GREENVILLE, S.C.— A Johnson High School graduate is one of three Furman University students selected for the Hispanic Alliance-Furman University Fellowship for the 2017-18 school year.
Daniyal Roshan of Braselton will be paid $1,500 for 32 weeks of work in the program established by the Furman Department of Modern Languages and Literatures as a collaborative effort with Greenville’s Hispanic Alliance.
Roshan, who will be a senior when the fellowship begins in the fall, is majoring in Health Sciences and Spanish and is working on a minor in Poverty Studies at Furman.
Roshan has volunteered in the Hispanic community with the Gainesville Housing Authority and Greenville Health System near Furman. She said one of her future career goals is to address the gaps between the needs and resources of the Hispanic community. She also wants to operate a nonprofit organization focusing on better health for Hispanics.