EDUCATION BRIEFS 01/20/16
South Dakota State announces scholarship recipient
South Dakota State University announced Elkins graduate Paula Salmon of Missouri City has received the Myron and Joan Van Buskirk Nursing Endowed Scholarship for the academic year.
Salmon, daughter of Don and Lynette Salmon, is a junior nursing student. Salmon is involved in Jacks for Life and Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Sugar Land Resident Named To University Of Central Oklahoma President’s Honor Roll
Sugar Land resident Ryan Kowalewski has been named to the President’s Honor Roll for their work in the fall 2015 semester, a distinction given to those who achieve the university’s highest academic standards.
To be included on the President’s Honor Roll, a student must record a “straight-A” or 4.0 grade point average for their work in qualifying classes.
To be eligible for the President’s or Dean’s lists, students must complete at least 12 hours of on-campus class credit for the semester.
SCAD student and Missouri City native Courtney Adamski wins national fashion scholarship
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) announced today that Missouri City native Courtney Adamski (B.F.A., fashion) received a $5,000 scholarship from the Young Menswear Association (YMA) Fashion Scholarship Fund (FSF). Adamski is Clements High graduate. To be considered for the annual award, each applicant is asked to complete a case study. In addition to the submission, scholarships are awarded based on merit, GPAs, personal essays and interviews with YMA FSF ambassadors.
An additional 10 SCAD students representing the university’s fashion, fashion marketing and management, and fibers programs offered at its Savannah, Atlanta and Hong Kong locations each received $5,000 scholarships. This is the largest number of SCAD students to ever have been recognized at one time in this annual program.