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| Outstanding Students
To Be Honored May 10
MAILED: May 4, 2000
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Alumni Association will honor 14 students during the 2000 Outstanding Student and Scholarship Award Luncheon Wednesday, May 10.
The luncheon will begin at noon in the Spruce/Tamarack Room, Davies Center. Tickets are $9.
Angela Scott, a senior biochemistry/molecular biology major from Dodgeville, will receive the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Student Award.
Nicole R. Wolf, a senior accounting major from Woodbury, Minn., will receive the College of Business Outstanding Student Award.
The International Education Outstanding Student Award will go to Natalya Kaganovich, a graduate English student from Yurgu, Russia.
The American Ethnic/Special Programs Outstanding Student Award will be awarded to two students: Deanna Dennis, a senior English major from Appleton, and Kia Xiong, a senior elementary education major from Wausau.
Debbie Ledo-Anderl, an American Indian studies and journalism major from Fall Creek, will receive the Adult Opportunities Outstanding Student Award.
The Professional Studies Outstanding Student Award for Education will be awarded to Linda Arrowood, a senior special education major from Wausau.
Jennifer Stack, a senior kinesiology major from Yerington, Nev., will receive the Professional Studies Outstanding Student Award for Human Sciences and Services.
The Professional Studies Outstanding Student Award for Nursing, will go to Marian Anderson, a senior nursing major from Altoona.
The Graduate Studies Outstanding Student Award for the College of Arts and Sciences will be awarded to December 1999 English master's recipient Scott Beard, Wisconsin Dells.
The Graduate Studies Outstanding Student Award for the College of Business will be awarded to December 1999 master's of business administration graduate George Bell, Eau Claire.
Kristin Kleinsteiber, a communication disorders graduate student from Madison, will receive the Graduate Studies Outstanding Student Award for the College of Professional Studies.
Two scholarship recipients also will be recognized during the luncheon. Senior Christine Kadonsky, a social studies major from Wausau, will receive the $500 Hibbard Scholarship. Junior James W. Johnson, a social studies major from Lake Geneva, will receive the $500 Haas Scholarship.
For more information or to reserve luncheon tickets, contact the Alumni Association, (715) 836-3266.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: May 4, 2000