The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 31
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f 'i "iflH.'U'll "I LI-'. U.~l.' THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1995 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL >• from Page 6 scholarship. Jenkins, son of Brad and Christine Jenkins, 2065 Wesley, plans a career in criminal justice. Garrett Morris, a senior at Southeast of Saline High School, accepted an Award of Excellence in art. Morris, son of John and Kathy Gregory, and Janice Morris, all of Assaria, plans a career in art. Morgan accepted by KU School of Medicine Chad Morgan, Salina, has been accepted at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Morgan is currently a student at Washburn University, Topeka. Nursing honor society at Washburn taps Williams Susan Williams, Salina, was inducted into the Washburn University Eta Kappa chapter of Sigma Theta Tau international nursing honor society during a ceremony April 29. Inductees must have an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher and an academic standing within the top 35 percent of their graduating class. Linn wins Goldwater award for science study Angela Linn, Abilene, is one of two University of Kansas students who have won Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships in a national competition offered to encourage excellence in science and mathematics. Linn, a junior, was among 285 students nationally to be offered the scholarships, created to pay tribute to retired U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Seven students in Kansas universities were named Goldwater recipients for 1995. The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation, Washington, D.C., administers the scholarship program. The scholarships provide up to $7,000 for tuition, fees, books, and room and board annually. Junior-level recipients are eligible for up to two years of scholarship support. Linn is majoring in physics and astronomy and plans a career in cosmology. She hopes to work as an astronaut and to teach. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linn, Abilene. At KU, Linn has worked with Adrian L. Melott, physics and astronomy professor, and the KU cosmology research group. "She has been using computer models to try to decide whether we can use the structure of galaxy clusters to reconstruct what the very early universe was like, 1 ' Melott said. "We study things that are like galaxy clusters that form in simula- tions. We see whether we can reliably reconstruct early stages of those simulations." Linn is a National Science Scholar and was a 1994 Summer Undergraduate Research Award recipient to study galaxy clusters. She plans to collaborate with George Rhee, astronomer at University of Nevada-Las Vegas who will be observing the elliptical characteristics of actual galaxy clusters. Barnes Maddy SES seniors awarded scholarships to Colby Two Southeast of Saline seniors have been awarded scholarships to attend Colby Community College for the 1995-96 academic year. Tom Barnes has received an admissions scholarship and plans to major in physical therapy. He is the son of Jerri Casida, Lindsborg. Robert Maddy has been awarded admissions and vocal music scholarships. He plans to major in engineering. He is the son of Steve and Vickie Maddy, Kipp. Sunset students recycle hundreds of pounds Sunset Elementary School fifth graders have once again been in charge of recycling at their school. Once each month the students collect paper, cardboard and catalogs from each classroom, the media center, the office, computer lab, and the building assistants' workroom. As of April 21, the students had collected 1,735 pounds of material which was taken to Images Recycling Center. This amount is equal to 347 reams or 173,500 sheets of paper. Sunset fifth graders encourage everyone to join in the recycling effort. They would like everyone to follow this motto on this spring's class trips: "Pack It Out, Pack it Back!" Return from field trips with your empty cans, plastic, and glass bottles. Remember, use what you need, just don't throw it away. Davis represents KSU at debate nationals For the 10th straight year, Kansas State University's debate team reached the elimination round of 64 teams at the Cross Examination Debate Association National Championship in San Diego. The K- State debaters, however, lost in their final elimination round to a team from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Lori Davis, freshman in speech, 6264 E. Country Club, and her partner Grant Denny, Winfield freshman, also represented K-State with a 4-4 record. Doherty inducted into nursing honor society Patrick E. Doherty has been elected to membership in Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing. He was inducted April 23 through the Epsilon Gamma Chapter-at-Large at Wichita State University. Doherty is the son of Patrick H. and Emma Doherty, 1903 Marc. Sigma Theta Tau International is a prestigious organization of nurse leaders, scholars and researchers. The honor society, founded at Indiana University in 1922, currently has 312 chapters at more than 356 colleges and universities worldwide. Membership in the society is awarded to bachelor's, master's and doctoral nursing candidates who achieve high scholastic averages and to graduates of nursing programs who have made outstanding contributions to nursing. Selected for membership in ag honorary at KSU The Kansas State University chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta agricultural honor society recently held its annual spring recognition reception. At the event, 40 students who excelled as sophomores were recognized, including Bradley H. Beier, Clifton, agricultural economics; Aaron L. Clanton, Minneapolis, milling science and management; Joanne C. Eilers, Salina, animal sciences and industry, and Lisa M. Pfizenmaier, Clyde, horticulture therapy. 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SPURS members are selected in the spring from freshman honor students who exhibit scholarship and responsibility through participation in college activities, service projects and leadership. The initiates, all freshmen, include Lance Davidson, 1802 Hillcrest Lane, engineering; Tonya Frieze, Chapman, business; and Melissa Pamperin, Clifton, fine arts. Rotary award to Bethany senior for study abroad Todd A. Burd, a senior at Bethany College, has been awarded a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship for one year of study abroad. Burd was recently accepted to Trinity College of Music in London. Burd, son of Richard and Ruth Burd of Norton, was nominated by the Norton Rotary District. He will study vocal performance and conducting while obtaining a masters of music degree in one year at Trinity. Burd is a music education and vocal performance major with a sacred music minor. He is also the director of music at Sunrise Presbyterian Church in Salina, and is a private voice instructor for high school students. KSU engineering students honored at open house Students in the College of Engineering at Kansas State University were honored during an open house awards ceremony April 1 in Manhattan. The Knights of St. Patrick award is given by the College of Engineering to outstanding seniors who are graduating in May, July or December. Students are judged according to their performance in honor societies, professional societies, academics and community service. Seniors named the 1995 Knights of St. Patrick include Matthew Ford, mechanical engineering, Concordia; Bettina Gaitros, nuclear engineering, Wilson; J. Scott Riekeman, computing and information sciences, Abilene, and Amee Urich, architectural engineering, 2153 Kensington Road. Mayes, Sleichter saluted by KSU Ag College Winners of outstanding student awards from Kansas State University's College of Agriculture were announced at the 31st J * "~j' annual awards assembly April 2. The American Society of Animal Science recognizes up to 10 percent of the sophomores, juniors and seniors who are enrolled in a four-year curriculum of animal science. In addition to high scholarship, the recipients must be of good moral character and intend to pursue a career in animal science and industry. Outstanding seniors recognized include Joanna Mayes and Jeff Sleichter, both of Abilene. Chosen as counselors for Fort Hays freshmen Fort Hays State University students have been selected to be counselors in 1995 to guide first : time freshmen as they participate in early registration. They received training in the office of student development. Selected as counselors are Christian Carney, 1318 Greeley, junior; Billie Conley, Assaria, senior; Patricia Duffey, 2118 Roach, senior; Dena Saenger, Salina, sophomore; and Christine Scheibmeir, Solomon, junior. Student counselors assist freshmen in preparing a fall schedule of classes, obtaining their student identification card and receiving a campus tour. In the summer, student counselors take freshmen to meet their academic advisors. When the freshmen arrive in the fall, stu- •»• Continued to Page 12 MODEL SXD27Q •Temperature Controlled Beverage Chiller •Water and Crushed Ice In The Door • Handy Compartment Right Inside The Door • Keeps Milk and Other Beverages up to 5° Cooler so Milk Lasts Over Twice As Long • Recognized by the American Dairy Association 740 N. 9th, Salina Open Mon.-Fri. 9-6 827-1420 Sat. 9-4 Financing Available S<*Utt4, A rtWI

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