WJA Awards $22,000 in 2005 Student Scholarships

The Women’s Jewelry Association has awarded $22,000 in student scholarships to 12 jewelry students in 2005. The annual awards are based on slides of three finished pieces submitted by each student, who must be enrolled in a jewelry or watch design study program in the United States. Additionally, two references were required from either teachers or gallery/store owners who are familiar with the student and her work. WJA’s top student scholarship, the June Herman Scholarship, was awarded to Gail Ralston in the sum of $5,000. Ralston, who graduated magna cum laude from Southwest Missouri State University in 2002, is working on her MFA in metalsmithing and jewelry design at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Winners of $3,000 scholarships are Tara Dominguez Magboo and Hye Jung Sin. Magboo is pursuing graduate studies in jewelry and metalsmithing at San Diego State University. Sin

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