Student News - June 6, 2014
Friday, June 06, 2014 11:00 AM
Katie Adams of Hanover was one of five Franklin College students who received awards and prize money for their art on March 15 at the Annual Ethos Art Show at Beeson Hall at Franklin Parks and Recreation. Adams, a senior, earned three awards for her ceramic sculptures in the pottery/ceramics category. She won first place for "One," third place for "Fish Tail Beauty" and an honorable mention for "Clap." This was her first art show outside of the college. She is the daughter of Robert and Peggy Adams of Hanover.
Bellarmine University recently named the following residents to the dean's list for the spring semester of the 2013-2014 school year:
Kassi Green of Pendleton, Ky., a senior majoring in business administration, is a graduate of Trimble County High School.
Karianna Huff of Pendleton, Ky., a sophomore majoring in exercise science, is a graduate of North Oldham High School.
Caitlin Kelly of Madison, a sophomore majoring in elementary education, is a graduate of Shawe Memorial High School.
Ashleigh Poling of Madison, a sophomore majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology, is a graduate of Madison Consolidated High School.
Sadie Schmidt of Madison, a sophomore majoring in pre-nursing, is a graduate of Madison Consolidated High School.
Brittney Snodgrass of Madison, a freshman majoring in elementary education, is a graduate of Shawe Memorial High School.
Victoria Valkovci of Madison, a junior majoring in psychology, is a graduate of Shawe Memorial High School.
Bellarmine's dean's list recognizes students who receive a grade point average of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
Madison's Union Lodge No. 2 recently announced local scholarship recipients. Each student received $1,300 from the Indiana Grand Lodge Scholarship Board. Those receiving scholarships included: Derek Herrick, sponsored by himself; Sarah P. Smith, sponsored by her father Steven Smith; Alyssa J. Fulton, sponsored by her father, Timothy Fulton; and Samuel Smith, sponsored by his father, Steven Smith.
SEI Communications recently announced scholarship award recipients. This is the 22nd year for the Southeastern Indiana Rural Telephone Scholarship Awards. Five $500 awards are presented to high school seniors whose parents or guardians are cooperative customers, and three $500 scholarships are presented to high school seniors whose parents are guardians are current SEI Data customers. Madison Consolidated High School student Meredith Owen and Southwestern High School student Haley Schiphorst received SEI Data scholarships.