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Landscape Architecture student named National Olmsted Scholar

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Angelyque Easley

Penn State landscape architecture student Anjelyque Easley has been selected as the undergraduate 2019 Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) National Olmsted Scholar. She is the first Penn State student to receive the recognition, which comes with a $15,000 prize and is considered the highest honor for students in landscape architecture.

Easley, who just completed her fourth year at Penn State, is slated to graduate with a bachelor of landscape architecture degree in May 2020. She is minoring in Jewish studies and is enrolled in the Holocaust and genocide studies certificate program in the College of the Liberal Arts.

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