2018 - 2019 Legacy Scholarship Recipients
Tess Gallagher Clancy is a senior majoring in history. Among her many activities, she has served as a counselor for Montana’s Girls State, a student volunteer for Reinvest Montana, on the UM Coalition of Concerned Students, an exchange partner for UM Global Partners and a volunteer performer for the UM Dance Program and Garden City Ballet. She hopes to earn graduate degrees in intellectual and cultural history and theology.
Dusty Keim is a senior majoring in English literature and creative writing. She is the recipient of more than 10 different scholarships, as well as the Vigilante Electric Leadership Award, and an inductee into Alpha Lambda Delta, the national honor society for first-year students. She also acts as a peer mentor for the Davidson Honors College first-year seminar and plays with the UM Concert Band. She wants to attend graduate school to become a teacher or professor.
Lexi Klawitter is majoring in human biology for pre-physical therapy. The list of roles she holds includes practical volunteer for the School of Physical Therapy, Intro to Honors volunteer, ASUM senator, UM Concert Band member, intramural volleyball player and more. She has directed and developed The Missoula Monologues project, which opens the dialogue about male victims of sexual assault, and she hopes to start a grassroots movement.
Angela Lemire is majoring in biology. A certified nursing assistant and emergency medical technician, a few of the places she has worked include the World Affairs Council of Montana, the Children’s Aid Society in New York, Women for Women International in Washington D.C., Men Can Stop Rape in D.C., and Southern France International School. She plans to attend physician assistant graduate school and work both nationally and internationally.
Hannah Pepprock is a senior majoring in anthropology. As founder and president of UM’s Mental Health Allies, she established a scholarship to offer financial assistance to students who seek counseling. She serves in multiple leadership roles for the Pi Chapter of Delta Gamma, as well as on the Student Advisory Council for the Davidson Honors College. She plans to earn her master’s degree in public health, concentrating on community health and prevention services.
Daisy Ward is a junior majoring in political science and Spanish, as well as working toward a big data analytics certificate and global leadership. She has worked as an ASUM senator, member of the Student Political Action committee and an RA in the Honors Living Learning Committee, as well as an intern for Sen. Jon Tester’s Missoula office. She will use her Spanish-speaking skills during an internship in Barcelona next summer.