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U student named Air Force ROTC Cadet of the Year

The College of Social and Behavioral Science is proud to congratulate Natalie Stephens, a senior majoring in Criminology, for being named the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) Cadet of the Year for 2022 as chosen by the Navy Federal Credit Union’s ROTC All-American Scholarship Program. Stephens is one of three cadets selected from 15 national finalists representing Air Force, Army and Navy/Marines ROTC programs. Congratulations Natalie!

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Last Updated: 1/11/23