FMU honors students travel to Washington, D.C.
FLORENCE, S.C. – Students in Francis Marion University’s Honors Program traveled to Washington, D.C., Nov. 16-19, for an educational trip.
Six faculty members and 36 students visited the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Washington Monument, the Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Capitol, the White House and Arlington National Cemetery.
Two FMU honors students, Mike Berry of Columbia and Amanda Eckert of Honolulu, Hawaii, were selected for Washington internships through the University of South Carolina Honors College internship program. Berry interned in Rep. John Spratt’s office and Eckert will intern during the spring 2001 semester.
Students who went on the honors trip, by hometown, are:
ANDREWS – Lindsay Byrd
CHARLESTON – Pamela Jones
CHERAW – Melanie Lansburg
CLOVER – Charity Wilson
CONWAY – Nicole Burnside, Raydeenya Gamble, Carman Graham
COWARD – April McGee, Joshua Pate
DARLINGTON – Eddie Thomas
DILLON – Shenek Heyward
FLORENCE – Tanna Hicks, Sydney Kale, Stephanie Lewis, Steve Matthews, Beth McDowell, Kalpana Patel, Rod Ruth, Odette Saleeby, Gayden Tyler, Chris Wilcox, April Williams
HARTSVILLE – Shay Pierce
JOHNSONVILLE – Jessica Goins, Tiffany Prosser
NORTH AUGUSTA – Matt Drago
PATRICK – Kevin O’Neal
RUBY – Will Horne
SALTERS – Catherine Spivey
SUMMERVILLE – Joey Sorrow
TIMMONSVILLE – Wes Ward
HAWAII – Amanda Eckert of Honolulu, Hawaii
NORTH CAROLINA – Christopher Blackwell of Matthews, N.C.
OHIO — Johnathan Becker of Fairfield, Ohio; Amanda Simon of Mason, Ohio; Colleen Thorndike of Beavercreek, Ohio
#84 / 11-20-00