Sigma Alpha Epsilon members receive scholarships

Sigma Alpha Epsilon members receive scholarships
Five members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at The University of South Dakota have received more than $7,000 in scholarships from their national headquarters for their hard work in community service this past year.

More than 100 applications were submitted to Sigma Alpha Epsilon's national headquarters and The University of South Dakota chapter is honored to take home five of these awards.

Dan Letsche of Marcus, IA, was awarded $3,000 in scholarships for his commitment to Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Letsche, son of Martin and Becky Letsche, is pursuing a master of science in computer science, with an emphasis in human computer interaction.

The remaining four $1,000 scholarships were awarded to Travis Rhoades, Luke Sharpe, Lee Mielke, and Josh Cope.

Rhoades, son of Mark and Betty Rhoades of Blair, NE, is a marketing major. Sharpe is the son of Bruce and Sue Sharpe of Sioux Falls, and is a double major in chemistry and political science.

Mielke, son of Rees and Bonnie Mielke of Conde, is an economics major. Josh Cope is the son of Chris and Drew Cope of Yankton, and is a double major in music studies and pre-medicine.

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