Congratulations to the 2015 Scholarship Winners

Three active sisters were honored at this year’s Foundation Luncheon with scholarships. The scholarships, each $1,000, will support the winners in the coming academic year.  
 
Morgan Miller from the Wright State-Alpha Zeta Chapter was awarded the Merit Scholarship. Morgan is in her final year of undergraduate studies in electrical engineering. She plans to continue her studies in graduate school next year.  As Phi Rho has been an integral part of her collegiate experience, Morgan is ecstatic to be selected as this year’s Merit scholarship winner. She thanks her sisters at Wright State, the Foundation, and the donors and supporters of Phi Sigma Rho. 
 
Another sister from the Wright State-Alpha Zeta Chapter, Bridget Fricke, was the winner of the Leadership Scholarship.   Bridget is in her final year of Biomedical Engineering and plans to further her education post undergrad. Bridget says she has Phi Sigma Rho to thank for shaping her leadership skills.  Bridget would like to thank the Foundation, the Alpha Zeta Chapter, and her advisors for the award. 
 
After a heartfelt tribute in remembrance of our sister and her battle with leukemia, the Sarah Rogers McClure Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Rutgers-Xi active Sarah Abdeleziz. Sarah is entering her third year in Industrial and Systems Engineering and plans to continue on to a Master’s degree. Sarah says that this scholarship will lessen her financial concerns in the coming year and allow her to prepare for her future endeavours. She thanks Phi Sigma Rho for the love and support, especially from her sisters in the Xi Chapter. 
 
To view all the scholarship winners, as well as past winners, please visit the Scholarship page.
 

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