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Thursday September 3rd, 2015 1:16PM

Yamala receives top alumnus award from University of Nebraska-Lincoln

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - Hall County's Planning Director Srikanth Yamala was named the Outstanding International Alumnus Award 2014 Winner this week by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The Outstanding International Alumnus Award was established in 2006 to honor alumni who were non-U.S. citizens during their attendance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and who have attained national/international prominence through their efforts in education, sciences, technology, agriculture, the arts, business, humanities, government or other world endeavors.

Yamala earned his bachelor's degree in architecture from Andhra University in India and his master's degree in community and regional planning from University of Nebraska
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