2017-2018 Graduate Studies Catalog

19 her career as a school teacher and her retirement as a tutor, substitute teacher, and adult education teacher. Recipients of this scholarship shall be graduate students in the Irvin School of Education with preference given to current teachers. Recipients of this need-based scholarship will be selected by the dean of the Irvin School of Education. Ingerson Memorial Graduate Fellowship/Scholarship This fellowship was established in 1994 by a bequest from the will of Dr. Earl Ingerson. An HSU 1928 summa cum laude chemistry graduate, Dr. Ingerson received an MA in geology from HSU in 1931, a PhD in geology from Yale University, and did post-doctoral work in structural petrology in Innsbruck, Austria. Dr. Ingerson served on the staff of the Carnegie Institution Geophysical Laboratory in Washington, DC, was chief of the geochemical and petrology branch of the U. S. Geological Survey, professor of geology at the University of Texas at Austin, and associate dean of the Graduate School from 1961–1964. In addition to his distinguished international career in geology and geochemistry, Dr. Ingerson coached the HSU tennis team to the Texas championship in 1926. Recipients will be in the environmental management program, selected by program faculty and program director. Dr. Clyde T. Jetton Endowed Memorial Scholarship The Clyde T. Jetton Endowed Scholarship was established by his son, Ronald Clyde Jetton, in 1987. Dr. Jetton was graduate dean and a member of the HSU faculty for 29 years. The income from this endowment is to be awarded annually to a deserving graduate student in psychology who shows evidence of financial need and has at least a 3.0 grade point average. The award will be made by the Financial Aid Office upon recommendation by the dean of graduate studies. Dr. Bertie Kingore Gifted and Talented Scholarship This scholarship was established by the Irvin School of Education in 1991. The recipient will be selected from among those students working toward the gifted and talented endorsement. Selection will be made by the director of the gifted program in consultation with the dean of the Irvin School of Education. Susan Kay Livingston Endowed Scholarship This scholarship was established in 1996 by Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Livingston of DeLeon, Texas, in honor of their daughter. Recipients shall be physical therapy majors who must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Recipients shall be chosen by the head of the HSU Physical Therapy Department. Dr. Lois E. Martin Endowed Memorial Scholarship This scholarship was established by Jois Elizabeth Ross and Kenneth Gebhard Martin, children of Dr. Lois E. Martin, with initial funds coming from the prestigious Minnie Stevens Piper Award for distinguished educators and the Hugh Roy Cullen Award for excellence in teaching, honors which Dr. Martin earned in 1980. Joining the faculty of Hardin-Simmons University in 1964, Dr. Martin founded the program in counseling and human development and served as department head until her death in 1980. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student who is majoring in counseling and human development. Selection will be made by the chairman of the HSU Department of Counseling and Human Development on the basis of dedication to the counseling profession. Special consideration will be given to previous recipients of this scholarship. The Mary Paxton Pender Graduate Music Scholarship The Mary Paxton Pender Graduate Music Scholarship Endowment was given in her memory by family and friends of the family. The scholarship is to be awarded to a graduate student who is majoring in voice, piano, or choral conducting. The award will be made by the School of Music Scholarship Committee in consultation with the dean of the School of Music. Mary Paxton was born in Abilene in 1893 and attended Simmons Academy and Simmons College, graduating in

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