FHSU faculty member becomes new nationally competitive scholarships coach

Lexey Bartlett

05/10/16 lds
HAYS, Kan. -- Dr. Lexey Bartlett, associate professor of English at Fort Hays State University, has been named FHSU's new Nationally Competitive Scholarships coach.

"I am looking forward to working with students to find programs that match their interests and to help them compile the best applications possible," said Bartlett. "We have so many high-achieving students at Fort Hays State University, and applying for a nationally competitive scholarship is a great way for them to take a major step forward toward their academic and personal goals."

"Dr. Bartlett has a long history of working with nationally competitive scholarships, especially the Fulbright program, and has accumulated a distinctive record in her time at FHSU as a professor, chapter advisor of the Sigma Tau Delta English honor society and as a member of several campus committees," said Matt Means, director of the university's Honors College.

"We are excited that she will be assisting FHSU students interested in applying for prestigious awards such as the Rhodes, Truman, Marshall and Gates-Cambridge scholarships in a volunteer, service capacity," said Means.

She will chair the Honors College Nationally Competitive Scholarships Committee.

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