Scholarships to Incoming Freshmen Awarded

27 students receive scholarships
By UW-Sheboygan

freshman scholarship receptionTwenty-seven students who will be attending UW-Sheboygan this fall were honored at a recent reception. These incoming freshmen all had one thing in common. They each received a scholarship from the UW-Sheboygan Foundation to help with their tuition costs.

Dr. Jackie Joseph-Silverstein, regional dean/CEO welcomed the students and their parents to the campus. Elizabeth Braden, UW-Sheboygan Foundation Board President gave the keynote address. Allyson Olivier, Executive Director of the UW-Sheboygan Foundation and Susan Buesing, Foundation board member presented the following scholarship awards:

Alliant Energy Scholars Award: Arianna Phalen, Random Lake

Barrett Scherff Life Sciences Scholarship: Lydia Luebke, Kiel

Bray Architects Fine Arts Scholarship: Emma Luedtke, Sheboygan Falls

Frank G. & Frieda K. Brotz Science Scholarship: Erika Monson, Sheboygan

Ruth DeYoung Kohler Award: Kaci Hess, New Holstein

French Family Scholarship: Alyssa Krieg, Cedarburg

UW-Sheboygan Foundation Fine Arts (4 awards): Andrew Eckwielen, Sheboygan Christian School; Hope Landgraf, Sheboygan Christian School; Jamie Prinsen, Cedar Grove-Belgium; Dayjah Wield, Sheboygan Christian School

UW-Sheboygan Foundation Education Grants (14 awards): Brett Ebbers, Oostburg; Paige Gabrielse,
Oostburg; Nick Garni, Sheboygan South; Johnathan Grunwald, Howards Grove; Alyssa Hemb, Sheboygan North; Ross Hurley, Random Lake; Lydia Luebke, Kiel; Dylan Martens, Sheboygan South; Erika Monson, Sheboygan North; Arianna Phalen, Random Lake; Peyton Roth, Howards Grove; Jack Schroeder, Cedar Grove-Belgium; John TenPas, Home schooled; Serena Williams, IDEAS Academy

Wagner Scholarships (3 awards): Abigail Albright, Howards Grove; Emily Catena, Port Washington; Jared Larson, Random Lake                       

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Sue Bausch, Regional Director of Communications