The Quidditch Club received validation this summer when the International Quidditch Association awarded the Winthrop chapter with its Swag Award for Most Powerful, Visual and Physical Presence on the field, beating hundreds of teams from across the nation.
Winthrop women's basketball player Dequesha McClanahan '14 has been voted the Big South Conference Female Student-Athlete of the Year for the 2013-14 season by the League's Athletics Directors, Senior Woman Administrators and Sports Information Directors.
Matthew Knowles '13, '14,
The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) has selected Winthrop alumnus Matthew Neal '13, '14 as a recipient of the prestigious KSTF Teaching Fellowship.
Music major Joshua Wald has been selected as one of 10
finalists in the division of Junior/Senior College Men for the first National
Association of Teachers of Singing voice competition to be held in Boston,
Massachusetts, in conjunction with the 53rd NATS National Convention. The
competition is set for July 6-7.
Society for Human Resource Management,
Winthrop's student chapter of the Society
for Human Resource Management has won the organization's Superior
Merit Award for excellence and achievement.
AccountingAccounting major Cissie Xi of
Nantong, China has been awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Charlotte Chapter
of the Institute of Internal Auditors.
Jeanne Stroud '14,
05/29/2014Winthrop track and cross country athlete Jeanne Stroud
was named the Big South Conference's Woman of the Year for 2013-14
season at the conference's Spring Meetings Awards and Hall of Fame Dinner in
Hannah Hadaway '14,
05/10/2014Winthrop track and field runner
Hannah Hadaway received the Tillman Award at the May 10
The Tillman Award, established in 1940 to honor former
S.C. Governor Benjamin Ryan Tillman, is presented to the student in the
graduating class with the highest cumulative grade point average.
Winners from the 2014 Winthrop Student Life Awards
- Mary Mildred Sullivan Award: Audry
- Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award: Austin
- American Legion Awards: Deshawn Clement and
- James C. and Kimberly Dickens Williamson
Leadership Award: Taylor Jernigan and Lisa Howard
- Gloria Godfrey Jones Outstanding Tutor Award: Jarrod
- Exemplary Service by an Individual Award:
- Multicultural Student Life Award:
- SOAR Award: Leah
- Intern of the Year: Dedra Darby
- Student Organization with Exemplary record of Service: Student
- Exemplary Service Project by a Group:
Students Challenging Others to Pursue Excellence (SCOPE)
The fourth annual student body elections have
closed. The new president and vice president of the Council of Student
Leaders are Ian Deas and Jarvais Jackson.
They will officially begin duties following May commencement.
Four Winthrop students in the university's
chapter of the Phi Beta Lambda organization took home honors at the state
- Nick Cunningham (president of the
state PBL): 1st in management analysis, decision-making and client service;
Director Award for career membership
Yarborough: 1st in computer concepts
Swistak: 1st in business law
- Justin Groves
(unable to attend): 1st in word processing
Lambda is the collegiate Division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi
Beta Lambda, Inc. This is Winthrop's first year with a PBL chapter.
Thirteen students were
inducted into Winthrop's chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society:
Scarlett Morgan Boyd
Leigh Olivia Fransen
Emily Crystal Hokett
Lex Henry Nordlinger
Bethany M. Robinson
Kathryn Victoria Steverson
Lauren Caroline Switzer
The national organization
recognizes superior scholarship in all disciplines. Undergraduate students
are eligible for consideration who have senior status and are
scholastically in the upper 10 percent of their class or have junior status
and are scholastically in the upper 7.4 percent of their class.
Three English majors are the recipients of the
Geraldine Trammel Hurley Fellowship, which entails an international study
- Chelsea Bergmann will attend the
International Summer School program, Education in Ireland, at NUI
- Marie Tumaniec will attend the Yeats
Summer School Sligo, Ireland;
- Brierly Willis will
backpack a section of the North Downs Way to recreate a portion of the
Canterbury Tales in England.
Senior biology major Kara
Hardwick has received the 2014 Raymond W. Sarber Award from the
American Society for Microbiology. The award recognizes students who
have excelled at the undergraduate and predoctoral levels in research and
Hardwick began her innovative research in the field of
conservation medicine in 2012. Her research focuses on the origin of disease in
the U.S. and a way to determine if there is a link between introduced species
and disease outbreaks in humans and animals.
The student tutoring group
SCOPE (Students Challenging Others to Promote Education)
has won the Julia Post Activities Award by the city of Rock Hill's Parks,
Recreation & Tourism Department. Operating out of the Boyd Hill Recreation
Center, the tutors provide extra academic instruction to low-income,
high-need children in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Visual communication designFrom:
Current visual communication
design major Glenna Baron two ADDY-winning campaigns
for Seafoods.com (Judges Pick), La Storia Productions Business Cards
(Gold), La Storia Productions Website (Gold), La Storia Productions Logo
The American Advertising Federation (AAF) Charlotte is a
non-profit professional trade association comprised of creative people
dedicated to excellence in advertising. The AAF Charlotte recognizes the
year’s best projects in both the professional and student industry with
the annual ADDY Awards ceremony.
02/27/2014Alex Muller won the senior scholarship as well as
the Frederic Fadner Award for best critical essay in the Sigma Tau Delta
Review for his essay on Lacanian interpretations of King Lear at the
Sigma Tau Delta 90th Anniversary International Conference.
02/27/2014At the Sigma Tau Delta 90th
Anniversary Conference, Jeanne Stroud was named runner
up for the Isabel Sparks President's Award for best paper submitted to
the conference for her presentation, "The Adolescent Brain in
The Resident Students'
Association has again won the top prize of School of the Year from
the S.C. Organization for Residential Education. Other awards included
National Residence Hall Honorary Chapter of the Year, Best First-Year
Experience and Best Banner.
Freshman Marthaline Cooper
broke the school record in the weight throw at the Hilton Garden
Invitational, with a distance of 18.46 meters, besting the previous
record of 17.65 meters.
science students placed 10th out of 51 teams at the southeast regional
competition in November. Sponsored by the National Association for Computing
Machinery and IBM at George Tech, the three Winthrop
students--Nick Cramer, Grandy Nguyen and John
Connell--beat teams from universities such as the universities
of Southern Alabama, South Florida, Auburn and Bob Jones.
Model UN students competed at the
University of North Carolina-Charlotte Model UN conference in October
and the Southern Regional Model UN conference in Atlanta in November.
Winthrop students took home the most individual and team awards of any
participating institution at the first conference and won several
awards from the latter.
Amanda Leigh Floyd,
12/14/2013Senior Amanda Leigh
Floyd of Lugoff, S.C., received the Tillman Award at Winthrop
University’s fall Commencement exercises on Dec. 14 at Winthrop Coliseum.
The Tillman Award is the university’s highest academic
McClanahan, senior guard for the women's basketball team, has now
bested the school's scoring record with a total of 1,862 points. She now leads
both the men's and women's teams in scoring, beating a record that has been
held since 1982.
McClanahan, senior guard on the women's basketball team, became the
all-time leading scorer in women's basketball history on Nov. 10 versus the
College of Charleston. She finished the game with 17 points, 11 rebounds and
six assists. She now has 1,708 overall points, breaking a record that has
stood for 25 years, and is 143 points away from becoming Winthrop's top
scorer for both the men's and women's teams.
The students who produce
Winthrop's Honors Program newsletter "The Sage Page" tied for
first place in the National Collegiate Honors Council's newsletter
competition. The "Sage Page" comes out in the fall and spring.
Program Director Kathy Lyon will accept on behalf of the students in New
Counseling and developmentFrom:
Graduate student Omileye
Achikeobe-Lewis attended the UNICEF Global Interfaith WASH Alliance
in New York in September. The alliance is a group of world faith and
cultural leaders who strive to reach the United Nations' 2015 goal of
providing every child with sustainable, clean water and improved
Along with her husband, she founded the
YeyeOsun Institute of Sacred Balance and Humanity4Water Awards, both
dedicated to this goal. Through their institute, they create experiences
for people to “be with the water and earth” and hear inspiring stories. She
is also the author of several books, available on her
Ruth M. Fujino,
major Ruth M. Rujino was awarded the Waldemar J.
Trjitzinsky Scholarship from the American Mathematical Society on Oct. 10.
The $3,000 scholarship is one of eight awarded nationwide to help talented
students with their mathematics studies.
Senior Kara Hardwick has been
awarded the Raymond W. Sarber Award from the
American Society of Microbiology. She is the only
undergraduate recipient of the award in the country and will honored in
May 2014 at the society's annual meeting in Boston.
worked on faculty member Matt Heard's lab for a year, where she is
studying whether there is a link between the introduction of exotic
mammals and the emergence of infectious diseases in humans.
Sophomore percussionist Lex Nordlinger has won the
competitive Sid Catlett/Ed Shaughnessy PASIC (Percussive Arts Society
International Convention) Scholarship. The award, based on
competitive auditions worldwide via video recording, consists of a $500
stipend towards the recipient’s travel expenses to attend the
This year’s PASIC convention is
Nov. 6–9 in Indianapolis.
Winthrop University's chapter of
Psi Chi, the international psychology honors society,
has won the model chapter award for the 2012-13 academic year from the
main Psi Chi. The award recognizes "chapters that consistently maintain
outstanding records of membership inductions, chapter correspondence,
service projects, and other criteria associated with being an
outstanding chapter," according to the Psi Chi website.
Winthrop's chapter also won the Southeastern Regional Chapter Award
earlier this year.
Fine arts w/ jewelry concentrationFrom:
Fine arts major Christopher Smalls
has been selected as a featured speaker for Ignite Charlotte 6 on Sept. 17.
During the conference, people from the community share their personal or
professional passions in a quick format to bring together
Winthrop University placed 146 of its
255 student-athletes on the prestigious Big South Conference Presidential
Honor Roll, ranking fourth of the 12 member schools for the 212-13 academic
Visual Communication Design: IllustrationKatie Kath
'11 was recently selected as one of two winners for the national
Student Illustrator Scholarship for the Society of Children's Book
Writers & Illustrators. Kath majored in visual communication design
with an emphasis in illustration when she attended Winthrop. She
earned a master's from Savannah College of Art and Design earlier
this year. As part of her award package, Kath will attend a conference
this summer in Los Angeles.
fine arts students--Bryanna Smith, Connor Clinch, Josiah
Blevins, Sarah Gregory, William Johnson, Kaitlyn Walters,
Nadia Blackmon and Chris Clark--helped make the “tiles”
for an installation at the Mint Museum earlier this month. The
installation is titled "Path of Yes" and was created by Charlotte
artist John W. Love Jr.
At the May performance, Mint
Curator of Contemporary Art Brad Thomas also gave a shout-out to
Winthrop BFA grad Julie Thompson, who this
past year earned the Zachary A. Smith Internship at the Mint and is
currently under contract at the Mint working with the director of
collections and exhibitions.
Blackwell received the Tillman Award at the May 2013
undergraduate commencement ceremony. The award is given to the student
with the highest GPA in the graduating class.
Seventeen Winthrop students were selected as the 2013 Winthrop
Initiative for STEM Educators. They are:
• Logan Andrews (Hartsville,
• Tyra Douglas (Rock Hill, S.C.)
• Gabrielle Epelle
• Danielle Gasparik (Sebastian, Fla.)
Gathers (Eutawville, S.C.)
• Katja Hall (Vienna, Va.)
Howard (Lamar, S.C.)
• Lynnique Johnson (Lake Wylie, S.C.)
• Lauren Lintz (Florence, S.C.)
• Alesha Love (Columbia, S.C.)
• Olivia Manley (Rock Hill, S.C.)
• Diamond Melendez (Spartanburg,
• Allison Riffe (Charleston, S.C.)
• Abigail Roush (North
• Shanythia Thomas (Aiken, S.C.)
• David Walker
(Tega Cay, S.C.)
• Jessica Zinna (Lexington, S.C.)
04/06/2013Battalion Commander Lt. Colonel
Gary McGinnis, presented Winthrop ROTC Cadet
Mackenzie Mynatt the Military Order of the Purple Heart Award
for outstanding achievement for a cadet who demonstrated academic
success and sacrifice at the Battalion ROTC Ball at UNC
The Society for Developmental Biology
selected junior biology major Brittany Prioleau to
participate in a mentor-student team as part of a new National Science
Foundation-funded program called CHOOSE Development! She is one of 10
fellows selected for the program and will work with biology faculty
member Heather J. Evans-Anderson.
Sharon Jenkins '11,
Sharon Jenkins '11, who is currently pursuing a
master's in biology at Winthrop, has been selected as a 2013 Knowles Fellow
from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation Teaching Fellows
program. Through the five-year program, fellows are offered
support through teaching resources, curriculum materials, research and
experts in the field.
Matthew Neal, a senior pursuing a degree
in mathematics, was nominated and made it to the final interview
This is the first time Winthrop has had a
fellow in the program.
Junior Aaron Eichelberger has
been named to the 2013 Class of Newman Civic Fellows. Presented by
Campus Compact, the designation is awarded to students who strive
to implement lasting change in their communities.
Twenty-two dance majors represented Winthrop at the at the
Southeast American College Dance Festival in Tampa, Fla. Several of
the students -- Samantha Patterson, Kristin Ward, Mason
Diaz, Brittany Johnson, Mackenzie Elder, Nikesha Nelson, Shelby
Mosher, Allie Nunweiler and Dani White --
performed a piece entitled "Stirrings of Consciousness," which was
created by Instructor of Dance Meg Schriffen. It was one of 12
pieces selected for a performance, the first time in nearly a decade
that a piece from a Winthrop faculty member was chosen.
House received the 2013 Hall of Fame Award at the BACCHUS Area 9
Conference in late February. As president of the Student
Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT), the award is given to a
senior with distinguished service and leadership.
organization itself won the 2013 Iron Chef Mock-Tail
Kimberly Small and Jaclyn Cirillo,
ArtTwo art majors--Kimberly Small and Jaclyn
Cirillo--won honorable mentions at the ASID Carolinas Chapter
of the 2012-2013 Otto Zenke Student Design Competition.
Tarah Catalano was assigned to create
a point-of-purchase display for her 3D-design class. The
Charlotte design community gave Catalano a special award for her
project at the 2013 Addy Awards, hosted by the AAF
Several students have been
accepted into the 2013 College Band Directors National Association
Intercollegiate Band, which will perform at the association's national
convention in Greensboro March 20-23. The students are: Joshua
Artz, clarinet, junior music education major; Stephen
McFall, oboe, junior music education major; Christopher
Mitchell, baritone saxophone, senior music education major;
Phillip Loftis, euphonium, senior music
education major; and Zachary Miller,
percussion, graduate percussion performance student.
Masters, fine artsFrom:
U.S.A.Laura Zellmer, a graduate student
pursuing a master's in fine arts, won the South Carolina Art
Education Association's Liz Smith-Cox Scholarship, awarded to those
aspiring to be art educators.
U.S.A.Sarah Rubinstien, a bachelor of fine
arts student in the Department of Fine Arts, won the South Carolina
Art Education Association's scholarship.
Polomski, an exercise science major in the Department of Physical
Education, Sport, and Human Performance, will spend the summer in a Duke
Center for Living Integrated Health Sciences internship in Durham, NC. He is
a junior from Easley, S.C. The Duke Center for Living allows interns to
gain experience working with clinical trials investigating the effects of
exercise and/or dietary interventions on cardiovascular and metabolic
Polomski will work on the research team for Dr.
William Kraus, who is investigating the role of exercise in reducing
mortality and improving the quality-of-life of patients with
various stages of heart failure. Polomski’s primary responsibilities
will include assisting with exercise stress tests, exercise
training, and data entry and attending weekly intern
The Center for Career and Civic Engagement
announced its 2011 Intern of the Year, Nancy Catherine
Zende is a graduating science communication from
Greenville, S.C. She is part of the Honors association and
currently the Science & Technology Editor for the
Johnsonian. Zende completed her academic internship in fall 2011
with The Messenger Center (a Christian counseling center) in
Zende discussed the impact of her internship,
“…my internship involved much more creativity and independence
than I had originally expected. In my time working with [my
supervisor], I learned the value of flexibility and creativity. She
would give me ideas of things she wanted to achieve, and I would
brainstorm and develop unique ways of accomplishing those goals. I
learned practical things like grant writing, event planning, and
marketing development.” She describes her internship experience
as “a very important mission” and an experience that was “not
just about accumulating hours; it became a mission to help an
organization that was helping so many people.”
be honored at the annual Student Life Awards Ceremony on
Tuesday, April 17, and her name will be added to a plaque in the
Career and Civic Engagement office.
Kayla Barber and Allie Briggs,
Rock Hill and Sumter,
03/18/2012Kayla Barber and Allie Briggs won an
Outstanding Delegation Award in their committee representing the United Arab
Emirates at this spring's Southeast Regional Model Arab League
on March 16-18. Justin Barbee also was singled out by his committee chair at the
Griffin Glaze, a graphic design student, won a
Charlotte ADDY Award in the Best in Student Work category for her project
entitled School Garden Social Causes.
of Fine Arts held an exhibition "Multiplicity" for nine senior
photography students on Dec. 2 at The Design Center of the Carolinas in
The Winthrop University
delegation received several awards at the Southern
Regional Model United Nations, held on November 17-19. The
students competed against much larger schools such as Florida A &
M, UNC at Charlotte, Old Dominion University, Mississippi State, and
many others. There were a total of 863 delegates.
winners of Outstanding Delegates were Brandon Dane
as Syria and Kayla Barber as
Algeria in the General Assembly.
The winners for
Distinguished Delegation for representing the People's Democratic
Republic of Algeria go to (Head-Delegate) Eric
Bostic, Coordinator-General Helen
Layton, Amy Fabel,
Alexandra "Allie" Briggs, Katie
Jorsch and Kayla Barber.
Winthrop Chorale and Chamber Singers Tour
The Winthrop Chorale and Chamber Singers
embarked on a tour around South Carolina from Nov. 14-16.
They visited Greenville, Spartanburg, Seneca and Charleston and
reached out to nearly 20 high school music programs. Director
Katherine Kinsey said the group performed at Erskine College,
First Presbyterian Church in Greenville and at the S.C.
Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities,
among other sites.
Wells Fargo 2011 Community
Celebration Arts & Cultural Event on Oct. 29 in Charlotte, N.C.
Five seniors from Winthrop University’s illustration program
participated in the Community Celebration in downtown Charlotte by creating
a twenty square-foot work of art. Their chalk drawing was inspired by
Keith Haring, the former graffiti writer and artist.
Winthrop students Jillian Sanford, Jennifer Moran,
Corrie Bates, Chris Coleman and Jade South
blended their supplied chalk with water to create paint
for the artwork.
Queens University, UNC-Charlotte, and the
Art Institute were also in attendance. All participants received a
stipend of $1,000.
11/04/2011At the Student
Research Day on Nov. 4 at the Medical University of South Carolina,
Jessica Creel, a Winthrop biochemistry
major, was the second place winner in one of the two undergraduate
All undergraduate research
presenters were placed in one of two categories; each was judged
twice by a separate panel of three judges. There were about 13
undergraduates in each category; these were all talented students who
had been competitive selected to do research at MUSC during the
summer of 2011.
Creel of Summerville, S.C., earned a prize
of $200. Her research was on "The Effect of Fingolimod (FTY720) on
Small Cell Lung Cancer and Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer," Jessica
S Creel, Sahar Saddoughi, Besim Ogretmen.
She also will
travel to St Louis later this week to present her research at
the prestigious national Annual Biomedical Research Conference
for Minority Students meeting. Her travel to the conference is
one of two that were selected by MUSC for travel awards
several months ago.
Winthrop Students Competed
in “Battle of the Brains”
On Oct. 29, the
Winthrop Programming Team of Ryan
Nikin-Beers, Brandon Clopton, and James D’Aniello
(with Bethany Ritter as the
alternate) competed at Georgia Southern University in the
Southeastern Regional ACM Programming Competition. Twelve
different schools were represented.
After five hours of
programming, Winthrop placed as the third best school of the 12 schools
competing, with Georgia Tech coming in first and Clemson
placing second. Of the region competition comprised of 78
teams from 28 different schools, Winthrop placed 26 of the 78 teams, beating teams from
Georgia Tech, Clemson, Auburn, University of Alabama, Florida State
University, as well as several others.
The teams in the region
that scored better than Winthrop were significantly larger than
Winthrop. Most of those schools have more than 20,000 students and
some had over 50,000 students. Therefore, smaller Winthrop
performed very well given the larger sizes of the competition.
Other schools competing were: Florida Institute of Technology, Bob
Jones University, Armstrong Atlantic, Wofford, University of
Southern Mississippi, Mercer, College of Charleston, The
Citadel, Jacksonville University, Mississippi State University,
Morehouse College, Columbus State, Georgia Southern, University of
West Florida, University of Southern Florida and Nova Southeastern
In the entire region, the only schools that
placed higher than Winthrop were Georgia Tech, University of
Central Florida, Clemson, University of Miami, Florida International
University, University of Alabama – Birmingham, University of Alabama,
and Florida State University.
Awards at Model
United Nations Conference at UNC Charlotte
students received awards at the Model United Nations Conference at the
University of North Carolina Charlotte on Oct. 22. Winthrop students
earned the most of any school eligible for awards. There were 150 delegates
total, of which 15 were from Winthrop.
The students and their
Allie Briggs - Honorable Mention as
the delegate from Sudan in the Security Council
Brandon Dane - Outstanding Delegate Award for
China in the Security Council
Barbee and Kayla Barber - Outstanding
Delegation for China in the Historical Security Council
Helen Layton - Outstanding Delegate Award for Algeria
in the League of Arab States
Amy Fabel -
Honorable Mention for Algeria in the Arab-African Summit
Katie Jorsch and Megan Robinson
- Outstanding Delegation Award for France in
the Arab-African Summit
10/24/2011Mirielle Smith, an English major in the university's
honors program, had her essay, entitled "Getting There," selected for inclusion
in the juried publication The Sanctuary, the Arts Journal of the Southern
Regional Honors Council.
Jacobs, a photography major in the university's honors program,
recently had two photographs, “About Face” and “Ladybug,” selected for
inclusion in the juried publication The Sanctuary, the Arts Journal of the
Southern Regional Honors Council.
10/06/2011Senior Matt Horn has been selected as a Top 10
Finalist for this year’s Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in men’s soccer. Fan voting
is 1/3 of the total vote in determining the winner, along with media and coach
votes. Please vote daily until Nov. 14 at: http://www.seniorclassaward.com/vote/mens_soccer_2011/
You can also visit a facebook page set up
specifically for Matt Horn and the Lowe’s Senior Class Award
Voting at: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Vote-For-Matt-Horn-Lowes-Senior-Class-Award-Top-10-Finalist/229351633785774?sk=wall
a sophomore dance major, represented Winthrop's Xi Phi Chapter of Alpha Phi
Alpha at the district conference Oc. 7-9 at Myrtle Beach, S.C., and won the
Miss Black and Gold pageant. She was selected over 13 other undergraduate
contestants from across the state. Miller now will represent the district of
South Carolina at the regional level in March. This was the second
consecutive district Miss Black and Gold from Winthrop.
Johnson, a senior mass communication major, won first place in the
Belford V. Lawson Oratorical Contest on Oct. 8 at the 51st annual Alpha Phi
Alpha district conference in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He will represent the South
Carolina District of Alpha Phi Alpha at the regional level in March in
Columbia, S.C. His speech theme was "Healthcare for All Americans: Entitlement
or Privilege." He competed against seven other undergraduate
major Jessica Creel was one of the approximately 65
undergraduate students competitively selected to conduct 10 weeks of research
at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) during the summer of 2011. Of
those 65 students, only Creel and one other student have been selected to
present their research projects at the Nov. 9-12 Annual Biomedical Research
Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS).
Creel's research focuses on The Effect of Fingolimod (FTY720) on Small
Cell and Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.
typically used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Its possible utility
in treating lung cancer is an exciting new development. While
Creel's research experience at MUSC was tremendous, her earlier research
experience at Winthrop in Associate Professor Chemistry Takita Sumter's group
and her biochemistry laboratory experience prepared Creel to take advantage
of the learning experience she had this summer at MUSC.
Erin Sharpe/Cayla Eagon,
Sharpe’s essay, “'Put Money in thy Purse’: The Economy of Evil in
Othello” and Cayla Eagon’s essay, “ ‘Touching the Secret
Spring’: Sexual Awakening in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey” have both been
accepted for publication in the 2012 issue of The Sigma Tau Delta
a rising senior on the men's tennis team and a political science major, is the
second recipient of the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Senior Scholarship. Given
by Jerry and Rosalind Richardson of Charlotte, N.C., the scholarship was
presented at the Aug. 22 Convocation ceremony.
Jeffrey T. Myers,
08/01/2011Biology major Jeffrey T. Myers of Lexington, S.C., was
awarded a $1,000 Chick-Fil-A leadership scholarship. Michael Tucker, operator
of Chick-Fil-A of Lexington, nominated Myers for "demonstrating abilities and
potential to accomplish great things." The scholarship provides assistance to
restaurant employees who want to further their education.