Phi Theta Kappa scholarship recipients named
Aug. 4, 2000
KALAMAZOO -- Nine students named recipients of Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Scholarships from Western Michigan University.
This $3,000 award is given to transfer students from community colleges who were members of Phi Theta Kappa, the international community college honor society, at their college. They must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average. Recommendations of chapter advisors, scholarship applications and essays were reviewed in the selection process.
Listed below are the scholarship recipient's name, hometown, college from which he or she earned an associate's degree, and intended program of study at WMU. All of this year's recipients are from Michigan.
Emily Berndt, Escanaba, Bay de Noc Community College, nursing
Lisa Bowser, Cassopolis, Southwestern Michigan College, secondary education
Julia Cawood, Monroe, Monroe County Community College, biomedical sciences
Briana Conroy, Haslett, Lansing Community College, elementary education
Jaimie Cross, Centreville, Glen Oaks Community College, elementary education
Imre Kaufmannvianney, Burlington, Kellogg Community College, liberal education
Judy Martin, St. Joseph, Lake Michigan College, biomedical sciences
Abbie Root, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, elementary education
Bradley Sandberg, Plymouth, Schoolcraft College, secondary education
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