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The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina recently approved scholarships totaling $315,250 to 87 students from Western North Carolina. The Foundation administers approximately 60 scholarships funds, about 40 of which run a spring cycle offered to high school seniors each year.

According to John Fleming of the WNC Regional Scholarships Committee, the young people interviewed during the selection process impressed the committee with their focus, ambition and commitment to their work and communities. “This is a group of young people who are pursuing their education and dreams with determination and excitement,” he said. “Some of these future pharmacists, linguists, engineers, doctors and veterinarians come from economically-depressed households or otherwise face hurdles that might make academic success a challenge but they do not let anything stand in their way. It is deeply rewarding to be able to support their efforts.”

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Hope McConnell, daughter of Elbert and Martha McConnell, received an award for academic excellence for Physics Science Education from Dr. Mesfin Woldeychannes at Western Carolina University.

McConnell is a senior at WCU.

 

 

 

 

The following area students graduated from Brevard College in Brevard, N.C. during its 158th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 14.

— Derek Sean Church of Franklin earned a bachelor's degree in Business and Organizational Leadership.

— Gregory Chase Henry of Franklin earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology.

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Western Carolina University held spring commencement exercises for graduate students on May 6, at the Ramsey Center.

Elizabeth (Lisa) Stark Younce graduated with a doctoral degree in educational leadership. The title of her dissertation was, "Middle School Teacher Attitudes toward the Achievement of English Language Learners."

To complete her dissertation, data were gathered from surveying middle school language arts teachers across the state of North Carolina.

 

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