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Shaw honored at Georgetown
Taylor Shaw was named to the dean's list for the fall semester of 2010 at Georgetown College. The list is composted of students who have earned a term grade-point average of 3.7 or above. Shaw was accepted as a lifetime member of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society. She also plays outfield on the school's softball team.
Moss on Bellarmine dean's list
Lucas Moss, a business student, was named to the dean's list at Bellarmine University. He is the son of Cindy Moss and Caesar Carkciyan of Shelbyville.
Powell, Head honored at Xavier
Eleanor Powell of Shelbyville received the biology award and the Miller award at Xavier University's All Honors Day. Christopher Head of Simpsonville received the Randy Wilhelm Scholarship. The biology award is presented to senior biology majors demonstrating superior achievement in scholarship, research and co-curricular activities. The Miller Award is presented to the student completing the chemistry major with highest distinction. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Powell. Head was honored as a management and/or entrepreneurship majors demonstrating outstanding entrepreneurship talent and potential. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Head.
Jarvis honored at Wooster
Stephanie Jarvis, a graduate of Shelby County High School and a senior geology and biology double major at The College of Wooster, received the Alice Hutchinson Lytle Biology Award, the Robert W. McDowell Prize in Geology, the Phi Beta Kappa Prize and the Women's Advisory Board Scholarship at Wooster's 41st annual Recognition Banquet. The Alice Hutchinson Lytle Biology Award is awarded to the female student who has received the highest grades in biology courses during her first three years of college work. The Robert W. McDowell Prize in Geology is awarded to the geology major who has the highest general standing during the junior and senior years. The Phi Beta Kappa Prize is awarded to a student elected to membership on the basis of junior standing who has a broad range of course work, a demonstrated concern for quality of life on campus, and leadership ability. The Women's Advisory Board Scholarship is awarded based on recommendations from members of the board.