Tennessee Tech University students Michael Holloway, Travis Johnson, Melissa Edwards, Savannah Nolen and Elizabeth Melton are the 2012 recipients of scholarships from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Holloway, a 2004 graduate of Smyrna High School, is the son of Frank and Ruth Ventrice of Baxter. A math major, he received the Stanley Dolzycki Memorial Scholarship.
Johnson, a 2011 graduate of Blackman High School, is the son of Robert and Debra Johnson of Murfreesboro, and is a sophomore physics major. Johnson received the Physics Scholarship.
Edwards, a 2010 graduate of Smyrna High School, is the daughter of Alfredo and Sheri Edwards of Smyrna, and granddaughter of Robert Chapman. She received the Leo McGee Scholarship. Edwards is a junior journalism and communications major at TTU and is a member of TTU’s ROTC program, Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and Omega Phi Alpha service sorority.
Nolen, a 2011 graduate of Siegel High School, is the daughter of Mac and Lisa Nolen of Murfreesboro. She is a freshman physics major at TTU and was awarded the Physics Scholarship. She is a member of TTU’s Robotics club.
Melton, a 2008 graduate of Smyrna High School, is the daughter of William and Sylvia Melton of Smyrna. She is a senior biochemistry and biology major at TTU. Melton received the Bob Oglesby Endowed Scholarship.