UIS students receive Avery Brundage scholarships
Bartosiak is a freshman from Bethalto. She is majoring in Chemistry and is a member of the women's volleyball team.
Deo is a sophomore from Chicago. She is majoring in Political Science and is a member of the women's tennis team.
Janezic is a junior from Barrington. She is majoring in Psychology and is a member of the women's volleyball team.
Reynolds is a sophomore from Peoria. He is majoring in Business and is a member of the men's basketball team.
Wellard is a senior from Springfield. She is majoring in Legal Studies and is a member of UIS' cheerleading/spirit squad.
Brundage scholarship recipients are selected by a committee representing the faculties and student bodies of the three U of I campuses. Students chosen must engage in athletics for personal development, not as preparation for professional sports; must be working toward bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degrees at the U of I; and must be in the upper 25 percent of their undergraduate class or in good academic standing in their graduate program.
The scholarships were established in 1974 by an endowment from Avery Brundage, University of Illinois alumnus and former president of the International and U.S. Olympic committees. Since 1974, 776 scholarships have been awarded, totaling $956,200.
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