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Twenty-three students receive Rogers Scholarships

February 11, 2002

Lewis & Clark honored 23 students as Rogers scholars at a banquet in October. Established at the College in 1995, the Mary Stuart Rogers Scholarship honors students whose academic achievements are complemented by qualities of leadership, dedication, integrity, compassion, sensitivity, and self-discipline.

Scholarships are awarded annually to juniors and seniors in the undergraduate college and to students pursuing a master of arts in teaching in the Graduate School of Education.

 

Scholarship recipients

 

  • James Avison J.D. ’98, M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Ginger Beck ’02, English

     

  • Jennifer Beck M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Rosemary Boardman M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Jessica Breiman ’03, sociology and anthropology

     

  • Irakly Chkhenkely ’02, international affairs and German studies

     

  • Fauna Doyle ’02, communication

     

  • Lenka Fedorova ’02, German studies and international affairs

     

  • Kara Fox ’02, sociology and anthropology

     

  • Jodi Antje Garrington ’03, history

     

  • Graham Gilbert ’02, environmental affairs

     

  • Brooke Hallinan M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Shana Harris ’02, sociology and anthropology

     

  • Carmen Kinny ’03, English

     

  • Rose Mastrangelo ’02, English

     

  • Joshua Munson M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Malia Parecki ’02, psychology

     

  • Elizabeth Posey ’03, psychology

     

  • Mischa Ronick ’03, biology (religious studies minor)

     

  • Matthew Sancomb M.A.T. ’02

     

  • Rosemary Schmidt ’02, sociology and anthropology (gender studies and art minor)

     

  • Jason Smith ’02, political science

     

  • Debra Watson M.A.T. ’02

     

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