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Pappajohn Scholarship Program

Spring 2003 Pappajohn Scholarship Winners

Spring 2003 Pappajohn Scholarship Winners

For the fifth year, 10 Iowa State University students from the Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship will each receive $1,000 scholarships from the John and Mary Pappajohn Scholarship Fund.

This year's scholarship recipients are:

Front Row Left to Right

Nathan Hein, Monticello, junior, veterinary medicine

Andrew O'Connor, Orland Park, Ill., senior, management and entrepreneurship

Steven Saltzman, Corning, junior, electrical engineering

Tama-Lea Bence, Indianola, senior, management and entrepreneurship

Middle Row Left to Right

Eric Kosch, Iowa City, junior, industrial engineering

Jason Reiman, Templeton, senior, management and entrepreneurship

Casey Kann, Garnavillo, senior, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering

Brian Keehner, Farmersburg, junior, agriculture

Back Row Left to Right

Jon Schmidt, Ireton, junior, veterinary medicine

Eric Thompson, Ottumwa, junior, management information systems.

John and Mary Pappajohn of Des Moines have given $8.5 million to five Iowa colleges and universities to create the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Centers. They began the John & Mary Pappajohn Scholarship Fund in 1999 to recognize and reward students interested in establishing their own business. The scholarship program is open to students from any discipline.