Previous Scholarship Recipients
The 2013-2014 scholarship recipient is Misty Balls.
Misty's intended major is; FCHD with a minor in Sociology. Misty is a high quality student, as she performs all of her roles to a very high standard and is a wonderful person to be around.
The 2011-2012 scholarship recipient's are Tyson Irwin and Taylor Rudd.
Tyson will graduate this fall in accounting and has maintained a 4.0 GPA. He enjoys being involved in school as a Quigley Ambassador for the School of Accountancy and as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistant. After his master's program, he plans to sit for the CPA exam and work for a public accounting firm. Tyson enjoys spending time with his wife and one year-old son. When he is not engrossed in his textbooks, you will also find him mountain biking, golfing, or flying remote control helicopters.
Taylor is a Junior majoring in Chemistry with a second major in Biology. His goal is to become a Science Teacher. He has a passion to teach the upcoming future leaders, researchers and citizens of America how science affects our lives everyday and to utilize those concepts into real life applications. Taylor and his wife are expecting their first child. In his spare time he likes to play the saxophone and piano.
This year CEA awarded a scholarship to Holly Sue Oyler and Adrienne Larson.
Holly Sue's Mother, Julie Williams works in the Center for Persons with Disabilities. Holly Sue enters this year already having earned her Associate degree and is working toward her Bachelor's degree in the Elementary Education field. The CEA has awarded Holly Sue with an $800 scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Adrienne Larson is currently employed in the Caine College of the Arts Dean's Office, as a Staff Assistant III. Adrienne previously attended college for two years before starting her family and will continue her education majoring in English with a Technical Writing emphasis. The CEA has awarded Adrienne with an $800 scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year.
This year CEA scholarships were awarded to Bailey Rose Harrison and Rebecca Johnson.
Bailey Rose Harrison is pursuing a degree in Special Education/Early Childhood.
In high school Bailey worked with the special needs class and had taken several concurrent and AP courses at Utah State University. She had also enrolled in a sign language course at Bridgerland Applied Technology College to learn basic sign language skills.
The CEA has awarded Bailey with a $1000 scholarship for the 2010-2011 academic year.
Rebecca Johnson is a senior pursuing her degree in Parks and Recreation with a minor in Family, Consumer and Human Development.
Rebecca currently volunteers with the American Cancer Society, helping to plan the RELAY for Life event here in Logan, UT.
She was a social and academic mentor for the Disability Resource Center and helped students with disabilities on campus work toward becoming independent and self-confident.
The CEA has awarded Rebecca with a $1000 scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year.
Scholarships were awarded to Craig Kelley and Sage Perragallo. Craig is pursuing an MBA degree and Sage will pursue a B.S. in Clinical Psychology
CEA scholarships were awarded to Richard Jensen and Katrina Johnson. Richard Jensen, son of Chris and Kim Jensen, is a freshman at USU and his goal is to attend medical school and become a doctor. Katrina Johnson, daughter of Milt and Christine Johnson, is pursuing a second bachelor's degree in Math-Stat Composite Teaching degree.
CEA scholarships were awarded to Jesse Yarger and Mike Fenton. Jesse Yarger is pursuing a degree in the field of Psychology. Mike Fenton is a returning student to Utah State and is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work and a minor in Sociology.