Blake receives National Fellowship
Tresavoya Blake, a UW-Green Bay junior majoring in Democracy and Justice Studies and History, has been accepted into the National Undergraduate Fellowship Program (NUFP) offered by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). The goal of the NUFP program is to increase the number of historically underrepresented professionals into students affairs and higher education. Blake will spend the next year learning about various components of higher education from admissions to diversity and inclusion. She will also be eligible for various scholarships, professional development opportunities and internships. During this yearlong fellowship, she will be mentored by Dr. Justin Mallett, director of diversity. The NUFP fellowship is offered to only a select number of students throughout the United States and congratulations to Tresavoya Blake for being a recipient of this prestigious honor.