Four Martin School students visit D.C. over spring break, participate in SEC in DC
This spring break, a group of students in UK's Student Government Association traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in SEC in DC, a conference where student governments from SEC schools network and advocate on behalf of their students' interests. UK students got to meet with six of Kentucky's eight Congressional delegation, including staff from Senator McConnell's office. Two first-year students, Logan Justice and Siena Pilati, submitted policy briefs to be considered for the opportunity, and were both chosen to represent UKSGA. They were joined by several other students from UKSGA, including public policy undergraduate and student body president, Andrew Laws ('23) and Cameron French, a JD/MPA dual degree graduate student.
We are so proud of our Martin School students for advocating on behalf of their fellow students and for representing us so well!