Scot Allen graduates from Northern Arizona University
Scot Allen, a 2003 Park City High School alumni, graduated May 11, 2007 from Northern Arizona University. Allen graduated Cum Laude in mechanical engineering from the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences. He was a member of the NAU cycling team for three years, and vice president of NAU American Society of Mechanical Engineers and an ambassador to the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences during his senior year. Allen will be employed by TIC Holdings, Inc., a nationwide heavy industrial contractor. Hi is the son of Ron and Marcy Allen of Park City.
Adam C Hull awarded Juris Doctor degree
Adam C. Hull, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Hull of Park City, was awarded a Juris Doctor degree from the Washington and Lee University of Law on Saturday, May 12. Hull was also awarded the Charles V. Laughlin Award for outstanding contribution to the Moot Court program and the Student Bar Association President Award. While attending Washington and Lee, Hull served as the president of the Student Bar Association and was a member of the Moot Court Executive Board. He plans to work as an associate at Reed Smith, L.L.P. in Manhattan. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Utah in 2004.
Ryan Michael Hart awarded research grant
Ryan Michael Hart, of Park City was awarded a faculty research Fellowship grant at Bowdoin College, May 9. The grants support summer research done by students mentored by faculty members. Bowdoin College is a small liberal arts college located in Brunswick, Maine.
Alexandra Lindsay receives scholarship
Best Buy Children’s Foundation has awarded a scholarship to Alexandra Lindsay, a 2007 graduating senior of Park City High School. Alexandra is the daughter of Mitchell and Tamara Lindsay and plans to attend the University of Utah next fall. Scholarship recipients were chosen based on community service and academic achievement.
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.