Vanderhoof scholarship winners at UAlberta

Kathryn Kerr, of Vanderhoof, a fourth year bachelor of music student

  • Feb. 29, 2012 2:00 p.m.

 

Over three hundred and five of one thousand University of Alberta, Augustana campus students have been awarded scholarships and awards for the 2011-2012 academic year. Receiving such awards are:

Kathryn Kerr, of Vanderhoof, a fourth year bachelor of music student, was awarded a total of $4,275 for scholastic distinction, voice, and choral, funded by the Betsy Ness Scott Dean’s entrance citation – 3rd renewal, the Dolores V. Nelson Schultz memorial award in voice, an Augustana Faculty Fine Arts award in vocal music, and an Augustana faculty fine arts award in choral.

Michelle Schmidt, of Vanderhoof, a first year bachelor of arts student, was awarded a total of $5,500 for academic excellence, non-Alberta residency, and basketball, funded by the Verda and J.D. McNeill scholarship, an Augustana non-Alberta incentive entrance award, a University of Alberta academic excellence scholarship, and an Augustana faculty athletic award in basketball.

Stephanie Schmidt, of Vanderhoof, a second year bachelor of arts student, was awarded a total of $1,500 for academic achievement, funded by an Augustana faculty transfer student award.

Brenden Stephen, of Vanderhoof, a second year bachelor of science student, was awarded a total of $2,000 for hockey, funded by The Norsemen Inn Camrose Corporation, JPC Foundation award and  Augustana faculty award in hockey.

More than $560,000 was provided to UAlberta Augustana campus students in scholarships and awards recognizing excellence in academics, fine arts, athletics, and leadership. support comes from generous donors, investment earnings on endowments, and from faculty funded awards.

As the premier public liberal arts and sciences campus of UAlberta, Augustana campus offers four year bachelor degree programs in humanities, social sciences, sciences, fine arts, management and combined science/education. Located in Camrose, Alberta, UAlberta’s Augustana campus remains committed to providing students with a high quality, undergraduate education.

 

 

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