About 200 people attended the Chancellor’s Scholarship Dinner on Monday. It was a time for students who received scholarships during 2015-16 the opportunity to meet and thank the donors who are helping fund their education; Ivy Tech Northeast had 235 scholarship recipients who were recognized in the event’s program, though all weren’t able to be in attendance.
Richard Wing, who is studying hospitality administration, was the student speaker at the dinner. He has a Leepoxy scholarship, provided by Leepoxy Plastics Inc.
The event also allowed hospitality administration students to learn skills beyond the kitchen; instructors and chefs Meshele Wyneken and Cheryl Hitzemann helped guide students through skills including serving, presentation, and timing.
This is the third year students and donors were recognized at the appreciation dinner.
Click on the images below to zoom and for caption info. Find more images from the dinner on Flickr.
Brenda Zemaitis, an event management student, is a recipient of the Robert F. Kelty Endowed Scholarship.
Alejandro Ivey is studying hospitality administration. He is a recipient of a Culinary Arts Scholarship.
Allison Keith, a nursing student, at left, is a recipient of the Critical Care Seminar of Northeast Indiana Endowed Scholarship, provided by Candy Schladenhauffen, the College’s assistant vice chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Joanne Holscher is a baking and pastry arts student who received a Robert F. Kelty Endowed Scholarship.
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