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Student Receives National Theology Fellowship

23 July 2010 No Comment

For the fourth time in less than a decade, a Wittenberg student has been awarded a prestigious Fund for Theological Education (FTE) Undergraduate Fellowship. Natasha Elliott ’11 is the latest recipient of this competitive scholarship, which recognizes students who have gifts for Elliottleadership and who are exploring ministry as a vocation.

Nominated by The Rev. Rachel S. Tune, Matevia Endowed University Pastor, Elliott will receive $2,000 for tuition, other educational expenses or a self-designed experience related to ministry. Following notification of the award, she attended the 2010 FTE Leaders in Ministry Conference at Boston University School of Theology, June 16-20.

Active in campus ministries and a community volunteer, Elliott plans to use the award to further her interest in interning in Wittenberg, Germany.

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