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Student Ambassadors represent Carson-Newman at S.C. conference

Rachel Gillespie, Caitlin Henry, Justin Barton, Taylor Satterfield and Chelsea Buchanan prepare to travel to the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (ASAP) District III Conference in Charleston, S.C. The five are representatives of Carson-Newman’s Student Ambassador Association. The students will join some 500 other student leaders and advisors from universities and colleges spanning from Florida to Kentucky. Student Ambassadors serve as student leaders to promote the University and its alumni. As members of ASAP,  the group will lead a session on Student Philanthropy during the conference. Satterfield serves as this year’s Tennessee representative. The conference runs from Thursday, Feb. 6 through Saturday, Feb. 8.

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