Local students get ISU scholarships
AMES — The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences has announced undergraduate students who were offered scholarships from the college and its academic departments.
- Haley Appel of Thomson, Illinois, who is studying early childhood education, was offered the Beverly J. and R. Jewell Crabtree Scholarship from the College of Human Sciences and the Gabrielle Mills Headlee Scholarship from the Department of Human Development and Family Studies.
n Madeleine Blandin of DeWitt, who is studying event management, was offered the Mary Ellen Lewis Scholarship from the Department of Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management.
n Makenna Christensen of Calamus, who is studying elementary education, was offered the Linda B. Schakel Scholarship from the School of Education.
n Skylar Pennock of Clinton, who is studying elementary education, was offered the College of Human Sciences Dean’s Scholarship and the Ruth and J.R. Underwood Scholarship from the School of Education.
n Megan Slattery of Calamus, who is studying nutritional science, was offered the Betty C. Kirkbride Keller Scholarship from the College of Human Sciences; the Doris A. Adams Scholarship from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition; and the Noel and Ruth Smith Family Food Science Scholarship from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
n Megan Szabo of Morrison, Illinois, who is studying apparel, merchandising, and design, was offered the Edalene Stohr Brown Scholarship from the College of Human Sciences.
Programs in the College of Human Sciences focus on fields of study that expand human potential and improve people’s lives. The college encompasses academic units that include the School of Education and four departments: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management: Food Science and Human Nutrition; Human Development and Family Studies; and Kinesiology and Health. Collectively, these units award $1.3 million in student scholarships annually.
Brinkmeier graduates from CGU
CONWAY, S.C. — Alex Brinkmeier of Pearl City, Illinois, earned a Master of Business Administration in business administration from Coastal Carolina University on Friday during the summer commencement ceremony.
More than 380 students were eligible to participate in the university’s summer commencement program. Jen E. Boyle, Ph.D., an English professor and the 2018 HTC Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Lecturer, gave the commencement address.
Local students graduate from Monmouth
MONMOUTH, Ill. — Students from this area recently met the graduation requirements at Monmouth College in Monmouth. They are:
n Leslie Appel, a psychology major from Thomson, Illinois. Appel is the daughter of Randy A. and Jennifer S. Appel of Thomson, Ill.
n Michelle Nafziger, a business administration and economics major from Prophetstown, Illinois. Nafziger is the daughter of Daniel and Jane Nafziger of Prophetstown.
n Hannah Rillie, a classics major from Morrison, Illinois. Rillie is the daughter of John R. and Colleen R. Rillie of Morrison.
n Allison Todd, a business administration and economics major from Shannon, Illinois. Todd is the daughter of Kyle and Rachel Todd of Shannon.