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Morrisville State College honors school of business students

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The following School of Business students/graduates were awarded scholarships at Morrisville State College.

The Bert Hundredmark Memorial Scholarship was awarded to gaming and casino management students, Boyce Neff, of Dryden and Rebecca Barlow, of Groton.

The Bill Jones Scholarship was awarded to Elise Rinehart, of Ellington, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree student.

Rinehart also received the ISFEA Worthy Goal Scholarship along with Loriann Kompare, of Clay, a food service administration – restaurant management graduate and Benjamin Markie, of Oswego, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program graduate and Reid Nahas, of Bellevue Switzerland, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program student.

Rinehart also received The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation Scholarship along with Matt Snyder, of Otego and Alanna Stein, of Rochester, both resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree students.

Kompare also received The Thomas V. Ciarrocchi Scholarship along with Nicole Speers, of Baldwinsville, a food service administration – restaurant management student and Stephanie Kimber, of Kirkville, Ignas Impolis, of Norwich and Jenna Vorhis, of Locke, resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree students.

Kompare was additionally presented the Peggy Heisler Memorial Scholarship along with Rhinehart, Markie, Speers, Nahas, and Kenny Brown and Lily Pierce, of Morrisville food service administration – restaurant management students, and Khadijah Donald, of Brooklyn, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program graduate, and Molly Luzak, of New Fane, Carrie Smith, of Madison and Paula Knisely, of Clinton, all resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program students.

Luzack and Markie also received The Syracuse Branch Scholarship.

Markie also received The Rosebrooks Family Scholarship along with Willie McCallister, of Peekskill, a food service administration – restaurant management student and Vannati Briggs (Zophy), of Morrisville, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program student.

The Laura Symonds Scholarship was awarded to Sarah Byrne, of Baldwinsville, a resort and recreation service management: technology management bachelor degree program student.

Jacob Smith, of Hamilton, a travel and tourism: hospitality management student received The New York Hotel/ Matt Morgan scholarship.

Morrisville State College sets the world in motion for students. Curriculums are enriched with applied learning and pave the way for opportunity at both the Morrisville and Norwich campuses. An action-oriented, interactive learning lab, the college is a national leader in technology. Visit www.morrisville.edu to experience, Morrisville in motion.


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