2001
Alumni (Scholar)

Katherine Dirks

Albert Dorset Penick Jefferson Scholar
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (2001)
M.Phil. Oxford University (2003)
M.A. Columbia University (2005)
J.D. New York University (2008)
Professional Sectors:
Government
Law/Legal Services

Bio:

International Relations Organization, secretary, vice president; Virginia Model United Nations, staff director, committee chair; The Declaration; Madison House, Tutoring Program, Alternative Spring Break, Hoos Against Hunger; Learning Needs and Evaluation Center; Jefferson Literary and Debating Society; University Mediation Services, training director; Virginia International Committee Simulation, moderator, committee chair; Young Women Leadership and Development Program, training facilitator; Golden Key National Honor Society; Raven Society president, Fellowship Committee chair; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kenneth N. and Barbara B. Adatto Scholar; Marshall Scholar; Lawn resident; Phi Beta Kappa, Beta of Virginia Book Award; Echols Scholar.

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