Darius Love, a member of the political science 2012 graduating class at UNC-Chapel Hill, was named a recipient of this year’s Kenan Moral Purpose Award for his essay, “Little Fish, Big Pond.”
“The Kenan Moral Purpose Award is given for the best undergraduate student essay on the role a liberal arts education plays in students’ exploration of the personal and social purposes by which to orient their future and the intellectual, emotional, and moral commitments that make for a full life.”
Established in honor of the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ 15th anniversary at Duke, the award is now in its second year and has been expanded to include students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, thanks to a partnership with the Parr Center for Ethics. One winner from each school receives $1,000.
To read Darius’s essay, please click here.