Students Awarded Scholarships for 2021-2022 Academic Year
May 1, 2022
The following students in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences were awarded scholarships for the 2021–2022 academic year.
The Tracey Beck Scholarship was awarded to Makayla Shelton, Multimedia Journalism.
Phoebe Winters, Communication, was the recipient of the Megan E. Christenson Memorial Scholarship.
Hannah Upson, Political Science, received the Dean’s Roundtable Scholarship.
Heather Riganti, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, was honored with the Faculty Campaign Scholarship.
The Susan Pascoe Farrell Scholarship was awarded to Christine Berry, Human Development and Psychology.
Human Development majors Corynne Emmerson and Utah Kershner and Residential Environments and Design major Sarah Wait received a Martha Price Hancock Scholarship.
Shane Lee, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and Political Science, was awarded the Hulick Scholarship for Leadership, Friendship, and Service.
The following students received a Liberal Arts Scholarship: Riley Jackson, Communication and Theatre Arts; Natalie Mieczkowski, Human Development; and Ella Schnittger, Professional and Technical Writing.
The Moran Scholarship was awarded to Shannon Roosma, Counselor Education.
Tyler Pugh, Spanish and Industrial and Systems Engineering, was the recipient of the John and Jane Milne Academic Scholarship.
The following students received the Moody, Pratt, Minor Scholarship: Corynne Emmerson; Adam Firebaugh, National Security and Foreign Affairs; Vera Gliga, International Relations; Aubrey Harrell, Sociology; Will Heltzel, International Relations and French; Connor Polston, National Security and Foreign Affairs; Christopher Royal, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and Finance; Samantha Sanchez, Human Development; De’vonte Tinsley, Russian and History; Sarah Van Hook, National Security and Foreign Affairs; and Taylor White, International Relations.
Nelson–Lehmann–Gold–VanSant Family Scholarships were awarded to Hailey Boyd, Childhood Pre-Education, and Dani Chowen, Communication Science and Social Inquiry and Human Development.
Receiving a National Security Scholarship were: Evan Czajkowski, Political Science; Omar Haider Al Omar, Political Science; Sarah Mar, National Security and Foreign Affairs; and Hayley Schwasta, National Security and Foreign Affairs and Russian.
A Professor Joseph Pitt Scholarship was awarded to: Miles Abernethy, History and Political Science; Helen Boyd, History; Evan Czajkowski; Madeline Hite, Political Science, and De’vonte Tinsley.
Recognized with the John Rathbone Scholarship were: Miles Abernethy; Bonnie DeWorken, English; Hailey Wade, English and Professional and Technical Writing; and Katherine Zinn, Creative Writing, English, and Professional and Technical Writing.
The Mary Karen Read Memorial Scholarship recipients were: Dalia Abdel-Latif, Hailey Boyd, and Maya Ewell, Childhood Pre-Education; and Scarlet Woofter, Political Science.
Receiving a Robichaud Family Scholarship were: Christine Berry; Emma Colley, Human Development; William Crandall, History; Bonnie DeWorken; Victoria Gelosi, Sports Media and Analytics and Management; Benjamin Gowe, Criminology; Alyse Johnson, Public Relations; Sena Nutekpor, Criminology; Jane Park, English; Christopher Porter, History; Tyler Pugh; Fatima Rana; Lyla Ruzzo, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Daniel Smith, Criminology and Sociology; Parker Smith, National Security and Foreign Affairs; Anthony Villante, History; Hailey Wade; and Jennifer Winthrop, Human Development.
Senior Challenge Scholarships were awarded to Katelynn Renz, Public Relations, and Dawie Tola, Political Science.
Nyah August, English and Agricultural Sciences, and Deanna Driver, Multimedia Journalism and Psychology, were recipients of a Margaret Groseclose Skelton Scholarship.
Amanda Kraemer, Creative Writing, English, and Professional and Technical Writing, was awarded the Maryellen Spencer Scholarship.
Alyse Johnson and Shane Lee received a Margaret Rawlinson Svoboda Scholarship.
The following students received a Human Resources Scholarship: Catherine Burton, Political Science; Katelin Kerns, Human Development and Political Science; Audrey McGovern, Creative Writing and Professional and Technical Writing; Grace O’Brien, National Security and Foreign Affairs; Cara Patrick and Hayley Schwasta.
Aran Garnett-Deakin, Human Development, was recognized with a Mildred Tate Scholarship.
Katherine Zinn was the recipient of the Mildred E. Young Scholarship.