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KBOIBSU student raises over $100,000 for a scholarship following Yenor controversyBoise State student Ally Orr was horrified after hearing the comments made by BSU professor Scott Yenor who said men should be prioritized….2 days ago

KBOIBSU student raises over $100,000 for a scholarship following Yenor
controversyBoise State student Ally Orr was horrified after hearing the comments made
by BSU professor Scott Yenor who said men should be prioritized….2 days ago… Read More

IU student Elvin Irihamye to head to Oxford University on scholarship

Elvin Irihamye’s journey has taken him to many places. Kentucky. The Pacific Northwest. China. Bloomington.

Come October, the Indiana University student will start another chapter of his life at Oxford University in the United Kingdom as part of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship program.

Since its establishment at the start of the 20th century, the scholarship has paid to send promising students from around the world to study at the renowned university in England.

More than 2,300 students applied for the American scholarships this time, according to a Rhodes Trust press release. Of those, 826 students received the endorsement

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Student raises more than $70K to start women’s scholarship in response to professor’s viral remarks

A student at Boise State University in Idaho has raised more than $70,000 to begin a scholarship program for women in engineering, law and medicine in response to one of the university’s professor’s saying women shouldn’t be recruited in those fields. 

Ally Orr, a senior, created a GoFundMe to fund and establish the Women in STEM, Medicine and Law Scholarship at Boise State University, which will be awarded annually to a woman studying in these fields beginning this fall. 

“I never want a girl to look online and say, ‘Oh look, a professor who teaches in higher education says I

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Student raises over $70K for scholarship for women after professor’s viral comments


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Schreyer Establishes Scholarship To Honor Student Who Died From COVID-19

Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College has established the Neil C. Patel Memorial Changemaker Honors Scholarship in memory of a student who died from COVID-19-related complications earlier this year.

The scholarship serves a tribute to Patel and a way to encourage students who share his commitment to family, community, education, and opportunity. The endowment will provide annual awards for Schreyer students who exemplify Patel’s dedication and passion.

“When Neil passed away, we lost a member of the Schreyer family,” Schreyer Honors College Dean Patrick Mather said. “Neil impacted so many of his fellow students during his years on our campus. Through

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East High graduate and UW-Madison student selected for prestigious Marshall Scholarship | Higher education






Lydia Nyachieo, who grew up in Madison, will begin a master’s degree program next year in the United Kingdom as a winner of a prestigious Marshall Scholarship. She will graduate from UW-Madison in May.




UW-Madison student Lydia Nyachieo applied to study abroad in the spring 2021 semester. COVID-19, of course, canceled those plans.

The Madison native will, however, be headed overseas in 2022. She was named on Monday a winner of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, which is awarded to just a couple of dozen American students each year to attend graduate school in the United Kingdom.

Nyachieo,

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Meet The Scholarship Doctor Working To Cure America’s Student Debt Problem

The average college student graduates with about $30,000 in student debt. That’s a massive number for new graduates to repay, especially with high interest rates causing the debt to grow month after month. For low-income students, the expense of college and the prospect of these huge debts can be a barrier to college education. But Rhea Watson is working hard to help more students attend college for free and graduate without debt. 

Also known as the Scholarship Doctor, Watson has built a business on coaching people from “zero to ninety-nine”

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Undergraduate student becomes USF’s first Rhodes Scholarship finalist

Alexander Mercier was six years old when his mother began to suffer from a painful
illness that initially stumped her doctors. After three years, she was diagnosed with
Lyme disease, a likelihood initially dismissed because it is uncommon in his home
state of California and throughout the western U.S.

The experience triggered in Mercier an interest in epidemiology, the study of disease,
and eventually led him to focus some of his most prominent research at USF on preparing
for the next pandemic.

His innate curiosity, combined with his outstanding record of academic achievement
and a well-rounded list of interests that

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IU Student Receives Black Talent in Design & Fashion Scholarship

During her freshman year at Immaculata University, fashion merchandising major Jaliece Horn ’24 was the recipient of the Black Talent in Design and Fashion Fund Scholarship. Horn was awarded a $500 scholarship by the Black Talent in Design and Fashion Fund (BTDF), a scholarship and mentorship program founded by Nike designer Alicia Pinckney. BTDF offers assistance to Black students in design and fashion programs to combat the lack of representation in these industries.

The Black Talent in Design and Fashion Fund Scholarship awards full-time undergraduate design and fashion majors with a $500 scholarship and mentorship opportunities with industry professionals. Students

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