Montana State University

Students win MSU modern languages awards

May 25, 2006 -- from MSU News Service

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Bozeman -- Three Montana State University students received awards for excellence from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures within the College of Letters and Science.

Katharina Frank, a senior in Spanish and German, received the Steven L. Johnson Memorial Scholarship. The $500 award is given to the most outstanding Spanish teaching major. It not only recognizes academic success, but quality of character as well, reflecting the esteem of teachers and peers in the department. Frank resides in Bozeman.

Elizabeth Driscoll of Bozeman was awarded the Sue Burton Cannon Memorial Award. The $100 award is given to the outstanding junior female student in a modern languages class. Driscoll is pursuing a double major in mechanical engineering and German.

Alissa Hondlik of Minnetonka, Minn., was also awarded the Sue Burton Cannon Memorial Award. The $100 award is given to the outstanding junior female student in a modern languages class. Hondlik is pursuing a double major in elementary education and Spanish.

Contact: Tracy Knudson, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, at tracy@montana.edu or 994-4448.