The following students in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences were awarded scholarships for the 2018–2019 academic year.

The recipient of the CLAHS Dean’s Roundtable Scholarship was Danielle Jeffersmultimedia journalism.

Human development doctoral student and Master of Public Health student Shelby Borowski was recognized with the Faculty Campaign Scholarship.

The Susan Pascoe Farrell Scholarship was awarded to Cassidy Dennis, human development.

The following students were recipients of a Martha Price Hancock Scholarship: Madeleine Cácerespolitical scienceJenna Humphreyinternational studies; and Tara Weinstein, human development.

Anna Charlton, human development and psychology, and Timothy Milesreligion and Culture, were recognized with a Hallie L. Hughes Memorial Scholarship.

Lisa Lane, international relations, and Timothy Miles were awarded the Hulick Scholarship for Leadership, Friendship, and Service.

The following students received the Moody, Pratt, Minor Scholarship: Madeleine Cáceres; Katherine LouisSpanish; Timothy Miles; Emily Calvert, international studies; Stefnie Cernytheatre arts design and studio art; Jenna Humphrey; Danielle Jeffers, and Kathryn Kowalskiprofessional and technical writing and literature and language.

Nelson–Lehmann–Gold–VanSant Family Scholarships were awarded to Lauren Hughes and Kayla Parrish, both human development.

Recognized with the John Rathbone Scholarship were: Rachel HarrimanhistorySarah Lim, literature and languages; and Kathryn Kowalski.

Mary Karen Read Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Katherine Anthony and Phoebe Jackson, both human development.

Receiving a Robichaud Family Scholarship were: Emily Calvert; Sarah Lim; Kyle Ricesociology, cognitive and behavioral science, and psychology; Kennedy Schultznational security and foreign affairs; and Logan Widnercriminology and political science.

Molly Maurin, human development and psychology, and Casey Polkconsumer studiesand management, were recipients of a Margaret Groseclose Skelton Scholarship.

The Staff Association Scholarship was awarded to Amy Morgan, human development.

Rachel Harriman and Meredith Waymack, criminology, sociology, and psychology, received a Margaret Rawlinson Svoboda Scholarship.

Mildred Crawford Weidemann Scholarships were awarded to: Cassidy Dennis; Hannah Dysart, human development; Kennedy Schultz; and Cory VanDyke, multimedia journalism.

Madalyn Moore, political science, was the recipient of the Mildred E. Young Scholarship.

Scholarship recipients and donors were recognized at a dinner on April 12.