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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jun 9, 2011    #127
Contact: John Austin
(816) 235-5251

Kathleen Brueggemann selected as University of Missouri-Kansas City 2011 Trustees' Scholar

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) is pleased to announce that Sullivan resident and Sullivan High School graduate Kathleen Brueggemann has been named a 2011 UMKC Trustees' Scholar. Brueggemann will enter UMKC this fall and will major in Accounting.

Each year, UMKC names a select group of academically gifted and accomplished entering freshmen as Trustees' Scholars. The UMKC Trustees created the scholarship program to support the University in attracting the best and the brightest students to UMKC. Each Trustees' Scholar receives an aid package valued at more than $60,000 over four years.

Over the course of her high-school career, Brueggemann served as a member of Student Council and vice-president of the Class Executive Board. She was captain of the Sullivan High School Varsity Cross Country Team and president of the school chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She also was honored as a Missouri Scholars Academy and a Missouri Girls State participant.

To qualify for the Trustees' Scholars Program, students must meet at least two of the following three criteria: a minimum ACT Composite score of 30; rank in the top 5 percent of the graduating class; or a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or more in a 17-class core curriculum. Trustees' Scholars must enroll full time, be seeking an undergraduate degree and commit to living on campus for the first two years.


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