December 30, 1999
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Scholarships Awarded to WSU Vancouver Students
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Washington State University Vancouvers scholarship program awarded 33 scholarships for students in the 1999-2000 academic year.
All scholarships are supported by private gifts from individuals, businesses and organizations.
For more information about WSU Vancouvers scholarship programs, contact the Office of Campus Advancement at 360/546-9600.
Individual scholarship gifts range from $500-$3,000 for the year. Scholarship recipients for the 1999-2000 academic year include the following:
Karissa Lowe, Longview, and Christina Russell, Vancouver, received the Alumni Leadership Award. Russell also received a Non-traditional Student Scholarship.
Candice Lindsay, Woodland, received an American Association of University Women Scholarship.
Karie Roeder, Vancouver, and Tania Spaulding, Woodland, received a Harold F. and Beatrice A. Boutwell Endowed Scholarship.
Donna Johns, Longview, received a Brown-Neuberger Leadership Award.
Tamara Deitrick, Vancouver, and Donnarae Querry, Washougal, received a Columbia Credit Union scholarship. Querry also received a Luretta "Lou" Fairweather Memorial Scholarship.
Jeff Richtmyre, Vancouver, received a Columbia Machine scholarship.
Kevin Hascall, Vancouver, received a Dupar Foundation Business Scholarship.
Hidden Charitable Trust awards went to Amy Brodhead and Karl Holden, both of Camas; Catherine Davis and Emily Rieger, both of Battle Ground; Debra Ross, Brush Prairie; and Laurie Swift and Kathleen Heldman-Crawford, both of Vancouver. Davis also received an Irene Walker Memorial Scholarship.
Kevin Lycklama, Vancouver, and Avaly Mobbs, Kelso, received Lois McBride Hougan Memorial Scholarships.
Jackie Meeker, Vancouver, received a Major James Allan Scholarship.
Receiving a Harvey A. Rubin and Gayle Dailey Rubin Endowed Scholarship were Jennifer Sherman and Hollie Robinson, both of Vancouver; Emily Mickelson, Brush Prairie; and Sara Wiseman, Ridgefield.
An E. Faye Volker and George W. Volker Endowed Scholarship went to Rebecca Andrews, Kelso; and to Sandra Babbitt, Tamara Clark and Misty Newton, all of Vancouver.
Kevin Syverson, Woodland, received a manufacturing engineering scholarship.
Adam Page, Vancouver, received a computer science scholarship.
WSU Vancouver is celebrating its 10th year serving Southwest Washington and local Oregon communities. Thirteen bachelors and seven masters degrees are attainable through junior-, senior- and graduate-level courses in more than 35 fields of study. The 351-acre campus is located just seven miles north of the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area.