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Ellises Place Maps in UCM's Hands
With his UCM degree in geography and history, James Ellis embarked on a career in 1961 that  took him throughout the United States and around the world. He always carried with him an appreciation for what UCM had given him, and returned the gift throughout the years as a benefactor of UCM's Department of Political Science and Geography.
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Wells Encourages Harmon College's Best Junior Student with Scholarship
When he was working in Washington, D.C., Eugene Wells, Ph.D., once bought some land north of Warrensburg, which he thought was only going to be an investment property. Although he expected to retire to the eastern part of the United States with his wife, Rita, fate took another turn. He built a house on that land, took a teaching job at University of Central Missouri, and today continues to invest in the future of UCM students.
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Theta Chi Celebrates 150th, Awards First Scholarship
For the men of Theta Chi fraternity, the spring 2006 semester was a time for milestones. Not only did they celebrate Theta Chi's 150th year of existence as a men's national fraternity, but they awarded the first Kappa Sigma Kappa - Theta Chi Alumni Scholarship.
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Sales Skills Net Nelson New Scholarship
Serenity Nelson's competitive spirit and marketing skill earned her the first Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Scholarship presented at UCM. The scholarship was established this spring by Northwestern's Brase Financial Group to assist outstanding students in UCM's Department of Marketing and Legal Studies.
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Scholarship Honors Mothers' Love for Education
Rural Missouri educators, Mary Elizabeth Ragar Warren and Venice Elgeva Waller, lived at a time when women often had to choose between professional careers and family. Long after their deaths, their children have established a scholarship to honor the love they instilled in others for education and their support for women achieving advanced degrees.
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