April 11 2006
Twelve Indiana State University students will be honored as recipients of the Hazel Tesh Pfennig Scholarships for their accomplishments in ISU's English department.
The reception for the scholars will be held at 3:30 p.m. April 17 in Root Hall room A-264 on the ISU campus.
Students selected by the Pfennig Scholarship Committee include: Megan Anderson of Knox; Koren Beam of Mooresville; Rachael Brown of Terre Haute; Hannah Burris of Robinson, Ill.; Martha Cundiff of Terre Haute; Chase Hiland of Clinton; Kristopher Kraut of Terre Haute; April Philpott of Switz City; Whitney Reynolds of Marshall, Ill.; Ashley Stoffers of Ellettsville; Betsy Wells of Paris, Ill.; and Casey Weyls of Terre Haute.
Recipients will be awarded a $2,000 scholarship to assist with their studies at ISU.
The Pfennig Scholarship is presented annually to English majors and graduate students who demonstrate exceptional academic ability with a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher. It is made possible by bequest of the late Hazel Tesh Pfennig, a professor of English at Indiana State University for 34 years. The scholarship was established in 1972, two years after her death.
Pfennig was a 1917 graduate of Indiana State Normal School. An avid scholar, she received a master of arts from Columbia University, a doctor of philosophy degree from New York University and did graduate work at Oxford University in England.
Contact: Ray Dolle, Pfennig Scholarship Committee chairman, Indiana State University, (812) 237-3172 or email@example.com
Writer: Megan Anderson, intern, Communications and Marketing, Indiana State University, (812) 237-3790 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ISU Communications and Marketing: (812) 237-3773 or http://www.indstate.edu/news
Twelve Indiana State University students are being honored as recipients of the Hazel Tesh Pfennig Scholarships for their accomplishments in ISU's English department.