Willard Eddy scholarships were awarded to Bergen Adair, Taylor Ellis, Elizabeth Hale, and Kadin Kostelic. The awards recognize outstanding students in the Liberal Arts or students with significant contributions to the University Honors Program. Dr. Eddy, scholarship namesake, was a professor of Philosophy and founder of the Honors Program.
Bergen Adair is majoring in English and aspires to be a travel writer. She has served as an editor for the Collegian and the Honors literary magazine, Spiritus Mundi. Bergen has been a frequent blood donor. And on the lighter side, she has been a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism.
Taylor Ellis is a Communication major who hopes to do graduate study in Criminal Justice in order to eventually work for the FBI. She served as a Peer Mentor to incoming Honors students last fall and has done research under the auspices of the Honors Undergraduate Research Program. She is employed as an Admissions Ambassador.
Elizabeth Hale is a transfer student majoring in International Studies. She is the president of the Arabic Club and aspires to teach Arabic. Elizabeth studied in Jordan. She has served as a Liberal Arts Ambassador at CSU and on the Inclusive Excellence Commission. Elizabeth has also been an advocate at the Sexual Assault Victim Advocates.
Kadin Kostelic is an Art major looking to pursue a career in graphic design. She has participated in the CSU Symphony Orchestra, the Opera Ensemble and the Chamber Music Ensemble. Her art work has been published in the Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Excellence and she has exhibited at the TILT art competition.