Abrelia C. Hinckley Graduate Scholarship

Amount: $3,500

Abrelia Clarissa Hinckley was a remarkable person who led by example and served her country well. This Abrelia C. Hinckley Graduate Scholarship was established to encourage students to follow her example of public service and political involvement.


One $3,500 scholarship will be awarded to a female graduate student who has significant experience in community involvement and commitment to a career in public service.

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If you have specific questions, contact the Hinckley Institute at 581-8501 for additional information.

Previous Recipients

2018: Brianne Aglaure

2017: Rebecca Rasmussen

2016: Andrea Soleta

2015: Elizabeth Thomas

2014: Anna Solomon

2013: Ellesse S. Balli

2011: Gina Seastrand

2010: Nancy Vu

2009: Breanne Miller

2008: Daisy Krakowiak

2007: Jessica Andrews

2006: Megan Anderson

2005: Courtney McBeth

2003: Amy Noel Gibbons

2002: Julie Jensen Nelson

2002: Amy Sanchez

2001: Grace Taylor

2000: Emily Kaye Macdonald Merchant

1999: Helen Langan

1999: Jean Ashby

1999: Jennifer Lynn Robinson

1998: Kellie Daniels

1998: Heather Cornaby

1997: Adrianne Goldsmith

1996: Xanthe Larsen

1995: Lindy Clarissa Ward

1993: Jennifer Beer

1992: Bridget Hintze

1991: Georgia Yardley

1991: Heidi Sorenson

1990: Jaqualin Friend

1986: Sherilee Scoffeild

1985: Mirium Onyeabor

1984: Patricia Geary

1983: Allison Sadre

1983: Renee Morita

1982: Susan Gorey Deisley

1982: Jodi Kay Knobel

1982: Kelly Vance

1982: Laverne Snow

1981: Lisa Michelle Hunt Church

1980: Jill Etterlein Carter

1979: Kathleen Flake

1978: Suzanne Marelius

1977: Joan Draper

1976: Beth Jarman

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The Hinckley Institute of Politics has opened doors to successful careers in the public and private sectors for over 7,500 former interns and scholarship winners. Help provide opportunities to current students by giving back to the Hinckley Institute.