Calvin Nellum ’14 was recently chosen as a Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching
Fellow. It’s a national fellows program that prepares science, technology,
engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduates to teach in high-need secondary
The Michigan program is
supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and allows him to attend a Michigan
university—in his case Wayne State University— and participate in an intensive
master’s level education program.
Horsley ’04 is the new reigning Mrs. Georgia America 2014. She was crowned on Sunday,
June 29, in Atlanta. Judging was based
on a composite score calculated from the interview, swimsuit and evening gown.
Each contestant must be married, at least 18 years of age, a US citizen, and a
resident of their state for a minimum of three months.
Mrs. Georgia America 2014 provides Horsley with the opportunity to uplift not
only married women, but families and individuals of all ages in a variety of
ways. Horsley will be competing for Mrs.
America this August in Tucson, Ariz.