2002
Alumni (Scholar)

Nick Jabbour

University of Virginia Club of Washington - Thomas B. Worsley Jefferson Scholar
Silver Spring, Maryland
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (2002)
J.D. Stanford Law School (2005)

Bio:

Madison House, Board of Directors; Circle K Service Club, vice president, president, district convention chair, Distinguished President Award; Learning Needs and Evaluation Center volunteer; Student Council, Legislative Affairs Committee chair; Honor Committee, Honor Counsel; LASE 151 Honor and Ethics seminar facilitator; Grounds for Discussion; Organ Transplant Center, bioethics intern; National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference, Planning Board; Bioethics Society, director; Resident Staff, Brown College head resident; Orthodox Christian Fellowship; Catherine Underwood Memorial Scholarship; Institute for Practical Ethics Grant; David A. Harrison III Research Award; Raven Society; Phi Beta Kappa; Intermediate Honors; Dean’s List; Echols Scholar

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