A Kansas University junior has been selected for a prestigious Morris K. Udall scholarship.
Courtney J. Miller, from Portland, Ore., won one of 80 scholarships worth $5,000 each awarded by the Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation.
Miller is majoring in architecture and plans to pursue graduate degrees in programs that combine environmental policy and urban planning. Her career goal is to work on effective housing for American Indian communities.
Two other KU students also received honorable mentions in the competition. They are Nicole M. Hipp, a junior from St. Louis, and Amy L. Hammontree, a sophomore from Overland Park.