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Jack W. Hines Memorial
The family of Dr. Jack W. Hines established this scholarship in 1977 as a memorial to a man who served Truman as an instructor of political science from 1968 through 1976.
Dr. William Kitts Memorial
Friends and relatives have memorialized Dr. William Kitts through a scholarship endowed in 1983. Kitts came to Truman in 1966 and served as associate professor of social science education through his retirement in 1978.
Bonnie (Neuner) and Kevin Kuebler Social Science
This annual scholarship was established in 2000 by Bonnie (Neuner) ('87) and Kevin Kuebler ('90) to provide financial support for a deserving social science student.
Donald and Nancy Moss Study Abroad
This endowed fund was established by Dr. Fredric Shaffer to honor Dr. Donald and Nancy Moss. Donald Moss, Ph.D. is the chair of the Mind-Body Medicine program at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center in San Francisco, CA. He is a partner in the Psychological Services Center in Grand Haven and in Holland, MI and has served as the President of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, chief editor for Biofeedback Magazine, associate editor for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and consulting editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy and the Journal of Phenomenological Psychology. The Donald and Nancy Moss Study Abroad fund was inspired by their extensive international travel and generous support for Dr. Shaffer's students when they have encountered them at international conferences. Don has served as an intrepid tour guide and they have treated Dr. Shaffer's students to meals and stories of their journeys.
Fred Shaffer received his BA from Claremont Men's College before attending Oklahoma State University where he earned his MS and Ph.D. Dr. Shaffer began his career at Truman in 1975 where he currently serves as professor psychology and leads an extensive undergraduate student biofeedback research team.
Preferred Family Healthcare
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An endowed scholarship fund was established in 2004 by Mr. Michael Schwend ('83, '90), president and chief executive officer of Preferred Family Healthcare, to provide scholarships for Truman State University students.