Wounded Warrior Scholarships (WWS) 2019 - 2020

Aaron Story
Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipient

Aaron is majoring in speech language pathology and minoring in linguistics and hopes to earn his master’s in speech language pathology next.

Breanna Case
Delbert Moore Family WWS recipient

Breanna is working on her master’s in environmental assessment and her near-term vision is to continue serving the public through work in the water quality and watershed management

Keener Family WWS Recipient
Lynette Kithniji
Heart of America Patriot Foundation WWS Recipient

Lynette is originally from Meru, Kenya, but reside's in Kansas City. She is pursuing her Master's of Engineering in Project Management.

Delbert Moore Family WWS Recipient

Mark, preferably Fitz, is from Kansas City.

Sara Meyers
Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipient

Sara is pursuing her bachelor’s in Geology and hopes one day to complete her Ph.D. in Geologic Studies and become a vertebrate paleontologist.

Savannah Glaves
Bill and Shanthi Eckert WWS recipient

Savannah is studying Korean and Chinese and wants to work toward bridging the gap in communication between nations.

Shantele Frie
Heart of America Patriot Foundation WWS recipient

Shantele is majoring in environmental science. She plans to continue on to graduate school and wants to become an urban planner.

So Hee Cooper
Heart of America Patriot Foundation , KAMO Adventures WWS recipient

So Hee is studying clinical laboratory science and is aspiring to pursue both the clinical and biotechnology concentrations to combine her passions.

Thomas Angel
Bill and Shanthi Eckert WWS recipient

Thomas is dual majoring in behavioral neuroscience and Italian and minoring in psychology.


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