O’More Student Kimberly Kelly Earns National Scholarship

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O’More student Kimberly Kelly received a major national scholarship for interior design when she was chosen as one of 13 winners across the country. The Angelo Donghia Foundation student scholarship program launched in 2002 and recognizes applicants entered in their senior year in the Interior Design Bachelors Program. This is the third O’More student to get the award in the past two years.

“Three Donghia Scholarships in two years is exciting validation of our efforts in the department, and an indicator that we are truly in the top tier of America’s interior design programs,” said David Koellein, O’More’s interior design department chair. “We are extremely proud of the work our students are doing.” Kelly competed against 77 project entries for this award. She was the only student from Tennessee to be awarded this year.

Congratulations Kimberly! Way to go!

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