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15
Oct

Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Attend Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards

Congratulations Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars for being chosen to attend the inaugural Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards last night! That’s right – 40 Scholars from grades 7-12 dressed to the nines to witness Christina Aguilera, Michael Bolton, Chip Carter (for his father the former President Jimmy Carter), and Louisville’s adopted son, Mark Hogg, of WaterStep, received the top awards. What an honor and thrill it was for the Scholars to be invited. We are so proud of them!

 

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26
Apr

Phase 14 Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Wins National Poster Contest

Lincoln Foundation congratulates Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Jose Soto-Hernandez for winning the 2012 International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA) student poster design competition.  Jose, a Phase 14 Scholar, is a senior in the Graphic Communications Management Program at Eastern Kentucky University.  For more information, please visit http://www.technology.eku.edu/insidelook/eku-senior-wins-national-poster-design-award.

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16
Jan

Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Dominique Luster Named 2013 Derby Princess

Congratulations to Phase 15 Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Dominique Luster who was named a 2013 Derby Princess. For more information please visit the following link to the Courier-Journal:  The Royal Buzz – 2013 Derby Princesses.

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11
Jan

In The News – Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Tabitha Awoniyi

Check out this article in the Courier-Journal about 11th Grade Scholar and aspiring broadcaster, Tabitha Awoniyi!

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24
Oct

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer Proclaims Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Day

At the 17th Annual Evening of Jazz held on August 24, 2012, Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher presented Lincoln Foundation President Larry McDonald with a proclamation declaring that day as Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Day.