Aiden Holley, a recent University of Georgia graduate and former student worker with the Office of Service-Learning and Campus Kitchen at UGA, has been awarded a $30,000 Rotary Global Grants Scholarship from the Rotary Foundation and Rotary International District 6910. He was nominated by the Classic City Rotary Club in Athens, Ga. Rotary’s Global Grants Scholarships provide funding for graduate study in another country, are aligned to Rotary’s six areas of focus, and are funded jointly by the local Rotary district and the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

Holley will start a master’s program this fall at the University of Goettingen in Germany to study sustainable international agriculture.

While at UGA, Holley served as a student worker in the Office of Service-Learning and was very involved with the Campus Kitchen at UGA. He was also named UGA’s student employee of the year. In summer 2016, he participated in a study abroad program in Armenia.