Author: James C. Hodgins

Minerva Schools honors scholarship recipients

Minerva High School recently celebrated its Class of 2022 and announced the class members who received scholarships. Sponsored by the school’s National Honor Society, Honors Night includes school and community members. Dr. SL Weir and Mrs. Weir Nursing Scholarships – Emmett Blum, Hannah Collins and Alyssa Risden Minerva Strong Scholarships – Connor Shingleton, Brayden Costea […]

Sumter Club 2022 Music Scholarship Contest Winners Announced

SUBMITTED The 2022 Music Scholarship Competition sponsored by the Woman’s Afternoon Music Club was held on April 30 at First Presbyterian Church. This year’s judge was Dr. Sonja Sepulveda, artistic director of Palmetto Voices and retired director of choral studies at Salem College. Barbara Rearden is club president and Joni Brown is scholarship president. Three […]

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Awards Record Amount of Scholarships – Ohio Ag Net

Ohio Agricultural Bureau Foundation recently awarded nearly $85,000 in scholarships to students across the state, the highest amount awarded in a single year. According to Tara Durbin, chair of the board of directors of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation and director of agricultural loans at Farm Credit Mid-America, the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation has intentionally […]

Mendota CCSVI Student Receives State Department Scholarship to Study Abroad in Costa Rica – Shaw Local

Sabrina Belmonte, of Mendota, from Illinois Valley Community College, was awarded the highly competitive Gilman Program Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, to help her study abroad in Costa Rica this summer. The Gilman Program provides scholarships for undergraduate students with limited financial means to pursue college credit or career-oriented international internships. With […]

Scholarship providing funds for childcare to Richmond single mothers returning for 2nd year

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – A scholarship program for single mothers in the Richmond area is back for the second year in a row. Local nonprofit United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg has brought back its WomenRise Scholarship, which provides grants to single mothers in the Richmond and Petersburg area to pay for childcare while […]

Florida Mandate Targets Accreditation Process for Public Universities

Related practices and jurisdictions Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that would significantly change the accreditation process for public colleges and universities in the state and could also have national implications for institutions of higher learning. Senate Bill 7044 would require all public educational institutions in Florida to change accreditors during each review […]

Scholarship Opportunities at EOU | The voice

Written by Jillian Hoefer Photo by Pixabay: It is common knowledge that students often struggle financially, burdened with rent, tuition, course materials, and routine bills. Fortunately, Eastern Oregon University offers thousands of scholarships for incoming, current, and former students. EOU Foundation Scholarships EOU Foundation Scholarships is a general name for multiple scholarship opportunities in […]

The French Institute offers university courses for Ukrainians in Bulgaria –

As part of the AUF Ukraine Special Planand more specifically from a reintegration perspective, ESFAM (French-speaking Specialized Establishment for Administration and Management) in Sofia (Bulgaria) offers 50 seats to Ukrainian refugees in a university course. This project is aimed at French speakers Ukrainians with at least a B1 level: – graduates, – students currently in […]

ILM launches flight training scholarship fund for high school students

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Wilmington International Airport (ILM) has partnered with the Coach Bill Dooley Education Foundation to create a “Spirit of Aviation Scholarship Fund” to provide area high school students with the opportunity to learn to fly. According to a press release, the annual scholarship will provide up to $10,000 in training for scholarship […]

Scholarship evening

Graham Thomas/Siloam Sunday Siloam Springs High School held its annual scholarship night Thursday, April 28 at the Panther Activity Center. The school announced 523 awards for 190 students, according to Amber Carter, director of scholarships. The total amount of scholarships and university aid was $2,042,743.00. Carter said five students received the Arkansas Governor’s Distinguished Award, […]

What the post-spring scholarship numbers look like for Texas after a flurry of activity on the transfer portal

Texas Head Coach Steve Sarkisian was recently asked about the Longhorns’ scholarship situation with the 2022 talent acquisition round currently set to bless the program with 33 top-notch prospects (28 high school signers and five FBS transfers) sorted shutter by Sarkisian and Co. with a goal of making last season’s 5-7 campaign a […]

Dover Announces 2022 Dover Scholarship Winners and Expands Program

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., April 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dover (NYSE: DOV) today announced the names of 30 recipients of its Dover Foundation Scholars program. This year’s winners represent each of Dover’s five operating segments and nearly all of its operating companies. Dover also recently announced that it has increased the number of students awarded, while […]

Hopkinsville Community College Foundation Announces DACA Scholarship

Hopkinsville, Kentucky – Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) in conjunction with the HCC Foundation, Inc. resumed its Scholars and Donor Celebration Monday evening. Those gathered celebrated the generosity of college and foundation donors whose donations provided more than $348,000 in scholarships to HCC students in the 2021-2022 academic year. During her address, HCC President and CEO […]

The Best and the Brightest Honored at the PEF Scholarship Program

John and Andrea Barella Professional Scholarship: Minimum GPA: 2.0 and will be pursuing a graduate degree in an industrial arts or professional business program: Haiden Bray CGHS $600, Joseph Quezada PHS $600 John and Elrose Lounibos Memorial Scholarship: Minimum GPA: 3.0, SVHS Student who demonstrated extraordinary community service in high school: Emily Sande SVHS $600 […]

RPTA at WIU Presents Annual Alumni and Student Awards – Western Illinois University

RPTA at WIU Presents Annual Alumni and Student Awards April 25, 2022 MACOMB, IL — The Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Administration (RPTA) at Western Illinois University recently presented awards to several program alumni, as well as current students. Retired Town of Macomb Forester Tim Howe received this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Howe received […]

Carbon County Scholarship Competition Highlighted

the Miss Carbon County Scholarship Contest was highlighted as the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce‘s Community Spotlight during a Thursday afternoon luncheon. Members of the Carbon County Royalty were present to accept recognition. Historical reconstitution co-director Merilynn Denison Tubbs began by explaining that the main purpose of the contest is to provide scholarships and serve […]

‘Do Better, Be Better’ scholarship hopes to honor Kickapoo grad shot and killed in 2021

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Two local seniors received a surprise from a local family. They are the recipients of the “Do Better, Be Better” scholarship. It’s an award in honor of Chandler Sweaney, a Kickapoo graduate who was shot and killed in February last year. Fourteen months after Sweaney’s death, his mother Shelly Larrick has been through […]

Five juniors win the Barry Goldwater scholarship

The scholarship supports students interested in research related to the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics. by Arizbeth Rojas | 04/21/22 05:00 This year, the five Dartmouth juniors who applied for the prestigious Barry Goldwater scholarship have been accepted, the College announced on April 11. According to the press release, the five juniors will join a […]

Colorado State University courses open to Indian students, no GMAT, GRE scores required

Indian students will be able to study the Master of Computer Information Systems (MCIS) offered by Colorado State University (CSU) while sitting at home. The university has collaborated with Leap Scholar, an Edtech platform that offers American degrees in a hybrid format. The 18-month program is a combination of online and on-campus courses. The fall […]

Tim Cook to deliver keynote address at Gallaudet University on May 13

Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that he will be Gallaudet University’s 2022 commencement lecturer. Gallaudet and Apple already had a close relationship, with each incoming student being equipped with a MacBook Pro or iPad Pro upon arrival. The company also organizes hiring and recruiting events for graduates. The bond with the institution has only grown […]

Wife of deceased officer creates Basic Law Enforcement Training Scholarship at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

ROWAN COUNTY, NC (WBTV) – Haylee Shuping, wife of late Concord Police Officer Jason Shuping, has created a $25,000 scholarship in memory of her husband that will provide financial assistance to qualified students in the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College enrolled in the College’s Basic Law Enforcement Program. Training program (BLET). The Officer Jason Shuping Public Safety […]

The Michael Scarpaci Scholarship for Student Entrepreneurs is still accepting applications

MIAMI, April 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — An entrepreneur is someone who seeks opportunities to help others by offering solutions to problems that they have an idea to solve and improve. They have the advantage of being able to make money from their innovations and businesses while helping those around them. However, it’s not all […]

REI University launches as the first online real estate investment education and coaching platform to professionally train real estate investors

REI University promises to turn amateur investors into professionals with e-learning modules, results-based learning, and live coaching from top real estate experts in the industry GERMANTOWN, Tenn., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — REI University launches as the first online education platform for real estate investing. The launch of REI University includes a user-friendly platform offering […]

Student Music Ensemble Events April 2022

Saturday, April 23, 202215:00 – 17:00First event Minnesota State University, Mankato Department of Music and Entertainment Industries Press Release MANKATO, Minn.. – Minnesota State University, Mankato Department of Music and Entertainment Industries presents a number of student ensemble concerts as the spring semester comes to an end. Instrumental Jazz and Contemporary Singing Groups April 23 […]

Tomorrow Scholarship must reach threshold before distribution

The University Family Statue, located at Prexy’s Pasture, is a familiar statue that UW students often encounter on their way to class. The Tomorrow Scholarship would provide substantial financial assistance to non-traditional students to enable them to attend college. (Photo by Brock Munoz) Wyoming’s Tomorrow’s Scholarship Bill was signed into law by Gov. Mark Gordon […]

George Mason University unveils memorial for those enslaved by school’s founding father

George Mason IV, a prominent figure in Virginia history, known for drafting the State Bill of Rights, which influenced several later documents including the United States Bill of Rights, also had a relationship complicated with slavery, according to the Center for Mason Legacies. Students “are often surprised to learn that George Mason IV was also […]

Morehead scholarship finalist is going through tough times

After coming through a pandemic and personal tragedy, Carleigh Gentry looks forward to a bright and hopeful future. The Chatham Central High School senior was a finalist for the prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship. Although she didn’t receive the honor — that would have covered all expenses for four years of undergraduate studies at UNC-Chapel Hill — […]

The Student Government Association provides updates on new scholarships and celebrations

Audrey Leib SGA has elections coming up in mid-April. They passed a Marxh 31 resolution to recognize Arab Heritage Month in April. At the first Student Government Association (SGA) meeting of the spring term, the administration provided updates on the First Generation Scholarship, more annual celebrations, and Loop student engagement. The SGA named its scholarship […]

News in Brief: City Council Funds Oakton Stock Exchange; Wilmette gymnast wins state title; Park District Wins Financial Planning Honor

The New Trier Township Board donated $20,000 to the Oakton Education Foundation for scholarships for students at Oakton Community College. According to a news release, the funds will be available to Oakton students in New Trier Township beginning next school year. Eligible students must have at least a 2.75 GPA and need financial aid to […]

University accreditation rhetoric intensifies

Top officials from Florida’s main college accrediting association and state university system escalated their war of words Wednesday night over what the association thinks of how Florida runs its universities and whether it should have of importance. Beautiful Wheelanchairman of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and Alan Levin, a […]

Claremont McKenna College Sends Over 300 Students Scholarship Acceptance Email That Wasn’t True

Claremont McKenna College is dealing with the backlash of accidentally sending scholarship acceptance emails to hundreds of prospective students, many of whom just got their initial acceptance last week. “The next day an email was sent saying there had been a crash with the system and the scholarship had been removed from my admission,” said […]

Stefan Banach Scholarship Program 2022 to study in Poland

Deadline: March 31, 2022 Applications are open for the Stefan Banach Fellowship Program 2022. The program aims to support the socio-economic development of developing countries by increasing the level of education and professional qualifications of citizens of countries eligible to participate in the program by providing a scholarship to undertake postgraduate studies in Poland. The […]

SEO Design Chicago Announces Spring 2022 Scholarship Winners

Julio Guerra and Jeffery Payne each receive $500 scholarship from digital marketing agency Chicago, Illinois- Today, SEO Design Chicago announced the winners of its semester digital marketing scholarship. As a leading digital marketing agency in business for over a decade, the digital marketers at SEO Design Chicago believe in giving back. That’s why the agency […]

Rock Island Development Association launches high school scholarship program

The Development Association of Rock Island, Inc. (DARI) is launching a scholarship program offering two $5,000 scholarships at Rock Island high school students at help launch his community marketing campaign”Why Rock Island. Applicants are requested to usetheir imagination to create a video or other visual that tells the story Why Rock Island is a big […]

The university as an urban campus 9 examples for the Good Vibrations exhibition

“good vibes” is an exhibition organized by the architect Pierre Riepl which recently opened at Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin, focusing on nine university campuses designed by Austrian and international architectural practices in prominent urban settings in the Austrian cities of Vienna, Graz and Linz. The aim is to show how campuses and cities can […]

A professor led a team of human trafficking investigators at the Super Bowl

Professor Jeffrey Blom’s decades of law enforcement experience prepared him to oversee a team of investigators who played a critical role in executing Super Bowl LVI security operations. He hopes to bring what he has learned from his experience investigating human trafficking to the next generation of investigators: his university students. March 22, 2022 By […]

Inquiry continues into murder of Michael Echaniz, family to set up scholarship fund – Royal Examiner

The business session portion of the Warren County School Board’s Wednesday, March 16 meeting focused on discussions on student cell phone use, the school division’s annual special education plan, the lifting pandemic mitigation strategies, virtual learning options and a code of conduct for board members. WCPS Director of Special Services Michael Hirsch prepares to detail […]

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