Student Installed as Judicial Intern

by Public Relations | Sep 18, 2017

Sept. 19, 2017

Noah S. Keys and Judge William H. Baughman

United States Magistrate Judge William H. Baughman, Jr., right, of Cleveland, Ohio, installed Noah S. Keys of Latrobe, left, a senior politics and history major at Saint Vincent College, as a judicial intern on Sept. 15 in the McKenna School Liberty Room on the campus of Saint Vincent College.

He will serve during the fall semester in the United States District Court in the Northern District of Ohio. He is the 13th Saint Vincent student to participate in a remote internship program between Judge Baughman’s office and Saint Vincent College. Instructional sessions are conducted by Webex videoconference and by telephone conference.

The internship was developed by Judge Baughman, a 1971 graduate of Saint Vincent College, with the cooperation of Fr. Rene Kollar, O.S.B., Dean of the Saint Vincent College School of Humanities and Fine Arts; Dr. Gary Quinlivan, Dean of the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government; Dr. Jason Jividen, assistant professor of politics, who will be moderator of the internship; and Dr. Jerome Foss, associate professor of politics.

Keys, a 2014 graduate of Greater Latrobe High School, is active at Saint Vincent in the Aurelius Scholars (president), Pi Sigma Alpha national political science honor society (president), Pi Alpha Theta national honor society in history, Fred Rogers Scholars and Alpha Lambda Delta honor society for excellent academic achievement in his first year of study. A member of the Underground Church of God, Latrobe, he is the son of Pastor Jeff and Sherri Keys.


Photo: Noah S. Keys and Judge William Baughman


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