NATCHITOCHES – Ashleigh Daniels, a history major from Marthaville, has been awarded a 2016 Louisiana Police Jury Association Scholarship. The $500 scholarship will support Daniels as she works toward a degree.
“I am paying for school on my own, so this scholarship is important to me,” said Daniels, who has a 3.97 grade point average. “To get this kind of recognition for the work I have done so far means a great deal to me.”
In addition to excelling academically, Daniels is assistant editor of The Potpourri, Northwestern State’s yearbook, and a member of the Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra where she plays viola. Daniels is a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of Omega and Demons Support Demons.
“College is something you only do once so I feel like to get the most value, you should take advantage of every available opportunity,” said Daniels. “The real life experience you get means so much. At first, I didn’t want to get involved, but once I started, it added so much to my college experience.”
Daniels will graduate in May and hopes to begin law school this fall.
Ashleigh Daniels, a history major from Marthaville, has been awarded the 2016 Louisiana Police Jury Association Scholarship. NSU President Dr. Jim Henderson joined members of the history faculty in congratulating Daniels. Shown, front from left, are Dr. Kathleen Smith, Henderson, Daniels, Dr. Jeffrey Smith, Dr. Chris Gilson, and Dr. Kent Hare and, back from left, Dr. Charles Pellegrin, Dr. James MacDonald and Dr. Greg Granger.