Rust-Scheuermann ’96 receives statewide admission honor

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Aimée Rust-Scheuermann ’96 was presented with the Dorothy Cheesman Distinguished Service Award by the Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling (INACAC). Named for a longtime member of the admission staff at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, the Cheesman Award is presented annually to recognize distinguished and exemplary service to students in their search for post-secondary education.

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A historic day on the Hanover College campus featured the conferral of degrees to members of the classes of 2020 and 2021. Driven by the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – and the emergence of the 17-year cicadas – separate ceremonies were held for each graduating class Saturday, May 29, at Alumni Stadium. Photo

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Four Hanoverians will be honored with the College’s highest alumni awards during a special Homecoming ceremony next fall. Geoff Lorenz ’65 and Dr. Curtis Stine ’71 will be presented with the Alumni Achievement Award. Benjamin Gunning ’08 and Brianna Harlan ’15 have been selected to receive the Distinguished Young Alumni Award. The event is scheduled

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Ty Allen ’21 and Arianna Harris-Kawano ’22, members of the Hanover College Concert Choir, performed two selections during the virtual inauguration of Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb ’90. The gubernatorial event aired online Monday, Jan. 11. Allen and Harris-Kawano, accompanied by Professor of Music Madlen Batchvarova, were included in the ceremony through their video performances of “The

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Hanover will bestow its highest alumni honors on six graduates during a special virtual ceremony at 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 9. The Alumni Achievement Award will be presented to Gary Ball ’73, Patricia Wyche Calore ’83 and retired Col. Stephen Smith, USMC. During the program, the Distinguished Young Alumni Award will be given to Patric Morrison ’10, Morgan Rumple ’13 and Chris Walsh

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Hanover employees Steve Brown, Lindsay Rainey Faulstick ’07, Aarik Gault and Stephen Steiner were recognized as recipients of the 2019 Stanley Totten Awards. The honor is presented annually to members of the staff and faculty for outstanding service above and beyond normal job responsibilities. Brown is an information technology specialist, while Faulstick is an associate

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Liz Otte Brownlee ’09 returned to campus September 30th to discuss her experience testifying before a congressional subcommittee. “A Sustainable Farmer Goes to Washington,” provided an inside look at her June 5 testimony before the House Agriculture Committee’s subcommittee on biotechnology, horticulture and research. Brownlee addressed a proposed relocation of the USDA’s Economic Research Service

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Sara Wines ’15 Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Stewardship at Hanover CollegeHanover College class of 2015, studio art major, Business Scholars ProgramAs a student, Sara was involved as the President of Feminist Club and member of the rugby team and art club. “I made really strong, immediate connections with people, whether they were my

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Jenny Siepler Moss ’06 Director of Internships, Business Scholars ProgramHanover College class of 2006, sociologyAs a student, Jenny was involved as a student ambassador and a resident assistant. “Looking back from now, I liked growing up here, I like my end result, I like who I am. I owe a lot of that to Hanover

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