2022 Denver Area Panhellenic Scholarship
Each year, the Denver Area Panhellenic provides scholarship funds to deserving sorority women. This scholarship is awarded annually to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, volunteerism, and meaningful participation in sorority activities.
This year we had a competitive and large applicant pool resulting in 48 applications across 17 schools and 13 NPC groups. Congratulations to the scholarship recipients for 2022:
- Miranda Zuvich, Kappa Delta: Miranda is pursuing a degree in Animal Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, in which she maintains a 4.0 GPA. She is the recipient of 4 different awards/scholarships due to her outstanding academic record and participation in her department. Additionally, she is a Data Analyst for the Center for Breeding and Genetic Improvement. Miranda has served her chapter as Parliamentarian, a freshman Standards Board representative, and one and a half terms as Vice President-Standards. Going into the Vice President-Standards role, Miranda knew she wanted to focus on shifting perception of the role and its purpose in the chapter from “the bad guy” to “the support system,” which proved critical at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Outside of Greek Life, Miranda has served the CSU Logging Sports club as both Financial Officer and President. As a scholarship recipient, Miranda is grateful to be able to save some additional money for her graduate school endeavor in the coming year and a half.
- Callie Christiansen, Delta Delta Delta: Callie is a pursuing a degree in Business Administration at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder, with a dual emphasis in Strategy & Entrepreneurship and Marketing. Outside of academics, Callie has served her chapter as the Vice President Member Experience and Secretary. She has also served on her chapter’s selection (slating) committee for three years to help pick the next generation of Tri Delta leaders. Callie is actively involved in her campus community outside of Greek Life as well – she is a Daniel’s Fund Initiative Ambassador and a Peer2Peer Mentor. Finally, Callie maintains both an internship with Leeds School of Business and a barista position at Starbucks. As a scholarship recipient, Callie is looking forward to feeling some relief from the financial burdens of school expenses so she can continue to serve her campus and chapter as she is solely responsible for her education expenses.