Karen Campbell

Lawrence, KS, English, Minor in Sociology
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Karen Campbell (she/her/hers) is a senior majoring in English with a minor in sociology. A Lawrence native, she has studied abroad in faculty-led programs to Italy and the U.K., and looks forward to her upcoming participation in programs in Costa Rica and through SIT. Her senior year, she plans to intern in Washington, D.C. with the Department of Political science. She is involved with KU’s only service sorority Omega Phi Alpha, and works at the KU Writing Center as a Writing Fellow and Consultant.

Ask me about: faculty- and student-initiated study abroad, non-Greek sororities and fraternities, being a townie, volunteering and outreach, and exploring interest areas outside your major.

katherincampbell@att.net


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