2013 Scholarship and Fellowship Recipients



$5,000 Joseph E. Pryor Graduate/Alumni Fellowship
Curtis Lee, inducted in 2000 as an undergraduate at Texas Lutheran University, is now a doctoral student at Duke University.

Alternate: Suvidha Samant, Texas State University, Texas Iota Alumnus

$3,000 Joseph E. Pryor Graduate/Alumni Fellowship
Mollimichelle Cabledue, inducted in 2012 as an undergraduate at the University of the Incarnate Word, is now a graduate student at Sam Houston State University.

Alternate: Alicia Jurek, Sam Houston State University, Texas Omicron Alumnus

Robert W. Sledge Fellowship ($3,500)
Kirby Ellis of Carson-Newman University
Melanie Long of Westminster College of Salt Lake City

H.Y. Benedict Fellowship ($2,500)
Delaney Bivens, Harding University
Megan Bourne, William Carey University
Rachael Bradley, Gardner-Webb University
Ashley Cross, Young Harris College
Anthony Fredette, Fresno Pacific University
Charla Henley, Roanoke College
Olivia Myers, Catawba College
Rozen Neupane, West Liberty University
Emily Petrak, Thiel College
Crystal Taporco, Friends University

Benedict Alternates:
1) Holly Anderson, Erskine College
2) Misha Matsumoto, Hawaii Pacific University
3) Ashley Meadows, Texas Lutheran University
4) Justin Hawkersmith, Carson-Newman University
5) Lindsey Lavin, University of New England

Edwin W. Gaston, Jr. Scholarship ($2,500)
Alexandria Pierce of Kansas Wesleyan University
Pratik Raghu of Westminster College of Salt Lake City

Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship ($1,500)
Sierra Berry, Texas State University
Elise Cade, SUNY College at Brockport
Carl Kornman, University of Texas at Tyler
Allison Leopold, Southern Methodist University
Corey Logsdon, Columbia College
Thomas Moore V, Westminster College
Stephen Noell, Geneva College
Jana Soares, St. Edward's University
Dustin Walter, Ouachita Baptist University
Sarah Wolf, Hastings College

Nolle Alternates:
1) Kristen Elia, Lyon College
2) Austin Kercheville, Florida College
3) Alex Hoffman, Huntington University
4) Sarah Evans, Bridgewater College
5) Kayla Bowers, Colby-Sawyer College