Lovejoy Graduate Studies Scholarship awarded to 45
Published 8:00 am Saturday, September 4, 2021
The Hatton Lovejoy Graduate Studies Fund Committee of Fuller E. Callaway Foundation announced the award of scholarship grants totaling $341,920 to 45 graduate school students from the area, per a press release from the Callaway Foundation.
Funds for the graduate scholarships were provided by a bequest in the will of Fuller E. Callaway III, who died in 1971. Scholarship grants under the program vary according to the cost of attendance of the individual applicants and are renewable based on the applicant’s satisfactory academic performance.
The students’ graduate schools and the degrees they are seeking are:
Anna Aldridge, University of West Georgia, Master of Education in Instructional Technology; Laney Anderson, University of South Carolina, Mast of Science in Speech Pathology; Elizabeth Arena, Auburn University, Masters in Engineering Management; William Bates, University of West Georgia, Education Specialist; Veronica Bowman, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Master of Occupational Therapy; Elizabeth Burch, Georgia Southern University, Master of Accountancy; Kate Chambers, University of Southern Mississippi, Master of Library Science; Callye Ann Chastain, Georgia Southern University, Master of Science in Speech Pathology, Amanda Costly, LaGrange College, Education Specialist; Miranda Cox, Samford University, Master of Divinity; Skylar Crowe, Auburn University, Doctorate of Pharmacy, Heather Daniel, Auburn University, Master of Science in Nursing; Robin Daniels, Columbus State University, Master of Science in Nursing Education; Lillian DeGennaro, University of Minnesota, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine; Sara Kate Doerr, Medical College of Georgia, Medical Doctor; Jillian Dykes, Faulkner University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy; Jonathan Fagundes, University of Georgia, Juris Doctorate; Mary Kathryn Hardigree, University of Georgia, Master of Early Childhood Education; Stevie Hardigree, Converse College, Master of Marriage and Family Therapy; Jennifer Harmon, Columbus State University, Master of Science in Nursing Education; Sara Hodge, University of West Georgia, Education Specialst; Jacob Howard, Augusta University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy; Karley Huddleston, Auburn University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy; Berta Knight, University of Georgia, Master in Social Work; Savannah Laney, LaGrange College, Master of Eduation in Curriculum & Instruction; Erin Lee, Georgetown University, Juris Doctorate; Hyunji Lee, Philadelphia College of Ostepathic Medicine, Masters in Health Sciences; Lindsey Mauzy, LaGrange College, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Elena Mayfield, Clemson University, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Joseph Miller, Vanderbilt University, Doctorate of Education of Leadership; Sara Morman, LaGrange College; Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction; Kristen Ouzts, University of West Georgia, Master of Education and Speech Pathology; Bailey Painter, Georgia Institue of Technology, Masters in Nuclear Engineering; Jonathan Pelham, University of Georgia, Master of Business Administration; Jennifer Pike, Liberty University, Doctorate of Education in Leadership; Ann Rhodes, Brenau University, Doctorate in Elementary Education; Lori Simmions, LaGrange College, Master of Eduation in Curriculum & Instruction; McClain Skinner, Samford University, Doctorate of education in Technology; Bridget Smith, Columbus State University, Doctorate of Education of Leadership; Samuel Sykes, Walden University, Doctorate of education in Technology; April Taylor, Western Goveronors University, Master of Art in Teaching; Chelsea Waddell, University of Alabama, Master of Science in Nursing; Emily Walker, Appalachian State University, Master of Art in Experimental Psychology, Elizabeth Wheeler, University of Alabama, Juris Doctorate; Kyle Williams, Georgetown University, Master of Business Administration.
The scholarship fund is administered by a committee consisting of Ellen Hudson Harris, Joyce Morgon-Young and Trip Penn
The Hatton Lovejoy Graduate Studies Fund was established in memory of the late Hatton Love Joy, a prominent LaGrange attorney. At the time of his death in April 1964, Lovejoy was Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Callaway Foundation, Inc., a member of the Board of Directors of Callaway Mills Company and Vice President of the Fuller E. Callaway Foundation.