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BY KEVIN MOE

Amanda Donohue-Hansen (left) and Brea Turner, two Carlson School undergraduates, were honored with the prestigious Scholarly Excellence in Equity and Diversity (SEED) award at a special ceremony in November. The award, given out by the Office for Equity and Diversity at the University of Minnesota, honors individuals who demonstrate a deep commitment to equity, diversity, and social justice through their academic work and service to the community.
        “I feel immense gratitude that my personal background, unique experiences, and accomplishments have contributed to enriching the dialogue and student profile at the University of Minnesota,” Donohue-Hansen says. “The University defines diversity by many dimensions and my personal background and experiences have contributed to my diverse mindset.”
        Turner says she has explored the many ways that diversity can bring positive events and outcomes to people’s lives throughout her college career. “I seek diversity not only in race and religion, but also in thought and leadership,” she says. “My curiosity leads me to explore diversity in business, my community, and the world.”

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