Udall Undergraduate Scholarship

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Amber H. Berg
Kansas State University
Environment

Amber Berg is a regional and community planning major at Kansas State University, with a secondary major in natural resources and environmental sciences. She is one of the executive members of Students for Environmental Action and the vice president of the Student Planning Association. In these positions, she empowers her peers to make positive environmental change in their lives and on campus. Amber is also the co-founder and student intern of the Manhattan Nonviolence Initiative, which drives her personal philosophy that environmental action can be taken by everyone in everything they do. When she isn’t busy with school or work, Amber enjoys running and painting.

NAME STATE
Dominic J. Acri Pennsylvania
Mathew T. Bain Montana
Augustine J. Beard Oregon
Amber H. Berg Kansas
Casey E. Brayton South Carolina
Chad J. Brown New Mexico
Bryce Cracknell North Carolina
Rachel G. Dickson Montana
Devin M. Domeyer Maine
Grace F. Fuchs Ohio
Shreya Ganeshan Georgia
Celina C. Gray Montana
Tomas W. Green Washington
Skye M. Hart Louisiana
Katelynne N Johnson New Mexico
Ashleigh A. Jugan Massachusetts
Kiloaulani E. Kaawa-Gonzales Hawaii
Emma Kincade Oklahoma
Ashley N. Lewis Washington
Tamee E. Livermont South Dakota
Kimberly Lopez Castellanos New York
Maizy T. Ludden New York
Amina Ly North Carolina
Jamani A. Montague New Jersey
Sabrina R. Myoda Delaware
Mackenzie L. Neal Virginia
Vincent J. O'Leary West Virginia
David Perez Florida
Emily Plumage South Dakota
Dejah R. Powell Illinois
Jade Rhoads New York
Matthew A. Salm Wisconsin
Talia J. Schmitt Virginia
Lina L. Schulmeisters Florida
Dominic Scicchitano Pennsylvania
Celina M. Scott-Buechler Arizona
Tal Y. Shutkin Ohio
Aaron M. Silberman Texas
Cheyenne M. Siverly Alaska
Madelyn M. Smith Louisiana
Krti Tallam California
Rory W. Taylor Minnesota
Anne Thomas Idaho
Megan J. Tom Arizona
Tarlynn N. Tone-Pah-Hote Connecticut
Michelle Torelli Pennsylvania
Megan R. Tyminski Missouri
Aaron F. Weckstein District of Columbia
Elizabeth F. Wilkes Georgia
Daniel K. Wu Michigan