WHITEWATER STUDENT RECEIVES YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SCHOLARSHIP
WHITEWATER — University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student Robert H. Bradley is the recipient of the 2013 Young Professionals of Racine scholarship. This February, a Dodge Ball tournament was held at Razor Sharp to raise money to fund this scholarship. Applications were accepted from any high school senior graduating from any high school located within the City of Racine who would be attending a two- or four-year school within the state of Wisconsin.
Bradley graduated from Case High School with a 3.86 weighted grade point average and was ranked within the top 10 percent of his class. His other academic achievements include being a National Honor Society Member, Four year Academic Award Letter Winner, High Honor Roll (3 years), and Academic MVP for Case Boy’s Soccer in 2012.
Athletically, Bradley’s accomplishments include 2012 Case Tennis MVP, 2010 Case Boys Swimming and Diving Letter Winner, 2011 Case Boys Letter Junior Varsity Team, 2012 Case Soccer Letter Winner.
For the last three years Bradley has volunteered for Racine Youth Sports preparing the field and working concessions. With his church, Bradley performed many duties including cleaning the facility and serving and bringing food to the homeless.
Bradley is currently attending the UW-Whitewater with an anticipated major of biology and chemistry.
MADISON ANDERSON EARNS UW-PLATTEVILLE SCHOLARSHIP
PLATTEVILLE — Madison Anderson of Wind Lake was among students awarded scholarships from The University of Wisconsin-Platteville College of Liberal Arts and Education.
Anderson won the Bernard G. “Bunny” Dillon Music Scholarship and Raymond G. Duewer Family Music Scholarship.
KASTENSON AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP FROM IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, Iowa — The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University student Kallie Kastenson of Union Grove received the Nadyne Harris Endowed Scholarship.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University recognized its scholarship recipients for the current academic year. The college and its departments award more than $2 million in scholarships each year. Students interested in enrolling in the college and applying for scholarships should go to www.cals.iastate.edu/scholarships. The application deadline is Jan. 15 for incoming freshmen.
ROSTER SET FOR WHITEWATER MCNAIR SCHOLARS PROGRAM
WHITEWATER — The following students have been selected as University of Wisconsin-Whitewater McNair Scholars:
BURLINGTON: Daryl Johnson, a senior geography major.
RACINE: Brendon Mendoza, a junior general business major.
STURTEVANT: Daquila Tate, a junior social work major.
The program prepares first-generation and multicultural students for graduate studies and eventual careers as university professors. Faculty mentors help them conduct research and improve their critical thinking skills.
After being selected, each McNair Scholar spends eight weeks at UW-Whitewater during the summer to conduct undergraduate research. Later, they have the opportunity to present at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research and UW-Whitewater Undergraduate Research Day.
The following summer, McNair Scholars participate in research internships at a different university for six to 10 weeks.
LOGAN BYDALEK HELPS STAGE ‘JACK AND THE MAGIC BEANS’ AT UW-WHITEWATER
WHITEWATER — Logan Bydalek, a junior theatre major from Burlington, will serve as the lighting designer for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater production of “Jack and the Magic Beans.”
The tale follows the title character Jack, who lives in the Land of the Giant. The greedy Giant constantly causes trouble for the townspeople and eventually kidnaps Good Queen Violet and holds her for a rather large ransom. Will Jack be clever enough to help save the queen or will a foolish choice stop him?