Sigma Tau Educational Foundation

2010-11 Scholarship Recipients


Class of ’59 Pete Hanson Memorial Scholarship
$5,800

The “Class ’59 Pete Hanson Memorial Scholarship” is a fully endowed annual scholarship, with
contributions made by Dick Radloff and his fellow ’59 classmates. The Rush Program is the focus of this Scholarship.

Peter Montgomery: Award: $2,900

Bryan Lammers: Award: $2,900


Higgins Family Graduate Scholarship
$7,976

The focus of the “Higgins Family Graduate Scholarship” is on a recent graduate who has contributed throughout his undergraduate years at the Fiji House and is going on to Graduate School at the UW.


Tom Betts:
Award: $7,976

A Member of the Class of 2010

Currently in Masters program in Business with emphasis in Accounting

Will sit for the CPA after graduating


David A. Mowat Scholarship
$5,800

The children of David A. Mowat have pledged $21,000, over five years, to create the “David A. Mowat Scholarship” in honor of their father. They’ve included an academic focus on Engineering and Building Construction as a consideration.


Ryan Perrizo:
Award: $2,900

Sophomore (Class of 2013)

Major: Electrical or Civil Engineering


Alex Locke:
Award: $2,900

Sophomore (Class of 2013)

Major: Materials Science & Engineering


Highest Freshman
GPA $500

This Scholarship is given to the Sophomore who had the overall highest GPA in his Freshman year.


Milan Beard:
Award $500 (Highest Freshman GPA – 3.83)

Sophomore (Class of 2013)


General Scholarships
$5,500

The “General Scholarship” awards are given to current undergraduates from all studies.
The recipients are chosen not only based on financial need but also by what contributions
they’ve made to the House.


John Cadagan:
Award: $2,000

Senior (Class of 2011)

Major: Economics
Future Goal: Become Lawyer – Goal is to work in Maritime Law and negotiate fishery contracts
between domestic and foreign companies. Wants the world to become more environmentally
conscious by working to better regulation of fisheries.

CUM GPA: 3.48


Matt Conroy:
Award: $500

Senior (Class of 2011)

Major: Economics

Future Goal: After graduating, will pursue a job that is not only
enjoyable but contributes positively to society.

CUM GPA: 3.31


Richard Maloney:
Award: $500

Senior (Class of 2011)

Major: Political Science

Future Goal: Originally wanted Law School, recent change of heart, is now pursuing a Masters in Sports Management and Administration from Seattle U.
CUM GPA: 3.55


Andrew Morrow:
Award: $500

Junior (Class of 2012)

Major: Neurobiology

Future Goal: Plans to attend dental school after graduating, then to go on to
become an orthodontist. Would like to study abroad if the opportunity arises.
CUM GPA: 3.65


Jack Grant:
Award: $500

Junior (Class of 2012)

Major: Finance

Future Goal: Currently interviewing for internships at both JP Morgan Chase and Microsoft. Would like to have a full time job in finance set by the end of Winter
Quarter of Senior Year.
CUM GPA: 3.53


Kyle Yamamoto:
Award: $1,000

Sophomore (Class of 2013)

Major: Business, Finance

Future Goal: Possibly become a stock broker, an entrepreneur, or marketing
with Microsoft, Amazon or other great corporation.
CUM GPA: 3.73


2009 Scholarship Awards

Sam Barnes ’12 – Aaron Schulte ’03 Award

David A. Mowat Award – not awarded in 2009

Alex Hurt ’10

Benjamin Bradley ’10

Hank Wolfer ’11

Brendan Lopez ’11

Matt Conroy ’11

John Cadagan ’11

Brett Plancich ’12 – Highest Freshman GPA


2008 Scholarship Awards

Matt Leigh ’10 – David A. Mowat Award

Steve Landry ’10 – Aaron Schulte ’03 Award

Eddie Tuohy ’09

Andy White ’09

John Stout ’09

Alex Hurt ’10

Hank Wolfer ’11

Sigma Tau Scholarships

The Foundation is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization (a charitable organization eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.)  TIN 91-1569892.  The Foundation grants several scholarships each year to active undergraduate Sigma Tau Fijis.  Since its inception, the Foundation has granted over $100,000 in scholarships to Fiji undergraduates…Tomorrow’s future leaders.  Your contribution will allow the Foundation to continue building its endowment, to insure future contributions for years to come.

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Scholarship Committee contacts:

Roger Collins ’79  (425)487-5200
Scott Reusser ’84  (206)550-3285
James McCurdy ’79  (206)667-8953