Six to study abroad with Kauffman Awards
Six Manchester College students will receive $1,000 Kauffman Awards to apply toward expenses for study abroad during the 2008-2009 academic year.
Hannah Doenges of Fort Wayne will study French in Strasbourg, France. The junior has three majors – in French, English and political science.
Brittney Gick of Fowler, Ind., will study the Chinese language and culture in Dalian, China for a semester. The senior is majoring in political science.
Michael Poe of Indianapolis will study the development of scientific thought in Great Britain. The senior is majoring in chemistry.
Keegan Robinson of Crawfordsville, Ind., will serve on the College’s medical practicum to Nicaragua in January. The junior is majoring in exercise science.
Meghan Siroky of Hobart, Ind., will explore notable historic cities in Germany and central Europe. The senior is majoring in history.
Cyndel Taylor of Advance, Ind., will study the development of scientific thought in Great Britain. The senior is majoring in English.
The scholarships are named for Dr. S. Bruce Kauffman, a 1968 graduate of Manchester College, scholar, musician and financier who died in 1996. His College roommate, Mark E. Johnston, established the award fund in his memory. Johnston died in 1999.