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Shepherd University students receive fellowships, scholarships

May 17, 2012

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University hosted NASA Day on April 11.

Several students received fellowships from the West Virginia Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship Program and presented their research.

The recipients include:

• Matt Alt, a computer engineering major from Baker, W.Va.
• Jessica Cain, a biology major from Inwood, W.Va.
• David Chelf, a mathematics major from Inwood
• Kelsey Fry, a secondary education major from Kearneysville, W.Va.
• Rebecca Furby, a chemistry major from Charles Town, W.Va.
• Matt Griffith, a computer engineering major from Boonsboro
• Jordan Hunter, a biology major from Gap Mills, W.Va.
• Samantha Katz, a biology major from Sykesville, Md.
• Tyler Kessler, a computer and information sciences major from Kearneysville
• Brittani Love, a chemistry major from Martinsburg, W.Va.
• Matthew Mocniak, a computer and information sciences major from Morgantown, W.Va.
• Dustin Revell, a biology major from Martinsburg
• Michael Smith, a computer engineering major from Kearneysville
• Lesley Swisher, a biology major from Capon Bridge, W.Va.

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Fellowships are made possible by the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium and Shepherd’s School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The grants, which range from $400 to $1,300, are matched by Suzanne Shipley and the president’s office.

Scholarships were given to the following students:

• Lawrence Bass, a computer engineering major from Garland, Texas
• Jeffrey Carter, a computer engineering major from Shepherdstown
• Allison Craver, a chemistry major from Charles Town
• Courtney Crites, a computer engineering major from Moorefield, W.Va.
• Katherine Hoeck, a mathematics major from Kearneysville
• Trey Knepper, and environmental studies major from Hedgesville, W.Va.
• Steave Sanderson, a computer engineering major from Shepherdstown
• Caitlyn Shane, a computer information technology major from Hedgesville
•  Michael Skaggs, a engineering major from Arnoldsburg, W.Va.
• Matt Tark, a computer engineering major from Hagerstown
• Duncan Taylor, an environmental studies major from Chester, Md.

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