2009-2010 Scholarship News
Students Win Scholarships to Study in China for Summer Program
WKU students Sara Moody and Alyssa Surina are the recipients of scholarships from the Foundation for Asia Pacific Education. Moody received a $1,000 scholarship from the Foundation and Surina’s scholarship was $500.
Four WKU Graduates Receive Fulbright Awards
This year, four WKU graduates–Jennifer Dooper, Dawn Reinhardt, Eileen Ryan and Emily Wilcox–have been awarded 2010-2011 Fulbright grants.
Two WKU Students Awarded Department of Defense SMART Scholarships
Two WKU students Jacob Haven, a second-year student in the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science , and Brittany Logan are receiving scholarships which represent a combined value of more than $500,000 of funding over the course of the next four years.
Graduate Selected for Scholarship to Study at University of Amsterdam
WKU graduate Cassandra Warren will pursue a one-year master’s degree in gender, sexuality and society during the 2010-11 school year at the University of Amsterdam on the Huygens Scholarship Programme.
WKU Student Receives Full Scholarship to Prestigious Veterinary School
Chase McNulty, a WKU senior from Owensboro, has been accepted at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine and received a scholarship to cover full tuition and fees for the first year.
WKU Student Honored Second Time As Udall Scholar
In 2009, William “Joey” Coe and Patrick Stewart became the first ever Udall Scholars at Western Kentucky University. Coe, a junior at WKU, has once again been honored as the only Udall Scholar from Kentucky in the 2010 competition.