Local Vanderhoof resident awarded scholarship

Kathryn Kerr, of Vanderhoof, British Columbia, a Third Year Bachelor of Music student, was awarded a total of $4,500 for Undergraduate Academic Achievement, Choral and Vocal Music, funded by A University of Alberta Undergraduate Scholarship, The Betsy Ness Scott Dean’s Citation - 2nd Renewal, An Augustana Faculty Fine Arts Award in Choral and The Erik Mygind Memorial Music Scholarship.

  • Mar. 14, 2011 11:00 a.m.

More than 340 of 1,000 students have been awarded scholarships and awards for the 2010-2011 academic year from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus, located in Camrose, Alberta. Receiving such awards is:

Kathryn Kerr, of Vanderhoof, British Columbia, a Third Year Bachelor of Music student, was awarded a total of $4,500 for Undergraduate Academic Achievement, Choral and Vocal Music, funded by A University of Alberta Undergraduate Scholarship, The Betsy Ness Scott Dean’s Citation – 2nd Renewal, An Augustana Faculty Fine Arts Award in Choral and The Erik Mygind Memorial Music Scholarship.

Providing over $580,000 to its students in scholarships and awards, U of A Augustana recognizes excellence in Academics, Fine Arts, Athletics, and Leadership. Support comes from generous donors, investment earnings on endowments, and from Faculty funded awards.

 

 

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