Texas State junior awarded
By Andrew Osegi
Stephanie Daul, a junior at Texas State University double-majoring in accounting and finance, was awarded the 2012 Jo Anne J. Trow National Undergraduate Scholarship this past summer. The highly prestigious scholarship is awarded to only 35 undergraduates across the United States.
Stephanie Daul, third from right, with friends during reception for Business Leadership Week
Daul received the $2,000 award through her membership in the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) Honor Society, which she has belonged to since her freshman year. Daul qualified for her scholarship due to her 4.0 GPA, involvement on campus and recommendations from well-acquainted professors. Diann A. McCabe, director of academic development in the Honors College, says Daul “demonstrates the kind of academic depth and leadership potential that we
hope to see in all Texas State students.” Continue reading
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San Marcos organizations lend
support to Texas State Net Impact
By Gary Gannon
The Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP) and the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce are lending support to the Texas State University Net Impact Program’s 2012 Green Impact Campaign by helping them align their program with local companies who are interested in participating.
Students from Texas State Net Impact, a service group committed to making a positive difference in the world with sustainable projects relating to economic, environmental and social issues, are offering free energy audits to local businesses and nonprofits that are looking to potentially reduce their operating costs and minimize their energy use. Continue reading
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