BGSU students receive J. Robert Bashore Scholarships
J. Robert Bashore Scholarship recipients (left to right) Paul Hemminger, David Cullen, Chelsea Brown and Facundo Bouzat with Honors Program Director Paul Moore.
BOWLING GREEN, O.—Four students in the Bowling Green State University Honors Program have been awarded the J. Robert Bashore Scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year.
Students are awarded the scholarship based on specific criteria: demonstrating a high interest in community service, having a diversity of coursework, membership in the honors program and involvement in extracurricular activities.
The scholarships were started in 1983 and are given in honor of Bashore, a former University professor and director of the honors program. They are sponsored by the BGSU Honors Program, the Honors Student Association and Bashore.
Editor’s note: Following is a list of BGSU scholarship winners. Students from Ohio are listed by county.
Sandusky: David Cullen, a senior majoring in business marketing and entrepreneurship, was awarded the J. Robert Bashore Scholarship in the amount of $400. Cullen is a 2007 graduate of Perkins High School and the son of David and Fran Cullen, 2106 Jeanette Court. He is a member of the University Honors Program and is involved in the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization and Net Impact BGSU. He also participated in the Semester at Sea program.
Paul Hemminger, a senior majoring in business marketing, was awarded the J. Robert Bashore Scholarship in the amount of $3,200. Hemminger is a 2007 graduate of Perkins High School and the son of Neil and Christine Hemminger, 4714 Hayes Ave. A recipient of a 2010 Stuart R. Givens Fellowship, he is a BGSU Honors Program student, was involved in the BizX Entrepreneurial Cohort and is a member of Net Impact BGSU.
Bowling Green: Chelsea Brown, a junior majoring in sociology, was awarded the J. Robert Bashore Scholarship in the amount of $3,200. Brown is a 2008 graduate of Bowling Green High School and the daughter of Matthew and Angela Brown, 1441 Muirfield Drive. She is a participant in the BGSU Mock Trial team and a member of the University Honors Program and Alpha Phi Omega.
Facundo Bouzat, a junior majoring in political science, was awarded the J. Robert Bashore Scholarship in the amount of $3,200. Bouzat is a 2008 graduate of Bowling Green High School. He is a member of the University Honors Program and a participant in BGSU Mock Trial and Model U.N. He is also a volunteer at Advocates for Basic Legal Equality.
(Posted February 11, 2011 )