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Because of you, our dedicated faculty and outstanding students will lead a new wave of thinking — imagining new possibilities for learners, consumers, families and communities to help the world.
EHE's generous donors are developing the next generation of educators, financial advisors, dietitians, exercise scientists, childhood education researchers and more.
Taryn is a senior in Consumer and Family Financial Services and the recipient of the Grace T. and Dorothy H. Henderson Memorial Scholarship Fund, the Margaret B. Gill Scholarship and the John Scott and Della Errington Memorial Scholarship fund.
Michaela is a PhD student in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a recipient of the Earl W. Anderson Memorial Fund, the Jack A. Culbertson Award and the Ruth Weimer Mount Fellowship fund.
Lisa DelaCruz Combs
Lisa is a PhD candidate in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a recipient of the Morrill Scholarship, the Graduate Enrichment Fellowship and the Inclusive Excellence Fellowship.
Chelsea is a PhD student in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a recipient of the Porterfield-Dickens SPA Assistantship Fund.
Andrew is a PhD student in Educational Psychology and a recipient of the Martin W. and Blanche D. Essex Endowed Fund for Graduate Education in Educational Administration.
Neal is a second year PhD student in the Higher Education Student Affairs program within Ed Studies in the College of Education, Human Ecology. He has received a Jack A. Culbertson award, an Earl W. Anderson Memorial, and the Ruth Weimer Mount Fellowship.
Francisco is a fourth year Morrill Scholar in College of Education in Human Ecology, majoring in Exercise Science Education with a minor in Spanish. He received an award from the Shepherd Foundation Fund.
Stephanie Welch- Grenier
Stephanie is a doctoral student pursuing a degree in visual impairments and received The American Council of the Blind of Ohio Scholarship Fund Award.