Humanistic Studies Certificate Student and HUM Mentor Honored for Service

February 7, 2020
Emma Coley '20

Emma Coley ’20, concentrating in Religion with certificates in Humanistic Studies, Urban studies, and Ethnographic studies, received the 2019 A. James Fisher, Jr. Memorial Award.

Given in honor of A. James Fisher, Jr. ’36, the award is presented each year to a Princeton senior who best exemplifies the qualities for which Mr. Fisher is remembered: an entrepreneurial spirit, zest for life, love of people, and loyalty to Princeton through their work in the realm of civic engagement.

Coley, a HUM Mentor and a member of the Behrman Undergraduate Society of Fellows, was honored for her dedication to various service programs as well as for her creative and innovative approach to projects, such as the Princeton Asylum Project.

Read about the full story on the PACE Center for Civic Engagement homepage.

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