PIA-MidAmerica Announces Moore Scholarship Winners
Press release from the issuing company
Dallas – (August 20, 2002) - Nine students were awarded over $17,000 in scholarships from the Nolan Moore Memorial Education Foundation this past June. Recipients were: Prince Alvior, University of Houston – Houston, TX; Melissa Banda, Eastfield College – Mesquite, TX; Justin Bass, Texas A&M University – Commerce, TX; Thirza David, University of Houston – Houston, TX; Brad Light, Texas A&M University – Commerce, TX; Adam Marcotte, Pittsburg State University – Pittsburg, KS; Elisabeth Meyer, College of the Ozarks – Point Lookout, MO; Christopher M. Murray, and Jonathan P. Shipman, Texas A&M University – Commerce,TX. Students must attend or plan to attend an accredited printing management or technology program. Annual scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $2,500 are awarded on the basis of class standings, academic achievement, and financial need.
Since its inception in 1995, the Foundation has awarded over $143,000 in scholarships to college students, as well as continuing education grants for industry managers attending PIA’s Executive Development Program. For more information about the Foundation or scholarships, contact Peggy Stone with PIA-MidAmerica at (800) 788-2040.
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