shall be judged on the basis of demonstrated commitment and dedication to enhancing the objectives of the college and/or the University.

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