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16 Oklahoma Students Receive Sam Noble Scholarships

16 Oklahoma Students Receive Sam Noble Scholarships

Sam Noble Scholarships assist undergraduate and graduate students studying agriculture, and undergraduate students studying technology.

Posted June 3, 2019

ARDMORE, Okla. — The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation selected the 2019 recipients of the Sam Noble Scholarship, awarding a total of $182,500.

The 2019 recipients are:

  • Brock Bain, Valliant, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Rio Bonham, Tishomingo, Oklahoma State University
  • Seth Combes, Elmore City, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Cody Crase, Smithville, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Nathan Dethloff, Lone Grove, Oklahoma State University
  • William Ellison, Fitzhugh, Oklahoma State University
  • Karlee Gholson, Waurika, Oklahoma State University
  • Samantha Howe, Sulphur, Oklahoma State University
  • Jacob Lawless, Mead, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Jake Long, Lone Grove, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Brit Luna, Valiant, Oklahoma State University
  • Katherine Maher, Ardmore, Oklahoma State University
  • Emma Meeks, Ardmore, Oklahoma State University
  • Kaleigh Romines, Stonewall, Oklahoma State University
  • Will Shelby, Madill, Oklahoma State University,
  • Trever Stelzig, Lindsay, Oklahoma State University

Agricultural scholarships are limited to students pursuing an agriculture-related degree at universities with a separate college or division of agriculture. Technology scholarship applicants must be attending or planning to attend Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology in Okmulgee or Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City.

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Sam Noble The scholarship program is named in honor of the late Sam Noble (pictured), who created the program through a gift to the Noble Foundation. Noble believed that an education is something no one can take away from you.

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“The students who applied for this scholarship have exemplary academic records, making the selection committee’s job exceedingly difficult this year. The committee was impressed by the level of achievement of this year’s recipients in a highly competitive applicant pool. We look forward to seeing their future impact on the fields of agriculture and technology.”

Alexis Carter-Black, director of philanthropy for the Noble Foundation

About the Scholarship

Applicants for the Sam Noble Scholarship must reside in one of the following southern Oklahoma counties: Atoka, Bryan, Carter, Choctaw, Coal, Garvin, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, McCurtain, Murray, Pontotoc, Pushmataha or Stephens.

Additional information about the Sam Noble Scholarship Program is available online at www.noblefoundation.org/scholarships.

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