ACROSS OUR CLASSROOMS
Grossman earns Ohio Christian scholarship
CIRCLEVILLE – Emily Grossman of Alliance is the recipient of the Ohio Christian University Scholarship from Ohio Christian University. Grossman is studying psychology.
These merit- and need-based scholarships are made possible by the generous support of those who partner in stewardship with the university and were awarded during the recent annual scholarship awards ceremony.
Local students at Akron serve as volunteers
AKRON – Nearly 2,200 community service hours, impacting a host of nonprofits, communities and lives, were volunteered by 87 students and nine staff from the University of Akron during UA’s 2014 Alternative Spring Break program March 24-26. The UA teams traveled to sites in South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia.
Area residents traveling to Georgia included Jenifer Catlett of Lisbon, Brandi Floor of Minerva and Megan Kennedy of Alliance. Kayla Proya of Columbiana traveled to South Carolina.
Deem, Landis recognized at Muskingum
NEW CONCORD – Two area students have earned Special Academic Awards at Muskingum University’s Scholarship Recognition Day on April 4 on the campus in New Concord.
The students include Kristina Deem of East Liverpool who earned the Cora I. Orr Award.
Heidi Landis of New Waterford earned the William J. Wallace Award in Chemistry.
Scholarship Recognition Day honors Muskingum’s best performing students in academics, research, special projects and service.
Landis was also inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society at Muskingum University.
Dunn inducted into honorary society at YSU
YOUNGSTOWN – Jonathan Dunn of Salem has been inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the world’s premier business honorary association. Dunn is studying for a master’s in business administration degree at Youngstown State University.
Hunter, Schmied on Malone dean’s list
CANTON – Malone University announces that the following students have been named to the dean’s list for the Malone Management Program through the adult studies accelerated degree completion program, leading to a bachelor’s of arts degree in management.
Local students who have achieved this honor include project management majors, Kirk Hunter of Alliance and Theodore Schmied of Salem.
Hoppel receives Ambassador Award
ASHLAND – Harrison Hoppel of Hanoverton has been accepted to Ashland University for the fall semester of 2014.
Hoppel, a senior at Minerva High School, will receive the Ambassador Award for $1,500 annually to attend Ashland.
Local students on dean’s list at Geneva
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – The dean’s list at Geneva College is a roster of undergraduate students who have achieved high standing in their courses. To be eligible for this recognition, students must earn a GPA of at least 3.6 while passing 12 credit hours or more. Named to the dean’s list for the fall 2013 semester are area residents:
4East Liverpool: Jocelyn Wamsley.
4Leetonia: Jacob Mellinger.
4Rogers: Holly Billheimer.
4Wellsville: Jordan Bouscher.
McArtor Scholarship applications available
SALEM – Application forms are available in the guidance offices at local high schools for the annual Mona McArtor Scholarship given by Quota International Salem.
This scholarship was established in 1978 as an ongoing memorial to McArtor, a deceased member and past president of the club. The scholarship is valued at $500 and awarded each year to a student going into an undergraduate or graduate level and pursuing a career in the speech/audiology field. Applications may also be requested by calling Connie Phillips at 330-332-0121. The completed scholarship application and attachments are due no later than May 5.
All students who meet eligibility are encouraged to apply. The scholarship will be awarded in early June.