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UH Honors College Terry Foundation Scholar, Krystafer Redden, (Sophomore, Political Science and History) has been appointed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry to serve as student representative to the Undergraduate Advisory Committee of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The Undergraduate Advisory Committee provides recommendations to the board regarding the direction of undergraduate education in Texas. Redden's primary job is to serve as the sole student voice on the committee.
Redden will speak for undergraduates in all Texas public institutions of higher education. His two-year term begins in June, he will travel to Austin at least twice a semester to be a non-voting member of the committee.
Redden's professional goals may include politics or law school, but he's hopeful that his appointment as a spokesperson for Texas undergraduate students leaves a lasting impression.
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