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2022 Award and Scholarship Winners

2022 Award and Scholarship Winners

Alex Faircloth, Alexus Jared and Austin McCowan, Holly Palk, Holly Eaton and Amanda Laboy.
Students listed from left to right: Alex Faircloth, Alexus Jared and Austin McCowan, Holly Palk, Holly Eaton and Amanda Laboy.

Alex Faircloth, Bartoo Memorial Award. The Bartoo Award is the second oldest continuous student award at Tennessee Tech, having originated in 1948. The recipient of this award is judged to be the most outstanding senior biology major. The award is based not only on scholastic ability, but also on personal attributes, student activities, and community involvement. 

 

Alexus Jared and Austin McCowan, W.H. Farley Memorial Biology Scholarship. This is presented to a full-time Tennessee Tech biology major with junior standing who is a graduate of an accredited Upper Cumberland high school. Dr. W.H. Farley served as a TTU faculty member for many years and taught such subjects as virology, parasitology, anatomy and physiology, and general biology.  

 

Holly Eaton and Amanda Laboy, B.L. and Lillian Ridley Scholarship. This is presented to the most outstanding Wildlife-Fisheries Science major. The award is based on scholastic ability, personal attributes, student and community service, and commitment to wildlife conservation and habitat protection. Dr. Ridley was a biology faculty member for many years and taught numerous Wildlife/Fisheries courses at TTU.

 

Holly Palk, Gordon B. Pennebaker Scholarship. This award honors Dr. Gordon B. Pennebaker, long-time chairman of Tech’s biology department and the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at TTU. Eligible students must have begun in the master’s program in biology in the previous calendar year. The selection is based on academic excellence and merit. 

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