Jefferson Davis High School graduate joins the HBCU Scholars Initiative

Stillman senior psychology major Da'Jon Stoudemire is congratulated by Dr. David Ngong, chair of Stillman’s Department of Religion and Theology, following Stoudemire’s first-place finish in the Three-Minute Thesis competition during Stillman’s annual research symposium in March.

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated with the correct spelling of Da’Jon Stoudemire

Da’Jon Stoudemire, a Jefferson Davis High School graduate has been named to the White House HBCU Scholars Initiative.

Stoudemire, now Stillman College psychology major, is one of 86 HBCU students across the country named for this initiative, according to the press release. 

Stoudemire is looking forward to the networking and professional development aspects of the program, according to the release.

He hopes to work as a clinical psychologist and has previously interned with The Arc of Tuscaloosa County, which “supported employment, prevocational, day habilitation and hourly services to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities” according to their website, and is currently interning with the “Blazer Brain” Undergraduate Summer Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.

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