(05/23/2013)
Twelve upcoming Glenville State College freshmen from West Virginia and other states have been awarded scholarships from the GSC Foundation for the 2013-2014 academic school year.

Five of the students are from the region.

Braxton County residents Harlie Ellyson of Gassaway and Chelsie Huffman of Heaters have been awarded the Lorena Hefner Scholarship and the John C. Shaw Scholarship. Ellyson will be majoring in pre-nursing and is the daughter of Gary and Linda Ellyson. Huffman will be majoring in business and is the daughter of Terry and the late Kim Huffman.

Clay County resident Lauren Stover of Clay has been awarded the Edward Nicholas Orr, IV Scholarship, the Honors Academic Scholarship, and the John C. Shaw Scholarship. Stover will be majoring in English education (5-adult) during GSC's upcoming fall semester. She is the daughter of Kara Stover of Clay.

Gilmer County residents Larisa Gordon of Coxs Mills and Morgan Allen of Normantown also received awards. Gordon was awarded the Dr. Paul G. and Virginia Caltrider Scholarship, the Honors Academic Scholarship, the Madelyn Conrad Kidd Scholarship, the Eula Bush Short Scholarship, and the John C. Shaw Scholarship.

Allen was awarded the Moyers Academic Scholarship, the Honors Academic Scholarship, and the John C. Shaw Scholarship. Both will be majoring in mathematics education (5-adult) at GSC during the upcoming 2013 fall semester. Gordon is the daughter of Daniel and Victoria Gordon of Coxs Mills. Allen is the daughter of Glen and Kay Allen of Normantown.


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