The Washington, D.C. Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) supports an annual need-based scholarship in the School of Public Affairs. The student chosen to receive the $1,250 scholarship should be enrolled in a degree program in the Department of Justice, Law and Society and reside within the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Scholarship preference will be given to a minority student. The scholarship recipient must maintain satisfactory progress in his/her degree program and agree to perform two years of service in the field of law enforcement upon graduation.
Hometown: Solon, Ohio
Class of 2011
BA/ Law and Society; Spanish Studies
Dan Honold is a junior majoring in Law & Society and Spanish. He is an active member of the AU community, participating in several clubs including the AU Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team. Dan hopes to use his degrees in Law and Spanish to pursue a career in the legal community. He will be furthering his Spanish studies during a semester abroad in Santiago, Chile this coming fall.
Hometown: Paramus, NJ
Class of 2011
Andrew is a sophomore majoring in justice in the School of Public Affairs. He continues to have great academic success and is very involved in ROTC where he is preparing to become a member of the U.S. Army’s aviation combat branch. Upon the completion of his degree and military service, Andrew looks forward to a career in law enforcement.