Lyndon State College recently announced the winners of the Irene Blanchard Scholarship for Vermont Women. Blanchard established the award to support a woman attending LSC who is native to Vermont or the North Country of New Hampshire, and demonstrates the potential to become a leader. The winners are: Nedah Warstler, of Lyndonville, a junior majoring in Natural Science; Julie Thompson, of Sheffield, a sophomore majoring in Criminal Justice.

Lyndon State College recently announced that Kyle Downing, of Bradford, is a recipient of the Alfred Toborg Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. Alfred Toborg established the award for a new or returning student who is majoring in history or another social science and who shows academic promise. Downing is a senior majoring in Social Studies.

Derek Campbell, of Lyndonville, was named a recipient of the Richard and Terry Portner Fine and Performing Arts Scholarship. The scholarship was established through the generosity of former Professor Richard Portner and his wife Terry Portner, both long-time teachers at Lyndon, and both dedicated to the arts. This scholarship supports a junior or senior who has consistently been involved in music, art, or theater while at Lyndon, regardless of major. Campbell is a senior majoring in Music Business and Industry.

Lyndon State College recently announced that Monique Lindor, of Canaan, is the recipient of the Santagate Family Pre-Nursing Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. The endowment was created to provide scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in pre-nursing course work. This endowment was funded by donations made in memory of Joyce A. Santagate by her cousin, Prof. Mark Hilton of the LSC Business Department, and his wife Susan Hilton. Lindor is a freshman majoring in Pre-Nursing.

Lyndon State College recently announced the Robert E. Long Scholarship recipients. The award honors students who have completed at least two semesters at LSC and who have achieved at least 3.75 with at least 12 graded credits. The winners are: Kory Barclay of Hardwick, a sophomore majoring in Accounting; Autumn Beaton, of Irasburg, a junior majoring in Elementary Education with a concentration in Early Childhood; Derek Campbell, of Lyndonville, a senior majoring in Music Business and Industry; Greg Caplan, of Lyndonville, a sophomore majoring in Mathematics; Stephen Decatur, of Lyndonville, a senior majoring in Atmospheric Sciences-Broadcasting; John Dickson, of Hardwick, a sophomore majoring in Criminal Justice; Fritz Fay, of St. Johnsbury, a senior majoring in Sustainability Studies; Kyle Gadapee, of Danville, a sophomore majoring in Exercise Science Pre-Professional Physical Therapy; Julie Gaul, of Bradford, a senior majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Services; Kayla Jardine, of Lyndonville, a sophomore majoring in Music Business and Industry; Trisha Jewell, of St. Johnsbury, a senior majoring in Exercise Science; Meagan Leduc, of Lyndonville, a junior majoring in Environmental Science; Matthew Martin, of Wheelock, a junior majoring in Business Administration; Alycia Moore, of Danville, a sophomore majoring in Visual Communications; Jonathan Pelosi, of St. Johnsbury, a junior majoring in Music Business and Industry; Hannah Piette, of Coventry, a sophomore majoring in Sports Leadership; Aimee Thompson, of McIndoe Falls, a junior majoring in Elementary Education.

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