UOG professor emerita awards scholarships to two fine arts majors
(From left) Sharleen Santos-Bamba, associate dean of the University of Guam College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; Hunter Orland, a freshman fine arts major and scholarship recipient; Rebecca A. Stephenson, UOG professor emerita of anthropology; Madison Orland, a freshman fine arts major and scholarship recipient; and James Sellmann, dean of the CLASS.
The University of Guam is pleased to announce students Hunter Orland and Madison Orland as the recipients of Dr. Rebecca A. Stephenson Scholarships, both valued at $1,000, for the 2018–2019 academic year. The recipients are fraternal twin sisters and are both freshmen fine arts majors in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS).
The scholarship was created in 2008 by UOG Professor Emerita Rebecca A. Stephenson, a former anthropology professor, after her retirement. Recipients for the award must be undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and are selected based on their essay submission, letters of reference, and academic standing.
Students interested in applying for this or other UOG scholarships should stay tuned to the UOG Financial Aid webpage for opportunities.
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