Sally Coberly (1970) has also made a commitment to future K-Staters by establishing an endowed scholarship in the department for students who are academically driven, exhibit financial need, and have an interest in public policy. Sally recently retired as the Deputy Director of the National Health Policy Forum in Washington, DC. At the Forum and other organizations, Sally had a long, influential career providing non-partisan perspectives to members of Congress on issues related to health and aging. The new student scholarship established in her name will help to spark interest in public policy issues among eager K-Staters for generations to come.
We are extremely grateful to Sally for her commitment to KSU and to political science students.