Download the scholarship application for 2016-17 here.
In 2015, Triad awarderd $750 scholarships to Ellen Yin, a junior majoring in Public Health and Human Sciences, and to Roy Almog, a senior in the University Honors College majoring in Exercise and Sport Science.
Ellen Yin received her scholarship award from Richard Wood, Triad president for 2015. She is from Corvallis and graduated from Crescent Valley High school. Since transferring to OSU from the University of Southern California, she has has been active with extracurricular and service activities as a board member for the OSU Beaver Store. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, volunteers at Red Cross blood drives, and served as a wellness coordinator for the Corvallis School District where she dedicated 60 hours planning and coordinating events.
In her application Ellen states, “By pursuing a degree in the field of kinesiology, I hope to combine my knowledge of movement with my love for words and journalism by making a positive impact on people.”
She looks forward to increasing her involvement on campus in the future with initiation into the Order of the Omega, a leadership honor society for members of the Greek community and soon hopes to see an article she wrote published in magazine Seventeen.
Roy Almog (not available for a photo) is a senior in the University Honors College majoring in Exercise and Sport Science and minoring in Chemistry. He is from Portland and graduated from Westview High School. Roy has been on the dean’s list and honor roll while at OSU. His extracurricular activities include serving as an undergraduate teaching assistant for the anatomy and physiology lab, working at the student learning center in the Honors College and volunteering with the OSU blood drive, where he was elected to the position of director of promotions and publicity.
One of the most influential service activities he has been involved with is volunteering with IMPACT for Life, a program that serves individuals with disabilities. In her recommendation letter, the coordinator for that program writes, “I can confidently say that Roy is one of the most dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers our program has had. He brings boundless energy to his role working with IMPACT participants and helps them become more confident, independent and motivated to engage in activities.”
Roy is applying to medical school with the goal of becoming a doctor. He realized early on that this was going to be the career he was going to dedicate his life toward and it fits his desire for serving others.