Students Awarded Scholarships in 2019-2020
The following students in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences were awarded scholarships for the 2019–2020 academic year.
The recipient of the CLAHS Dean’s Roundtable Scholarship was Meredith Beavers, political science and smart and sustainable cities.
The Susan Pascoe Farrell Scholarship was awarded to Donald Van Hook, national security and foreign affairs.
Jordan Collier, criminology and sociology , and Cory Van Dyke, multimedia journalism, were recognized with a Hallie L. Hughes Memorial Scholarship.
Jenna Humphrey, international studies, was awarded the Hulick Scholarship for Leadership, Friendship, and Service.
The following students received the Moody, Pratt, Minor Scholarship: Alden Carter, international relations; Peter Chamberlin, international studies; Danielle Faust, international relations; Kathrinna Hammon, public relations; Lauren Scarry, national security and foreign affairs; Melanie Sutphin, national security and foreign affairs; and Nick Uliano, Russian and national security and foreign affairs.
Nelson–Lehmann–Gold–VanSant Family Scholarships were awarded to Morgan Jenkins, human development, and Daniela Vandivier, political science and human development.
Recognized with the John Rathbone Scholarship were history majors Jillian Doerr, Bryce Nolan, and Hannah Wiersberg.
The Mary Karen Read Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Nyah August, English.
Receiving a Robichaud Family Scholarship were: Eman Ayaz, human development; Jenna Bender, criminology; Maddison Berlinghoff, political science, criminology, and sociology ; Blythe Boyd, fashion merchandising and design; Lucas Costa, philosophy and finance; Erin Slezak, creative writing and professional and technical writing; Ryea Young, human development and sociology; and Maggie-Jo Zeeman, fashion merchandising and design.
Hannah Richards, public relations, and Julia Villegas, music, were recipients of a Margaret Groseclose Skelton Scholarship.
The Staff Association Scholarship was awarded to Andrew Maloney, national security and foreign affairs.
Nyah August, English; Emily Hoover, human development; and Alexandra Pillion, national security and foreign affairs and philosophy, politics, and economics, received a Margaret Rawlinson Svoboda Scholarship.
Mildred Crawford Weidemann Scholarships were awarded to: Bridget Morgan, international relations; Rebecca Straley, human development; and Lauren Weaver, Spanish.
Emily Beatty, human development and psychology, was the recipient of the Mildred E. Young Scholarship.
The recipient of the James D. Moran Memorial Scholarship was Justin Jordan, counselor education.
The Professor Joseph Pitt Scholarship was awarded to Diana Harley, political science and philosophy; Noah Lowe, history; and Dylan Sparks, political science.
Receiving a National Security Scholarship were: Richard Cummings, political science; Rachel Fincher, public relations and political science; and Jillian Skahill, political science.
Erin Slezak, creative writing and professional and technical writing was awarded the Maryellen Spencer Scholarship.