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December 18, 2014

Oxford grad receives science scholarship

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Posted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 4:13 pm

Mileena B. Arensmeyer (center), a 2014 Oxford High School honors graduate, is surrounded by other scholarship award winners and Southern Automotive women’s forum officers following an honors luncheon in Nashville, Tenn., recently. Arensmeyer, the daughter of Jeff and Marianne Arensmeyer, is enrolled at the University of Alabama to study chemical engineering. Arensmeyer is the recipient of the first Connie Malace Scholarship, one of a variety of scholarships sponsored through the SAWF for female students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math fields (STEM).

Mileena B. Arensmeyer, a 2014 Oxford High School graduate who graduated near the top of her class, July 25 received the first Connie Malace scholarship at the Southern Automotive Women’s forum honors dinner in Nashville, Tenn. The $3,000 scholarship is named in honor of a Malace HR partner and co-founder.

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