Zeta Zeta Scholarshipâ€” Brooke McQuerrey, I am from Lawson, MO, and a junior at the University of Central Missouri studying criminal justice. While attending UCM I have been actively involved in Alpha Sigma Alpha, University Ambassadors, UCM Football Angels, Lambda Sigma, Order of Omega and am a student volunteer at the Missouri Veterans Home.
Zeta Eta Scholarshipâ€” Shannon Pultz,
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I am an undergraduate student of Rockhurst University with a double major in communication and psychology. A St. Louis native, I am currently the president of the Zeta Eta Chapter.
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Beta Gamma Scholarshipâ€” DruShea Dear, I am a political science major at Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK. I am the current student body president and heavily involved on my campus. I wish to obtain a law degree from an Oklahoma institution and pursue a lifetime career in law and public service.
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Dr. Ann Rowlette Scholarshipâ€” Melinda Burkemper, I am a junior elementary education major from the Phi Phi Chapter at Northwest Missouri State University. I take great pride in being actively involved in Greek life on my campus, and I anticipate beginning my teaching career. My favorite quote, â€œTo the world you may be but one person, but to one person you may be the worldâ€? (unknown) guides my life and choice of career because I feel it applies both to the contributions I am able to make to others, as well as how others shape my life.
Grace Fultz Haworth Music Scholarshipâ€” Lori Riehl, I have been an active member of the Epsilon Kappa Chapter, Millersville University, PA, since spring 2005. I have served as editor/historian, treasurer and president. Majoring in mathematics education, I plan to teach high school mathematics and become a high school principal. I also served as editor-in-chief of the Touchstone yearbook at Millersville and as a resident assistant on campus.
Freida Riley Awardâ€” Sandra McCarthy, I have been teaching for nine years. For the past six years, I have been a special education teacher at Westfield High School in Westfield, NJ. I am also the co-founder and advisor of the Westfield High School dance team. I received a bachelor of arts in psychology from the Stony Brook University where I am a founding sister of the Zeta Iota Chapter. I received a master of science in special education from Long Island University.
Career Enhancement Grantâ€” Leigh Ann Greathouse, I am originally from Lake Charles, LA. I graduated in 2004 with a bachelorâ€™s degree in computer information systems. My interest in computers and love of learning propelled me to advance my education with a masterâ€™s degree with which I graduated in 2005. I moved to Dallas where I currently reside to seek more opportunities in information technology. Alpha Sigma Alpha continues to be a prominent part of my life as I maintain membership with the Dallas Alumnae Chapter and also serve as a national volunteer for the sorority.
Career Enhancement Grantâ€” Jennifer Parker Moore, I currently work at North Branch Area Schools as the district instructional technology and media specialist. I received a doctor of education from Central Michigan University in 2006 and was recently able to travel to the Peopleâ€™s Republic of China to study educational policy and school improvement.
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