Karolyne Rehner, a therapeutic recreation senior in The University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Human Performance and Recreation, was inducted into the Center for Community and Civic Engagement Student Hall of Fame at the center’s Annual Awards Ceremony on April 22.
Rehner was recognized for her history of service, including volunteer service with the Association for the Rights of Citizens with Disabilities (ARC), efforts in planning a workshop on human trafficking and mission work in the Philippines and Zimbabwe. To complete internship requirements for her degree, Rehner is headed to Nova Scotia. She has accepted a graduate assistantship to pursue her master’s degree at The University of Mississippi in the fall.
To learn more about the College of Health’s School of Human Performance and Recreation, visit www.usm.edu/hpr.