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Citizen Scholar Award Recipients - Academic Spotlight
In keeping with Missouri State University's statewide mission in public affairs, each year the Missouri State Board of Governors recognizes students who exemplify the concept of a citizen scholar. A citizen scholar contributes to the university, advances the university's public affairs mission and engages in extra-curricular accomplishments and/or in significant service activities in the community. Five of the recipients of the 2012 Citizen Scholar Award are here today. Lauren Bansbach, a senior biology major from St. Louis. Amber Carr, a senior broadcast journalism major from West Plains. Bethany Forrester, a senior civil engineering major from Springfield. Anthony Hendrix, a junior biology major from Neosho. Casteel Kirk, a senior agriculture education major from Urbana. One citizen scholar, Scott Turk, was not able to attend. On the court to congratulate these students are vice president for student affairs Earle Doman, Bancorp South representative Steven Clark and Board of Governors members Gordon Elliott, Beverly Miller and Paige Jenkins. Ladies and gentlemen, please acknowledge the 2012 Citizen Scholars. They are in The BancorpSouth Academic Spotlight.
SCOTT CITY, Kan. (AP) - A 52-year-old Missouri man has been sentenced to probation in a lightning rod insurance scam that targeted elderly residents. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Thursday in a release that Donald Anthony Moses of Neosho, Missouri, was sentenced to two years of probation with an underlying sentence of 18 months in prison. Moses pleaded guilty in June to conspiracy ...