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Carter Attends Truman Scholars Gathering

Tracey Carter Head ShotDr. Tracey Carter, assistant professor of law and the director of academic success within Belmont University’s College of Law, recently attended the single largest gathering of national Truman Scholars in the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation’s 40 year history. The Truman Scholar Reception took place on November 16 at Gracie Mansion in New York City in celebration of public service and was hosted by Mayor Bill de Blasio, a 1981 Truman Scholar. In addition to Carter, more than 500 Truman Scholars attended the event in celebration of the Foundation’s 40th Anniversary.

The Truman Foundation is “The Presidential Memorial to Public Service” and it inspires and supports “Americans to pursue lives that emulate in spirit that of President Truman’s – to become honorable leaders who serve.” With the Truman Scholarship, considered “the preeminent fellowship for aspiring public service leaders in the United States,” the Truman Foundation supports Americans like Carter who demonstrated a commitment to public service at a young age.

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