The University of Central Oklahoma College of Mathematics and Science recently awarded scholarships to several Edmond residents in recognition of their academic excellence and outstanding service to the university.
Among those receiving awards are: Adam Albahadily, Oswah Cheema, Madeline Clark, Khue Tu Doan, Lawrence Dongilli, Erin Drewke, Sarah Everhart, Kyra Gallagher, Sandi Jones, Wyatt Landrith, Kyuran Moon, Amelia Nathan, Amelia Perez, Patricia Salas, Yung-Dai Teng, Stephanie Walker, and Gabrielle Williams.
“On behalf of the faculty and staff in the College of Mathematics and Science, I congratulate each of our scholarship recipients,” said Wei R. Chen, Ph.D., dean of Central’s College of Mathematics and Science.
“The achievements of these outstanding students reflect the mission of the college and the university. We applaud them for their commitment to academic excellence and exceptional work. We are also grateful to our alumni and the benefactors of our college whose generosity made these awards possible.”
Albahadily, an engineering physics/mechanical engineering major, received theAerospace Alumni Endowed Scholarship.
Cheema, a biomedical sciences/biology major, received theDr. Lee Beasley Endowed Scholarship for Pre-Dental and the Biology Department Scholarships and Awards.
Clark, an engineering physics/mechanical engineering major, received theEngineering and Physics Scholarship.
Doan, a biomedical sciences/biology major, received theBiology Department Scholarships and Awards.
Dongilli, a mathematics major, received theMathematics and Statistics Department Chair’s Scholarship.
Drewke, a biomedical engineering major, received theEngineering and Physics Scholarship.
Everhart, a nursing major, received theMartin Family Foundation Scholarship.
Gallagher, an engineering physics/physics and biomedical engineering major, received theBeulah Rickard Fetterman Physics Scholarship.
Jones, an actuarial science major, received theAmerican Fidelity Assurance Scholarship.
Landrith, a chemistry – health sciences major, received theDr. David Hart Endowed Scholarship for Chemistry.
Moon, an engineering physics – electrical engineering major, received theEngineering and Physics Scholarship.
Nathan, a biomedical sciences – biology and forensic science – molecular biology major, received theMilt and Shirley Pugh Endowed Scholarship.
Perez, a biomedical engineering major, received theEngineering and Physics Scholarship.
Salas, a mathematics/applied mathematics major, received theDorothea Meagher Award.
Teng, a forensic science and chemistry/health sciences major, received theDr. James Dechter Endowed Scholarship in Chemistry.
Walker, a mathematics education and mathematics/statistics major, received theDorothea Meagher Award.
Williams, a nursing major, received theCMS Dean’s Scholarship and the Martin Family Foundation Scholarship.
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