Students Awarded Scholarships from Independent Colleges of Washington

Independent Colleges of Washington (ICW) has awarded six Walla Walla College students with scholarships for the 2003–04 academic year.

The Washington Mutual Minority Teachers Award was awarded to Duane Hoori, senior elementary education and Spanish double major from Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand, and Elizabeth Razo, senior elementary education major from Walla Walla, Wash., and a graduate of Walla Walla High School. The scholarships, up to $3,000, are awarded to minority students committed to a teaching career.

The Q13/WB22 Cares Fund Scholarship of $1,000 granted to one student at each ICW Institution was awarded to Thomas Watson, Milo Adventist Academy alumnus and senior automotive technology major of North Bend, Ore.

The Pepsi Scholarship, $1,200 to one student at each ICW member institution, was awarded to Enid Daniel, senior psychology and business double major of College Place, Wash. She is a graduate of Kingsway College Academy.

The UPS Foundation Scholarship, $2,750 to one student at each ICW institution, was awarded to Stephanie Silver, senior elementary education major from Walla Walla.

The Washington State Auto Dealers Association Award of $600 to students at five ICW member institutions was awarded to Erin Cleveland, a senior business administration and graphic design double major from College Place and a graduate of Walla Walla Valley Academy.

These scholarships are funded by a diverse group of corporations, foundations and individuals who work with ICW in supporting private colleges in the state of Washington.

February 01, 2004 / Walla Walla University
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