ACU student receives state honor
For immediate release
March 9, 1999
Abilene Christian University student Mallory Pope, a
senior from Oklahoma City, was named Texas Family and
Consumer Scientist of the Year at the recent 81st Annual
Texas Association of Family and Consumer Sciences conference
in San Antonio.
Four other ACU students were elected as officer for the
organization for 1999-2000. They include:
- Norma Toledo, junior from San Antonio,
- Tara Willbanks, sophomore from Colleyville, national
- Kristy Covert, sophomore from Houston, nutrition
council delegate; and
- Brianna St. John, freshman from Tulsa, Okla., vice
chair of programming.
At the conference, Dr. Marianna Rasco, chair of ACU's
Department of Family and Consumer Science, completed her
chairmanship of the Coalition of Administrators of Human
Sciences and became chair of the Southwest District for
Pat Varner, assistant professor of family and consumer
science, serves as adviser for the local TAFCS student
section, Sigma Tau Alpha, at ACU.
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