Herb & Beth Hearsey Scholarship Endowment Award Winners
for Library Student Workers 2011- 2012
Hearsey Scholarship Criteria: Recipients must be full-time students; expected to demonstrate merit through completion of the scholarship application and letters of reference; must have been previously employed by the Libraries in a non-professional student capacity for a minimum of eight hours per week for at least one quarter (or summer); Students must be employed by the Libraries a minimum of eight hours per week while they are scholarship recipients.
Abibatau (Abie) Saidy
TLA / Writing Centr
Don (Dung) Pham
The Mabel Zoe Wilson Award Criteria: Recipients must have contributed to the goals of the Libraries and distinguished themselves from their peers by demonstrating unusual imagination, interest and capability in providing outstanding service.
The 2011- 2012 Mable Zoe Wilson Award was awarded to Andy Holm - - Stacks Management
to our graduating senior student library workers as well!
Erin Lawhead: English major, currently managing a Starbucks, then to Taiwan to teach English
Molly Morrow: English major, taking one year off and then hopefully Iowa Writers Workshop
Lucia Vendetti: Liberal Studies major. Library school is in her future
Carly Gauche: Communication Sciences and Disorders major & 2010 Hearsey Scholarship winner. Grad school is in her future.
Abrian Curington: Art major & 2010 Hearsey Scholarship Winner
Christopher Wieting: History & German majors, will be going to Seattle U Law School.
Alexandra Wenrick: Early Childhood Special Education, Woodring.
Alison Luhrs : Theatre major, English minor
Andy Holm: Anthropology , Social Studies major, history minor.
2010 Herb & Beth Hearsey Scholarship winner, 2011 Mabel Zoe Wilson Award
Teaching Learning Academy/TLA:
University Archives & Records Center:
Annie Jansen: Political Science & English Literature majors; Annie has been accepted into graduate school at Woodring and will begin in Fall Quarter 2011.
Michelle Chatterton: Environmental Studies (Huxley) ; Michelle will be doing a field project this summer and is interested in environmental policy and graduate school.
Amos Stailey-Young : English major
Brendan Clark: English major
Ian Terada: English major
Rebecca Baker: English major; named 2011 English Department Outstanding Graduating Sr.
Stephen Novotny: English major , plans to go to graduate school for an MFA