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A number of Salt Lake-area students have been awarded scholarships by various organizations.

- A student from Salt Lake City won a $1,500 scholarship from the University of Utah Graduate School of Education in recognition for superior academic credentials and leadership.Glennys Sabuco received the Michael Foundation Scholarship for working with a young girl with severe communication disorders as part of a required field experience in the education program.

Sabuco, candidate for a master's degree in education, created a teaching plan which included the student, her family, teachers and language advisers.

- Utah State University officials have awarded 11 University Club Scholarships, including one to a Salt Lake student.

Hoyt J. Heaton, son of Bruce J. and Carol W. Heaton, is the Salt Lake recipient. He is a National Merit Scholar and member of the National Honor Society. He has maintained a 3.996 GPA since 1986.

The four-year awards are the most prestigious offered by USU. Scholars receive tuition, fees and $700 each year which amounts to a $10,000 stipend for Utah winners and a $20,000 stipend for non-residents. Students will be named during a fall awards presentation.

Some 450 students with grade-point averages of 3.8 or above and ACT scores of 27 or higher from 10 states visited campus and took the tests.

- The Salt Lake Chapter of the Women's Council of Realtors has awarded six $250 scholarships to women in Utah to be used for continuing education.

The two Awards of Excellence scholarships went to Gaye Peddycoart of Eager and Company and Lee Phipps of Lane Realty. The Anti-Burnout scholarship was awarded to Margene Wrigley of Mansell and Associates. The Affiliate scholarship was given to Cindy Borg, who is an escrow officer at United Title Services. Sylvia Schmidt, broker of S.A. Enterprises, received the Broker/Manager scholarship. The Rookie scholarship was awarded to Diane Matthews of Wardley Better Homes and Gardens.