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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 1,2015 EDUCATION uc on FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Murphy named board of trustees chair In its first meeting of the academic year, the Eastern Washington University board of trustees voted to elect vice-chair Jim Murphy to chair. Murphy succeeds former chair Jo Ann Kauffman, whose term on the board expired Sept. 30. Kauffman's first appointment tothe board was in 2003. She also served as chair from 2008-10. Murphy was appointed to the Gov. Christine Gregoire in 2012, and has served as the board's vice-chair over the last year. He earned his bachelors from Eastern in 1965. The board also voted to elect Uriel Ifuguez asthe new vice chair. Both Murphy's and Ifiiguez's terms are for one year. Ryan and Starr named 2016 Merit Scholarship semifinalists Note: This brief ran last week, however the headline incorrectly said it was the McNair Scholarship. Cheney's Shogo Start and Medical Lake's Jeremy Ryan are two of approximately 16,000 semifinalists for the 2016 National Merit Scholar- ship Program. According to a news release from the National Merit Scholarship Program about 1.5 million entrants from across the United States this year will compete for 7,400 scholarships totaling of $32 million. About 15,000 students will advance to the finalist round in February. There are three types of scholarships: National Merit $2500 scholarship, Corporate-sponsored awards and College-sponsored awards. [ continued from page 2 this maybe a night of the program. Challenges one acts in order to al- aside, she loves the stu- The club is schedul- lows multiple studentsdents and watching what ing three shows. The first to perform, performing does for their is Li'l Abner," a musical "We have a limited confidence and abilities. based on the comic strip capacity of a venue and "I love the moments of the same name, which satirizes politics, gender roles and rural American culture. Tingley hopes to have "Li'l Abner" in Showalter Hall. The second is "Amer- ica's Broadway Review." This musical will not only feature the club's soloists, but also give the audience a glimpse of the develop- ment of musical theater in America. Tingley said groups of students com- in teaching when it goes ing on and off stage," Tingley said: "My mind is thinking 'how do we utilize this space?'" The club is also plan- ning a dramatic comedy in December. Tingley is assessing the students before she decides on a specific play, While the club has over 50 students, Tingley said it's another building year for beyond be'mg in the class- room and beyond stu- dent-to-teacher and more of soul-to-soul and know- ing they have discovered a part of themselves and what they are capable of," Tingley said. "I'm looking forward to more of those moments this year." Al Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress. com. continued from page2 generators sales people characteristics that are use. favorable to enrollment in the student population Only the CRM crunch- here at Eastern," Woolf has had help being gener- es names, numbers and explained. "It's beenpret- ated by a program called interests of students across ty helpful to have that the CRM or Constituentthe nation who have taken tool," he said, Relationship Manage- the SAT and ACT tests. P a u l D e l a n e y ment. 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