Area Students Receive UCSB Regents' Scholarships

Tuesday, July 22, 2008 - 17:00
Santa Barbara, CA

Thirty-five high school graduates and college transfer students from California, Colorado, and New Mexico will enter UC Santa Barbara this fall as Regents Scholars, the most prestigious honor awarded to incoming students at the university.

The Regents Scholarship Program was established by the Regents of the University of California in 1962. Recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and exceptional promise. The names of the recipients and their educational institutions follow.

UCSB Freshman Regents Scholarship Recipients

Audrey Abeyta
Santa Clara High School

Gabriela Alongi
Desert Vista High School

Cameron Barr
Bella Vista High School

Laura Botzong
Palos Verdes High School

Kenneth Carpenter
Fountain Valley High School

Lucy Darago
Westlake High School

Andrea Econome
Monte Vista High School

Cody Franklin
Carlsbad High School

Abbey Freed
Dos Pueblos High School

Josef Gramespacher
Monterey High School

Evan Gravelle
Camarillo High School

Cheyanne Gustason
Tehachapi High School

Laura Hodge
Archbishop Mitty High School

Caitlin Horn
Righetti High School

Maureen Isaacs
Campolindo High School

Kelsey Judd
Riverside Poly High School

Margaret Knapp
Union Mine High School

Jade Lawrence
Falbrook Union High School

Nils Madsen
College Prep School

Joseph Mazeika
Westlake High School

Lauren Mosley
Royal High School

Megan Petkovic
Pacifica High School

Andrew Schoen
Bosque School, Albuquerque, NM

Nathanial Sheehan
Novato High School

Samantha Sheehan
Piedmont High School

Samuel Smock
Boulder High School, Boulder, CO

Kelly Stitch
Carondelet High School

Aaron Voit
Poway High School

Jonathan Waltman
Amador High School

Andrew Waranis
Cabrillo High School

UCSB Transfer Regents Scholarship Recipients

Nancy Coblenz
Moorpark College

Teresa Jimenez
Berkeley City College

David Ray Meals
West Valley College

Rebecca Roberts
Santa Barbara City College

Helen Pia Walters
Folsom Lake College