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MAILED: July 28, 2000

          EAU CLAIRE — The College of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire recently announced scholarship recipients for the 2000-2001 academic year.
          The Baradwaj College of Business Minority Scholarship, worth $250, was awarded to Giang Tran, a senior marketing major from Chanhassen, Minn.
          The Becker Business Scholar-Athlete Award, worth $500, was given to Anthony Grosso, a senior management information systems major from Rochester, Minn.
          The Philip Breitman Memorial Scholarship, worth tuition costs for fall and spring semesters, was awarded to Elizabeth Gardner, a senior marketing major from Wisconsin Rapids.
          The Robert D. MacDonald Memorial Scholarship, worth $900, was awarded to Kirsten Bergquist, a junior management major from Buffalo, Minn.
          The NSP College of Business Diversity Scholarship, worth $2,000, was awarded to Pa Houa Vue, a senior marketing major from Kaukauna.
          The Norwest Bank-Eau Claire College of Business Diversity Scholarship, worth $2,000, was awarded to Mai Yia Yang, a senior accounting major from Eau Claire.
          The Brad Olson Memorial Scholarship, worth $1,000, was awarded to Darian Hall, a senior management information systems major from Tomah.
          The Jean M. Peterson Memorial Scholarship, worth $300, was awarded to Ellie Breyer, a junior business finance major from Waverly, Minn.
          The Charles F. White Memorial Scholarship, worth $500, was awarded to Lori Christians, a senior marketing major from Wausau.
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Updated: Aug. 1, 2000