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Published 5/12/2004
Owens Community College Board of Trustees Awards 2004 Academic Excellence Scholarships

Area high school seniors recently were honored by Owens Community College's Board of Trustees for their outstanding achievements, receiving thousands of dollars in new scholarships through the Trustees' Academic Excellence Scholarship program.

"Owens Community College is pleased to reward these incoming students for superior academic efforts and exemplary contributions within their high schools and communities," said Jack Sculfort, Owens Chair of the Board of Trustees. "Each recipient's outstanding leadership qualities and intellectual skills will be a strong asset to Owens, and we look forward to welcoming them for the Fall Semester."

The Academic Excellence Scholarship program was created in 1998 by Owens' Board of Trustees to recognize the outstanding achievements of graduating high school seniors. Each recipient will receive a $2,000 two-year scholarship.

The scholarship is available for four consecutive semesters with applicants being enrolled full-time and pursuing an associate degree at the College, as well as maintaining a 3.0 grade point average each semester.

Students receiving a Trustees' Academic Excellence Scholarship and their intended course of study at Owens include:
  • Molly Jakubec of Whitehouse, an Anthony Wayne High School graduate (Pre-Business Administration)
  • Caitlin Smith of Arcadia, an Arcadia High School graduate (Medical Imaging Technologies)
  • Melissa Browne of Arlington, an Arlington High School graduate (Medical Imaging Technologies)
  • Elizabeth Riley of Bowling Green, a Bowling Green High School graduate (Radiography Major)
  • Heather Hobson of Northwood, a Cardinal Stritch High School graduate (Pre-Business Administration)
  • James Bake Jr. of Oregon, a Clay High School graduate (Pre-Business Administration Concentration)
  • Kelly McBride of Defiance, a Defiance High School graduate (Diagnostic Medical Sonography Major)
  • Matthew Wolf of Pemberville, an Eastwood High School graduate (Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology)
  • Steven Casey of Cygnet, an Elmwood High School graduate (Surveying Technology)
  • Ryan Griffin of Temperance, Mich., an Emmanual Baptist Christian High School graduate (Commercial Art)
  • Ariana Schubert of Findlay, a Findlay High School graduate (Physical Therapist Assistant Program)
  • Kristin Myers of Gibsonburg, a Fremont Ross High School graduate (Registered Nursing Program)
  • Lindsay Pertner of Millbury, a Genoa High School graduate (Business Management Technology)
  • Crystal Grimes of Northwood, a Lake High School graduate (Registered Nursing Program)
  • Luke Fike of Leipsic, a Leipsic High School graduate (Mechanical Engineering Technology)
  • Natalie Inbody of Findlay, a Liberty-Benton High School graduate (Early Childhood Education Technology)
  • Christopher Russell of Toledo, a Life Skills Center of Toledo graduate (Fine Art)
  • Eric Heinze of Maumee, a Maumee High School graduate (Radiography Major)
  • Heather Morris of McComb, a McComb High School graduate (Pre-Business Administration)
  • Catherine Schroeder of Leipsic, a Miller City High School graduate (Early Childhood Education Technology)
  • Dustin Greer of Mt. Cory, a Millstream Career Cooperative graduate (CAD Technology)
  • Cynthia Miller of Bloomdale, a North Baltimore High School graduate (Psychology)
  • Kelly Bear of Northwood, a Northwood High School graduate (Social Work)
  • Rachael Garling of Toledo, a Notre Dame Academy graduate (Early Childhood Education Technology)
  • Bethanna Sheets of Graytown, an Oak Harbor High School graduate (Early Childhood Education Technology)
  • Brett Riffner of Bowling Green, an Otsego High School graduate (Mechanical Engineering Technology)
  • Mary Manz of Paulding, a Paulding High School graduate (Physical Therapist Assistant Program)
  • Jean Stasa of Swanton, a Penta Career Center graduate (Practical Nursing Certificate Program)
  • Sarah Wright of Holland, a Performing Arts School of Toledo graduate (Undecided)
  • Anthony Fitzthum of Sandusky, a Perkins High School graduate (Fire Science Technology)
  • Alex Drozdowicz of Perrysburg, a Perrysburg High School graduate (Photography)
  • Loryn Koehler of Toledo, a Phoenix Academy graduate (Social Work)
  • Hollie Lichtenwalner of Toledo, a Rogers High School graduate (Surgical Program)
  • Heather Schmidt of Perrysburg, a Rossford High School graduate (Criminal Justice Technology)
  • Lee Schank of Republic, a Seneca East High School graduate (John Deere Agricultural Technician Program)
  • Steven Harvey of Toledo, a Springfield High School graduate (Business Management Technology)
  • James Marquis of Toledo, a St. Francis de Sales High School graduate (Undecided)
  • Elizabeth Huber of Toledo, a Start High School graduate (Psychology)
  • Kendra McGraw of Perrysburg, a Toledo Christian High School graduate (Pre-Business Administration)
  • Charlotte Malin of Toledo, a Toledo School for the Arts graduate (Undecided)
  • Jennifer Kusz of Toledo, a Toledo Technology Academy graduate (Dental Hygiene Program)
  • Allison Mort of Van Buren, a Van Buren High School graduate (Registered Nursing Program)
  • Sally Grubbs of Wharton, a Vanlue High School graduate (Accounting Technology)
  • Jenna Hamel of Toledo, a Whitmer High School graduate (Interior Design)
  • Joseph Hatfield of Toledo, a Woodward High School graduate (Fine Art)
Owens Community College is the fastest-growing higher educational institution in Ohio with 27 consecutive semesters of enrollment increases. On the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses, Owens serves more than 44,000 credit and non-credit students making it the number one choice for Northwest Ohio college students. Owens is committed to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability. Owens Community College offers over 130 program areas in Agriculture, Business, Fine and Performing Arts, Health, Public Service, Skilled Trades, Industrial and Engineering Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor's degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university.

 

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