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State educators group recognizes

two Manchester College students

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. - Two Manchester College students were recognized at the Indiana Student Education Association assembly recently for their exceptional roles as future teachers.

Junior Jill Gallmeyer of Albion received a scholarship from the Indiana State Teachers Association.  Her major is early childhood, middle childhood generalist with mild interventions license. She is the treasurer of the Manchester College Student Education Association for the second year in a row.

Junior Chris Werling of Fort Wayne was elected Region II Representative and will sit on the ISEA executive board for the 2004-2005 school year. Werling is seeking a degree in secondary social studies education. He is secretary of the Manchester College SEA.

About 26 percent of Manchester College students are education majors. Manchester, with 1,170 students from 29 states and 33 countries, is an independent, baccalaureate college in North Manchester, in northeast Indiana. For more information about the college, visit its web site at

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