INCM Student Nicole Junker named Clendenin Scholar


KENNESAW, Ga. (Jun 9, 2016) — Nicole Junker, a Ph.D. student and Kelly Dumont, a student in the Master of Social Work program, are this year's Clendenin Scholars. The Clendenin Scholars Program awards up to $20,000 a year to high-achieving students pursuing graduate degrees at Kennesaw State.

Junker completed research on human trafficking in the Republic of Moldova for her master's thesis and currently is researching the media impact on trafficking survivors returning from Islamic State-captivity in Iraqi Kurdistan. Her dissertation addresses the importance of creating an adaptable model for the rehabilitation of sex-trafficking victims throughout the world.

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