Senior wins criminology society scholarship

Congratulations to ‘Berg senior Mya White, who is the recipient of an academic scholarship from the national criminology honorary, Alpha Psi Sigma.

Mya has received the Dr. Regina B. Shearn Scholarship, which honors the first executive director of Alpha Phi Sigma. The scholarship was established in 2001.

A psychology and criminology double major, Mya will receive a scholarship of $1,500, based on academic performance, leadership, service, a personal statement and three letters of support. Currently, she is serving as the president of Pi Delta Pi, Heidelberg’s criminology honorary. The group inducted its first class of students earlier this semester.

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