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Celebrating 20 years of the Clark Society Endowed Scholarship

Over 20 years ago, the idea for a Clark Society scholarship grew out of a Clark Board committee meeting
as a way to both directly impact students and promote awareness of the Clark Society. Now, 80 scholars
and $306,500 later, the Clark Society Endowed Scholarship is one of the premier scholarships that
targets TCU seniors. 

Nominated by TCU faculty and staff, Clark Society Scholars are senior students who represent the University with the highest degree of character, leadership and sense of serves. This highly-competitive merit scholarship rewards students for their academic excellence and involvement during their time at TCU and encourages them to stay engaged with TCU after graduation. Because of your support, this year the endowed fund is awarding five scholarships of $11,000 --  the most funding ever awarded in a single year. Please join us in welcoming the 2019-2020 Clark Society Endowed Scholars. 

Jacey Elliott       Jacey Elliott is a biology major from Bentonville, Arkansas. She is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College, Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Health Fraternity and Kappa Kappa Gamma, a Student Foundation Chancellor’s Host and University Host and a Frog Camp Director. 
Madison Johnson       Madison Johnson is a biology major from Farmersville, Texas. She is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College and acts as the Cook Children’s Medical Center volunteer coordinator for Texas Zeta – TCU’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta (the national Pre-Health Honor Society). She is also president and founder of UAID (United Against Inequities in Disease), serves as Pre-Health Ambassador for the Pre-Health Leadership Council and is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha.
Alexa Markulis       Alexa Markulis is a nursing major from Westerville, Ohio. She is a Carter Host Ambassador with Student Foundation, a Frog Camp Facilitator, a member of the Harris College Fellows, a mentor in the Nursing Mentor Program, an anatomy and physiology tutor and a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
Timothy Schwartz       Timothy Schwartz is a chemistry major from Trabuco Canyon, California. He is a Frog Camp Facilitator and a member of the American Chemical Society. As an officer with the TCU Chemistry Club, he plans STEM outreach activities in the DFW community and mentors peers in their studies. In the past, Tim was also a member of the Peer Discipline Board, Frog Aides and the Student Government Association.
Victoria Short       Victoria “Tori” Short is a psychology major from Fort Worth, Texas. Tori, a TCU Scholar who has made the Dean's list each semester, is a research assistant with both TCU’s Hill Evolutionary Social Psychology Lab and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and has served as a research assistant intern at UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Institute as well.

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