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The Kansas Society of CPAs Educational Foundation announced the 2020 KSCPA scholarship recipients: Clayton Burrows, from the University of Kansas, won the $3,000 Byron Bird Graduate Scholarship; Myriah Webster, McPherson College, received the $2,500 John J. Killian Scholarship; and Mary LaBelle, Kansas State University, won the $2,500 Mary Ellen Kirkpatrick Leadership Scholarship. Every year, KSCPA also offers 14 scholarships – seven graduate (totaling $17,500) and seven undergraduate (totaling $15,750). Receiving a $2,500 scholarship are: Mallory Milstead, Fort Hays State University; Kara Dewey, Kansas State University; Colin Webber, Pittsburg State University; Carolina Taylor, Emporia State University; Nathan Hayden, Wichita State University; Olivia Hulke, University of Kansas; and John Collar, Washburn University. Recipients of the $2,250 undergraduate scholarship included: Samual Neff, Fort Hays State University; Julie Schrick, Kansas State University; Madison Keller, Pittsburg State University; Dale Miller, Emporia State University; Collin Sharp, Wichita State University; Sydney Dahlgren, University of Kansas; and Conner Poteete, Washburn University.

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