HAYS, Kan. – The Werth School of Science, Technology and Arithmetic at Fort Hays Condition University has chosen various fantastic college students as the recipients of the Peter Werth Endowed ST&M, Munsell, and College or university of Science, Engineering and Mathematics Scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The scholarships are for any Werth School of Science, Technological know-how and Arithmetic university student exemplifying academic excellence and a want to provide FHSU. Recipients are shown alphabetically by past name.
Peter Werth ST&M Scholarship recipients:
Brenda Aguirre-Apodaca – $2,000. Aguirre-Apodaca is a biology significant from Scott City, specializing in the pre-drugs.
“This scholarship has permitted me to proceed pursuing my aspiration of a person working day becoming a doctor,” Aguirre-Apodaca explained. “I will normally be so thankful for remaining a receiver of the Werth College of Science, Know-how and Arithmetic Scholarship.”
Alexi Beach front – $750. Beach front is a biology key from Phillipsburg, specializing in botany.
Mark Faber – $1,000. Faber is a biology major from Colby, specializing in the pre-medicine.
Elijah Gardner Woods – $2,000. Gardner Woods is a geosciences main from Livingston, Texas, specializing in geography.
“I am really grateful for this scholarship,” Gardner Woods explained. “I have 4 siblings. At present, there are two of us in faculty and a person extra to begin subsequent yr. I was worried that I would have to get a job and acquire less classes to assist my dad and mom spend for my tuition. This scholarship permits me to invest far more time studying. I really appreciate geoscience. I hope to add enormously to the discipline in my long term occupation.”
Pedro Ordonez III – $1,000. Ordonez is a personal computer science key from Hugoton.
“Success isn’t always about ‘greatness,’ it’s about consistency,” Ordonez III explained. “Consistent, tough perform gains success.”
Ethan Rohr – $500. Rohr is a physics significant from Hays.
Tate Schmidt – $1,000. Schmidt is a arithmetic important from Hastings, Nebraska.
Noah Stauffer – $1,500. Stauffer is a computer science significant from Marion.
Munsell Scholarship recipients:
Colby Dreiling – $2,500. Dreiling is a physics major from Hays.
“As a Werth College of Science, Technology, and Arithmetic Scholarship receiver, I look forward to the a lot of opportunities I have been enabled to experience and am particularly grateful for every little thing that has been finished for me,” Dreiling claimed.
Julien Illo – $2,500. Illo is a physics main from Grainfield.
“Receiving the Werth Faculty of Science Scholarship, or any scholarship for that issue, can help encourage me to do my most effective,” Illo mentioned. “The fact that I have support pushes me to maintain persevering as a result of any problems I deal with.”
Geoffrey Soneson – $2,500. Soneson is a physics main from Ellsworth.
“Thank you to the donors for this award, and my professors, for putting me in a posture to much better myself,” Soneson mentioned. “Your generosity and helpfulness are quite appreciated!”
Faculty of Science, Technologies and Arithmetic Scholarship receiver:
Cody Bourbon – $1,000. Bourbon is a physics major from Ellsworth.
These awards are possible via donor contributions.
Note: Not all scholarship recipients are pictured.