Biology student is awarded the Carey-Gillespie Scholarship Print
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Written by Kathrynne Skonicki   
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 16:31
ROMEOVILLE— Lewis University student Kimberly Teats of Erie was awarded the Carey-Gillespie Scholarship for the 2012-2013 academic year. Teats is a freshman majoring in biology and minoring in Spanish. She is also a student athlete on the Women’s Softball team.

The Carey-Gillespie award recipient must be a full-time student, participate in Lewis University’s program of intercollegiate athletics, and maintain a 2.75 GPA while attending Lewis.

In addition to the Carey-Gillespie Scholarship, Teats was also awarded the Frank J. Lewis Scholarship for her freshmen year based on her outstanding high school academics and ACT score.

Kimberly Teats is the daughter of John and Jill Teats of Erie, Ill.

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