Adam Chaney

Adam Chaney ’17, (Sociology major) He is an Arrupe scholar and the recipient of the 2016 Charles J. Ping Student Service Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership, advocacy work, and commitment to service both on John Carroll University’s campus and beyond presented by Ohio Campus Compact. His service commitment has totaled more than 160 hours. He has also worked as co-chair of the Workers’ Rights Committee in the group, Students for Social Justice, where he designed an educational campaign advocating for worker rights and fair wages. To read more articles on him simply click the following link:


Grace Donnelly ’16, (Double major: Sociology, and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights) She was recently named a Beaudry Award Finalist. Grace is the recipient of the Campion Award for Service in the spring of 2014 and the Ohio Campus Compact Charles J. Ping Student Service Award and Serretta Saylor Legacy Grant in the spring of 2015.  Grace has been on the National Steering Committee for the organization Fair Trade Campaigns since 2013 to establish JCU as a Fair Trade University. After graduation, Grace plans to commit to a year of service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and plans to go to graduate school for public policy. To read more articles on her simply click the following link:


Marina Giannirakis ’17, (Sociology and Criminology major) She is an Arrupe scholar and also one of the 2016 recipients of the Campion Scholarship. Marina is a member of the Students for Social Justice Group, co-chair of the Human Trafficking committee, a leader of the Cleveland Neighborhood Project, the vice-president of her sorority, and one of six students who was selected to serve as on the Center for Service and Social Action student leadership team. Marina was one of four students selected to participate in the 2015 Shepherd Internship Program. To read more articles on her simply click one the following link: