Cook/Imes Distinguished Scholarship
The Cook-Imes Distinguished Scholarship Fund was originally created in 1981 by a gift from Johnie Imes, former chairman of the department of finance after her retirement in 1980. At that time, the funds were used for a distinguished lecture series designed to bring speakers of national and international reputations to the Northwest campus to discuss important current and future issues concerning finance. The funds were eventually transferred to a scholarship fund that is awarded to Northwest students annually.
Scholarships associated with Cook/Imes Distinguished Scholarship