A record 10 ASU students, alumni nominated for Marshall, Rhodes and Mitchell scholarships
A record 10 ASU students and alumni nominated for at least one of the prestigious Marshall, Rhodes and Mitchell scholarships include Fulton Schools student Katie Sue Pascavis, who has a dual major in mechanical engineering and global health. She will graduate in the spring of next year with honors from ASU’s Barrett, The Honors College. Pascavis is the president of the ASU chapter of Engineers Without Borders and the founder of the GlobalResolve Club. If she is selected to receive a Marshall Scholarship, Pascavis plans attend the University of Cambridge and pursue a Master of Philosophy degree in engineering for sustainable development.