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News release prepared by: Megan Molitor, 785-532-3452, molitor@k-state.edu

Monday, Dec. 5, 2011

Hard work pays off: K-State students receive more than 9,500 scholarships

MANHATTAN -- More than 9,500 academic scholarships have been awarded to Kansas State University students for the 2011-2012 school year. Overall, K-State students have earned more than $18.5 million in scholarships.

Most of the scholarships are made possible through donations and gifts to the Kansas State University Foundation. Information on K-State student financial assistance is available at http://www.k-state.edu/sfa.

Students receiving scholarships totaling more than $1,000 include:


Middlebury: Timothy Joseph Foster, Mary Lucille and Walter Abmeyer Scholarship



Alexandria: Lauren Danielle Garrott, Memorial Scholarship; Lauren Elizabeth Pogue, Purple & White Scholarship

Chesapeake: Wondwossen Belay Dessie, Memorial Scholarship

Clifton: Elizabeth Anne Gorney, Marsha Meili Engineering Scholarship

Falls Church: Yoona Chung, Timothy R. Donoghue Graduate Scholarship

Fredericksburg: Haley Jeanne Anderson, Neva E. Babcock Scholarship

Harrisonburg: Chase Robert Miller, Agriculture Enhancement Scholarship and Honors Scholarship

Jeffersonton: Eli James McCanless Schrock, Heritage Award

Oakwood: Ashley Brianna Sheppard, Timothy R. Donoghue Graduate Scholarship

Richmond: Megan Louise Stewart, Heritage Award

Stephens City: Blake Jeffrey Adams, Centennial Initiative Fund, Honors Scholarship and Alpha C. and Esther Latzke Scholarship

Williamsburg: Katherine Lynn Gustafson, First Tee Scholarship