Multi-Ethnic Programs
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Seattle, WA 98119
Phone: 206-281-2598
Fax: 206-281-2333

 

Multi-Ethnic Programs

Ames Scholarship

Meet the Newest Ames Scholars


Since the Ames Scholarship program was established at Seattle Pacific University in 2001, 117 students have been offered Ames Scholarships. The first Scholars to graduate became part of the SPU Class of 2005.

 

Below:
Meet the newest Ames Scholars, a group of young leaders who will one day be part of the SPU Class of 2020.

Samuel Agyei

Samuel Agyei

High School: Cascade High School, Everett
Hometown: Accra, Ghana
Intended Major: Engineering
Isaiah Simpson-Bradford

Isaiah Simpson-Bradford

High School: The Classical Academy
Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
Intended Major: Mechanical Engineering
Jaiana Brown

Jaiana Brown

High School: Kentridge Senior High School
Hometown: Seattle, WA
Intended Major: Business and Nutrition
Darian Burns

Darian Burns

High School: Druid Hills High School
Hometown: Stone Mountain, GA
Intended Major: Urban Studies
Faithe Gray

Faithe Gray

High School: Metlakatla High School
Hometown: Metlakatla, Alaska
Intended Major: Physiology
Dafne Hernandez-Banderas

Dafne Hernandez-Banderas

High School: Los Altos High School
Hometown: Mountain View, CA
Intended Major: Sociology
Miriam McBride

Miriam McBride

High School: Lincoln High School
Hometown: Tacoma, WA
Intended Major: Sociology
Kevin McKee

Kevin McKee

High School: Urban Prep Academy
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Intended Major: Psychology
Trevon Rathbun

Trevon Rathbun

High School: Mount Tahoma
Hometown: Suquamish and Tacoma, WA
Intended Major: Applied Human Biology
Nathan Samayo

Nathan Samayo

High School: Washington High School
Hometown: Tacoma, WA
Intended Major: Apparel Design