Together, we're making dreams come true.
As a mother, wife and student, Krista Rasque is devoting her life to upholding the importance of family relationships. The Bublitz Sociology & Criminal Justice Department Scholarship is helping Krista with her personal and professional mission of lighting the way for families. After graduation, this Lansing, Iowa native plans to earn her master's, and continue improving the world, one family at a time.
Richard & Prsicilla Kalbrener Community Service Scholarship recipient Luke O' Neil is the kind of student you want to get behind: He volunteers at Winona Health and at the Red Cross, and not only does he have heart, but smarts. He's majoring in biochemistry with a double-minor in mathematics and biology, and plans to attend medical school after graduating WSU in 2013. "I greatly feel that this scholarships gets me that much closer to my dream. Thank you!"
Sarah Scherber graduated from her Plymouth, Minn., high school in June, and began her first year at Winona State this fall. Sarah's a math and science aficionado, so composite engineering at Winona State seems like a perfect fit for her. Thanks to donors like you, Sarah's future is wide open, and bright.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a better candidate for the Joan Kangel Madland Memorial Cheerleading Scholarship than WSU senior Rose Litke. Rose has been cheerleading for eight years, including three years on the Winona State Cheerleading Team. Rose is majoring in exercise science, and she plans to attend graduate school to train as an occupational therapist. The Cheerleading Scholarship, Rose said, is "helping fulfill my dream of helping others."
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