Auburn students earn BECU Foundation scholarships | School briefs

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Auburn’s Jacqueline Chamberlain, KimVy Khong and Sophie Nelson have been awarded BECU Foundation scholarships.

A class of 80 BECU student members are receiving scholarships totaling $3,000 each to use toward their college education.

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Auburn’s Bridger Deschamps (bachelor of arts, computer science – business track); Dimarya Funk (B.A., chemistry); Gabrielle Lane (B.A., elementary education and special education, cum laude) were recently awarded degrees from Whitworth University in Spokane. … Zane Coble, Colin Lempert and Timary Mathena made the Whitworth provost’s honor roll for spring semester. …

Myles Veal recently participated in the DO-IT Scholars Program, which targets high school sophomores and juniors with disabilities throughout the state who are interested in pursuing higher education. Veal was one of about 45 college-bound high school students who participated in the summer study program at the University of Washington. Students spent 10 days living on campus and learned about challenging careers in fields such as science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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