TASPA awards scholarship to ACU student

For Immediate Release
September 13, 1999

Beverly McAnally, senior non-traditional applied studies major from Abilene, was awarded one of the Texas Association of School Personnel Administrators (TASPA) scholarships of $2,000, according to Dr. Jerry Whitworth, chair of the department of education and associate professor of education.

McAnally was selected because of her dedication as a student and as a future teacher.

"Beverly has a passion for teaching," Whitworth said. "She is a very conscientious student with a passion for teaching. Her professors report she will make an excellent teacher."

Each year TASPA provides three $2,000 scholarships to students at member schools which include all major universities in Texas offering undergraduate education degrees. There are 22 university members including Texas A&M, University of Texas - Austin, University of Texas - Arlington, Baylor, Texas Tech and Angelo State.

Beverly is preparing to certify as an elementary teacher with a reading specialization. She will graduate in the spring of 2000.


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