Missouri S&T awards Chancellor’s Scholarships

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On January 1, 2013

Missouri University of Science and Technology awarded Chancellor’s Scholarships to 15 high school seniors for the 2013-2014 academic year.

To qualify for the scholarship, students must be Missouri residents, rank in the upper 10 percent of their high school graduation class and have ACT composite scores of 30 or better. The students also must complete a 750-word essay.

The Chancellor’s Scholarship is for $12,000 and is renewable annually as long as the student maintains a grade point average of 3.5 or better.

The 2013-2014 Chancellor’s Scholarship recipients are:

— Christopher Beck, a senior at Rockwood Summit High School from St. Louis
— Ashley Dyer, a senior at Festus Senior High School from Festus, Mo.
— David Gerding, a senior at Oakville High School from St. Louis
— Jacob Wise, a senior at Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing from Wentzville, Mo.
— Austin Martin, a senior at Rockwood Summit High School from Fenton, Mo.
— Slava Butkovich, a senior at Blue Springs High School from Blue Springs, Mo.
— Justin Crum, a senior at Hallsville High School from Columbia, Mo.
— Sven Olberg, a senior at Rolla High School from Rolla, Mo.
— Jacob Cieslewicz, a senior at Notre Dame Regional High School from Cape Girardeau, Mo.
— Katherine Sanders, a senior at St. Teresa’s Academy from Lake Waukomis, Mo.
— Stuart Miller, a senior at Park Hill South High School from Kansas City, Mo.
— Craig Buschkoetter, a senior at Chaminade College Prep from Lake Saint Louis, Mo.
— Sam Knechtenhofer, a senior at Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing from Cosby, Mo.
— Geoffrey Cline, a senior at Central High School from Springfield, Mo.
— Drew Williams, a senior at Harrisonville High School from Harrisonville, Mo.

Founded in 1870 as one of the first technological universities west of the Mississippi River, Missouri S&T is one of four campuses of the University of Missouri System and one of the nation’s leading technological research universities. Missouri S&T’s freshman class ranks among the top 10 percent in the nation in terms of academic achievement.

More information about Missouri S&T is available at www.mst.edu.

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