Scholarships Awarded To Seven CU-Boulder Students

Published: May 13, 1997

The Center for Educational and Career Transition (Women’s Center) at the University of Colorado at Boulder has announced the recipients of its 1997 fall semester scholarships.

The recipients were selected from a field of more than 30 candidates. The scholarships are based on academic standing and financial need.

The center awarded three scholarships for students over age 30. Laura Kessler, a 33-year-old architecture major from Colorado Springs, was awarded a $600 scholarship. Li-Yun Hsiao of Boulder, a 40-year-old information systems major with an international business and marketing emphasis, was awarded $300. Wendy DeWall, a 30-year-old molecular, cellular and developmental biology major with an environmental, population and organismic biology minor from Broomfield, was awarded a $300 scholarship.

A graduate scholarship for $600 was awarded to Martha Wingeier of Boulder, an elementary education major.

Undergraduate scholarships were given to two students. Suzanne Till of Boulder, a mechanical engineering major, was awarded a $300 scholarship and Rachel Paul, a psychology and sociology major with a French minor from Woodland Park, was awarded a $300 scholarship.

The Center for Education and Career Transition (Women’s Center), part of Counseling Services, awards scholarships every fall and spring semester. For information call (303) 492-6766.