18 Mar The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation Awards Annual Scholarships
Philadelphia, PA – The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation takes great pleasure in announcing the academic year 2022-23 scholarship recipients. These members demonstrated outstanding scholastic achievement, chapter leadership and community service.
The Educational Foundation awarded 12 general undergraduate scholarships as follows:
Gianna Bruno, Beta Psi chapter at Brandeis University
Margaret Anne Bornerman, Omega chapter at University of Miami
Madison Caren, Psi chapter at University of Georgia
Emily Carey, Epsilon Zeta chapter at LaSalle University
Julia Etkin, Zeta Kappa chapter at Union College
Mary Pat MacCrae, Zeta Epsilon chapter at Carleton University
Meaghan Mahar, Gamma chapter at Syracuse University
Moira Neary, Omega chapter at University of Miami
Priya Parekh, Delta Pi chapter at Penn State University
Abbigail Renner, Zeta Alpha chapter at Tennessee Technological University
Hannah Ryan, Epsilon Zeta chapter at LaSalle University
Jasmine Taylor, Gamma chapter at Syracuse University
The Educational Foundation awarded 4 general graduate scholarships as follows:
Samantha Cartagena, Zeta Gamma chapter at Kutztown University
Hannah Jacobson, Beta Psi chapter at Brandeis University
Margaret Knauss, Psi chapter at University of Georgia
Lindsay Woodard, Alpha chapter at New York University
The foundation also awarded the following endowed scholarships:
The Arleen Kruger Honick Scholarship was awarded to Rebekah Thompson, undergraduate member of the Psi chapter at University of Georgia.
The Dr. Toby Tamarkin Scholarship was awarded to Stephanie Bullock, undergraduate member of the Psi chapter at University of Georgia.
The Madeleine Claire McNulty Scholarship fund awarded two $5,000 scholarships this round as follows: Breana Farney, undergraduate member of the Delta Sigma chapter at Rider University and Eve Francisco, undergraduate member of the Delta Pi chapter at Penn State University.
Scholarship committee chair, JoEllen Gregie, stated, “The past year has been so challenging for so many. The essays we read truly underscored the great need our members have for support. Identifying the top candidates was no easy task. Our readers were diligent in their review. These winners should be congratulated for their hard work in obtaining a scholarship for 2022-23”
The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation offers its congratulations to the 2022-23 scholarship recipients on this accomplishment. To learn more about the educational foundation, please visit www.dphie.org/scholarships.
About Delta Phi Epsilon
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority is an organization dedicated to creating a global network of future women leaders. DPhiE was founded on March 17, 1917 at New York University Law School as a social organization for women. The mission is to provide a sisterhood experience rich with tradition, innovation and opportunities for growth. Learn more about Delta Phi Epsilon at www.dphie.org.