NMU Names Presidential Scholars Winners

Northern Michigan University has announced the results of its Presidential Scholars Competition. NMU annually invites academically talented high school seniors to compete for the Harden Scholarship, which covers full tuition, room and board; and the Presidential Scholarship, which covers full tuition. Both are awarded over eight consecutive semesters.

Students selected to receive the Harden Scholarship when they enroll at NMU for the fall 2018 semester are:

Michigan

Alto: Akasha Khalsa, Lowell Senior High School

Grand Rapids: Anna Debraber, Union High School

Holland: Chloe Vander Laan, Holland Christian High School

Kingsford: Joseph Sturm, Kingsford High School

Maple City: Jessica Pershinske, Leland Public School

Mississippi

McComb: Bradley Vine, Jubilee Performing Arts Center

Missouri

Lee’s Summit: Haylee Hudson, Lee’s Summit Senior High School

New Mexico

Albuquerque: Margaret Carpenter, Saint Pius X High School

Wisconsin

Peshtigo: Katrina Salmen, Peshtigo High School

Rothschild, Riyah Rudeen, D.C. Everest Senior High School

 

Students selected to receive the Presidential Scholarship when they enroll at NMU for the fall 2018 semester are:

Michigan

Marshall: Julia Amting, Marshall Academy

Midland: Maggie Duly, Herbert Henry Dow High School

Midland: Sarah Saead, Herbert Henry Dow High School

Negaunee: Ender Harris, Negaunee High School

Illinois

Saint Charles: Samantha Brink, Saint Charles East High School

Indiana

Goshen: Mary Grossman, Northridge High School

Minnesota

Cokato: Brittany Aho, Dassel-Cokato High School

Wisconsin

Appleton: Michael Norum, Kimberly High School

De Pere: Haley Teske, West De Pere High School



Prepared By
Doug Lindblom
Student Writer
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