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Four Weinberg College students win STEM scholarships

The four are among six awarded by The Alumnae of Northwestern University

Four Weinberg College juniors have been selected by The Alumnae of Northwestern University to receive 2019-2020 Alumnae of Northwestern University STEM scholarships.

The four are among six at Northwestern to receive this year’s awards, which are given to students who excel in a STEM major — science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

“Our members are proud to support these talented and hard-working students pursuing STEM careers in diverse fields, allowing them to continue their studies, do research, and actively participate in campus life,” said Jane Dampts, the 2019-2020 chair of The Alumnae’s STEM Fellowship Committee.

The goal of the scholarship program, which began in 2010, is to free students from work commitments so that they can more vigorously pursue their chosen area of study and other university endeavors. Students are selected on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

The four Weinberg College recipients include:

The other Northwestern recipients include:

The Alumnae of Northwestern University is an all-volunteer organization of women that raises funds for a wide range of projects to benefit the University while sharing the University’s academic resources with the community through its Continuing Education program, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year.  Founded in 1916, The Alumnae has given more than $8.5 million to the University in the form of grants, fellowships, scholarships, endowed professorships, funding for university projects and summer internships. For more information, visit The Alumnae.


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