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Kudos: NTU VP's son named Rhodes Scholar

Jordan Thomas beat out 2000 other applicants to be named a Rhodes Scholar.  He is one of only 32 selected from the United States this year.  He will be heading to England in October for his masters at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar then going to law school for his JD,

Jordan Thomas is the son of Neil Thomas, NTU Vice President from American History High.  Jordan is also a NPS graduate.

Jordan D. Thomas is a senior at Princeton University where he is majoring at  the  Woodrow  Wilson  School  of  Public  and  International  Affairs  and  double  minoring  in Portuguese Language and Culture and African-American Studies. He was a Fulbright Summer Institute Fellow at the University of Bristol where he studied the culture, heritage, and history of the U.K. He interned at the Office for Civil Rights’ Program Legal Group at the U.S. Department  of  Education  as  part  of  the  Scholars  in  the  Nation’s  Service  Initiative. At Princeton,  Jordan  was  elected  to  be  the  co-chair  of  the  community  house  executive  board, where he oversees nine student-driven education projects to support under-represented youth in  academic   success. Jordan   plans   to   study   for   an   M. Phil. in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation at Oxford.

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