ATD 2016 Student Scholarship Winners

Monday, February 1, 2016


ATD John Coné Membership Scholarships: 

Kate Aument; Boise State University (Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning)
Kelly Kuhn; Xavier University (Human Resource Development/Management)
Kevin Collison; Temple University (Adult and Organizational Development)
Elizabeth Aguilar-Barnett; Western Governors University (Instructional Design) 
Melanie Rodriguez; University of New Mexico (Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences)
Sally Koppy; St. Joseph's College (Adult Education)

ATD International Conference & Exposition Scholarship: 


Stephanie Tavarez; Capella University (Training and Development) 

ATD Essential Series Workshop Scholarship: 

Suzanne Wagner; LaSalle University (Instructional Technology Management)

Students in a doctoral, graduate, or undergraduate program are encouraged to apply each fall for the ATD John Coné Membership Scholarship, ATD International Conference & Exposition registration scholarship, and the ATD Essentials Series Workshop scholarship. Applicants should be current students at the time of submitting the application. John W. Coné, former ATD Board Chair, started this scholarship fund to provide students the opportunity to further their professional careers in talent development. There is one online application for all scholarships, which will be posted on the ATD Students webpage on August 15. The deadline to apply is November 14, 2016.

About the Author
Erin Strider is a project manager for ATD supporting chapter services and the higher education community, coordinating activities at ATD’s annual International Conference and Exposition for these groups and managing various projects for chapter leaders, students, faculty, and talent development professionals within a college or university setting. She holds a BS in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University and has experience in association education and program/project management and operational logistics.  
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