The Wright State University Retirees Association has awarded $1,500 WSURA Nick Davis Endowed Scholarships to four students for the coming academic year. The following outstanding students received scholarships this year:
- John D. Gray is a Management Information Systems (MIS) major who expects to graduate in Spring 2025. He was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome as an adult and Wright State’s disability related services made it seem like the perfect choice.
- Logan MacGregor, a Wayne High School graduate, is a Middle Childhood Education major and is the brother of Lauren MacGregor, a former staff and Foundation Board of Trustee member. Logan has a strong history of community service and has held a paying job since he was 15.
- Amalia R. Petreman (shown in the photo with her father) is majoring in Liberal Studies and Studio Art. She is the daughter of fellow retiree David Petreman. Already fluent in Spanish, thanks to her dad, she has focused on French in college along with photography and art history.
- Eric Tomlinson, another MIS major, who plans to go on to graduate school for a degree in Business Analytics after acquiring some work experience. He is a single father to four children.
WSURA has raised more than $1 million to endow the Nick Davis Scholarships. The scholarships are available to continuing full-time undergraduate students with a minimum GPA of 3.0, with first preference given to an applicant who is a relative of a WSU retiree or one who is age 25 or older.