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School news

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 - 12:01 am

College

•These students received an iAB Financial Bank Employee Scholarship award: Heather Huffman, Nathan Liechty, Alexander Martin and Kristin Wilde. These students are renewing scholarship recipients: Kelsey Ahrens, Melinda Bender, Jessica Grandlienard, Allison Hamm, Molly McKee, Angela Witmer and Jennifer Witmer.

•The University of Saint Francis is offering an accelerated Associate of Arts in General Studies this fall semester through its College of Adult Learning. Appointments can be scheduled online at www.sf.edu/visit. Information: www.sf.edu/adult or call 399-7777 or 1-800-729-4732.

•Stanley W. Davis, professor and interim associate dean in the Richard T. Doermer School of Business at IPFW, has been named interim vice chancellor for financial affairs, effective July 31.

•Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast administrator Martha Martin, International Initiatives coordinator, participated in the fourth annual EducationUSA Forum June 26-28 in Washington D.C.

•IPFW announced it will offer a new online bachelor's degree in nursing for registered nurses with an associate's degree in nursing who want to pursue a bachelor's degree. The program will launch the fall 2013 semester. Call 481-6282 or visit www.ipfw.edu/rn-to-bs.

•Alexandria Dryer, a University of Evansville junior from Columbia City, has received a study abroad grant from Phi Kappa Phi, one of the nation's most selective academic honor societies. Dryer will use the $1,000 grant to spend the spring 2014 semester at Harlaxton College, the University of Evansville's British campus in Grantham, England.

Miscellaneous

•The Kosciusko County Community Foundation awarded Warsaw students Zarek Finley, Gabby Monroy and Jordan Acton the Phillip Hochstetler Memorial Scholarships. The students will pursue a career in the criminal justice field.

•Julia Kuhn of Fort Wayne was elected to the 2014 State 4-H Junior Leader Council at the recently completed State 4-H Junior Leader Conference. Kuhn is a member of the Eel River 4-H Club. She will be a junior this fall.

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