August 19 2008
Recipients of this prestigious award, presented in connection with Networks Financial Institute, will receive a four-year scholarship that covers tuition and fees and includes a professional development account and a new laptop computer.
Networks Scholars also enjoy the opportunity to participate in a paid internship, potential for international experience and a faculty mentor relationship.
Candidates are selected based on a number of criteria including: grade point average, SAT/ACT scores, class rank, written essays and a mandatory personal interview. Members of this year's Networks Scholars class of 2011 are:
Lindsey Maria Butorac of Bloomington, Ill. A graduate of University High School in Normal, Ill. and the daughter of Gus and Connie Butorac, she plans to major in business management.
Eden Elizabeth Dillman of Mitchell . The daughter of Tim and Trudie Dillman and a graduate of Mitchell High school, she plans to major in business Management at ISU.
Kristina Gayle Hutson of Casey, Ill. A graduate of Casey-Westfield Senior High School and the daughter of Tim and Cindy Hutson, she will major in accounting.
Matthew Ephraim Illingworth of Remington. The son of Calvin and Pam Illingworth and a graduate of Wolcott High School, he will major in financial services at ISU.
Paul Kendall McCleary of Terre Haute. The son of Daryl and Jean McCleary and a graduate of Terre Haute South Vigo High School, he will major in accounting at ISU.
Kelsie Marie Noble of Terre Haute. The daughter of Damon Noble and Shelly Fonner and a graduate of Terre Haute North Vigo High School, she plans to study marketing at ISU.
Laura Elizabeth Painter of Fort Thomas, Ky. The daughter of William and Kathleen Painter and a graduate of Highlands High School, she will study financial services at Indiana State.
Kourtney Renae Lynn Unger of Seymour. The daughter of Joey and Elizabeth Unger and a graduate of Seymour High School, she will major in Finance.
Writer: Jennifer Spector, media relations intern, Office of Communications and Marketing, Indiana State University, 812-237-3773 or email@example.com
The ISU College of Business welcomes its sixth class of Networks Scholars. Incoming scholars receive a four-year scholarship that covers tuition and fees and includes a professional development account and a new laptop computer.