Education Briefs for Aug. 10, 2003


Marshall receives

bachelor's degree

steamboat springs

John Marshall, a former Steamboat Springs High School student, received a bachelor's degree in business administration/marketing from Fort Lewis College during its May commencement ceremonies.

Thompson awarded $1,000 scholarship

Oak Creek

Keegan Thompson of Oak Creek was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the American Rental Association. Thompson will attend Colorado State University in the fall.

Hicks graduates summa cum laude

steamboat springs

Elisabeth Hicks, a 1999 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Redlands, Calif., with a bachelor's degree in anthropology and history.

She received the Outstanding Student Award from the anthropology and history departments.

Hicks works for a sea kayak company in Alaska, and she plans to enter the Peace Corps in March.

Lamb will participate in national conference

steamboat springs

Brittany Lamb of The Lowell Whiteman School was selected to participate in this summer's National Student Leadership Conference on Medicine and Healthcare in Chicago.

Lamb will join nearly 1,500 high school students from the United States and 45 countries at the 11-day conference, where they will attend leadership workshops and classes.


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