2022 Scholarship Award

Emily Day

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Alliance College Alumni Association, thru its 501(c)(3) Foundation (ACAAF), is pleased to announce the selection of Emily Day as the recipient of its 2022 annual $2500 scholarship.

Emily is a graduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology pursuing a Master of Science degree in International Security with a concentration in nuclear proliferation and emerging technologies. She completed her undergraduate education at John Carroll University, majoring in Political Science (concentration in global affairs) and History.

While at John Carroll, Emily was both a Polonia Scholar and an Arrupe Scholar and was employed by the university’s writing center. She served as the scholarship director and member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and was a 4-year varsity women’s tennis player and team captain. Her two internships at the Borgen Project, a non-profit organization which works with congressional leaders to address global poverty and the U.S. Statement Department further fueled her passion for international affairs.

In 2019, Emily attended the Kosciuszko Foundation’s six-week intensive language program in Cracow, Poland. The same program her father, Richard attended in 1983. Emily is also currently in the application process for studying abroad for the summer of 2023 with Georgia Tech in Metz, France and Brussels, Belgium for an intensive 3 months of international and diplomacy coursework.

A native of Sharon Township, Ohio, Day plans to pursue a career in foreign and security policymaking, the intelligence community, or the private sector. Emily is the daughter of Richard and Sally Domzalski Day, both 1985 graduates of Alliance College.

For further information about the ACAAF scholarship, please contact Barbara Adams, Vice President, at 216-287-8216 or email barb.adams@roadrunner.com.


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