Alumni (Scholar)

James Kozloski

Deborah and Eli W. Tullis Jefferson Scholar
Class: 1992
Hometown: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (1992)
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania (1999)
Professional Sector:
Research/Science

First Year Council Representative; Madison House, Adopt-A-Grandparent Program, Program Director; Amnesty International, Publicity and Fund-Raising Coordinator; Hope House Volunteer; University Journal, Contributor-Editorials; Jefferson Society, Probationary Committee, Literary Contest, Second Place Fiction; First Year Council Literary Contest, Honorable Mention; C.S. Lewis Society, Co-President, President; U.Va. Hunger Clean-Up Team Leader; Raven Society; Intermediate Honors; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa; English Department Distinguished Majors Program; Echols Scholar

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