Cancer Research Students Win Goldwater Scholarship & Honorable Mention
Friday April 6, 2012
Cancer research is a common factor for both Kansas State University students recognized by the 2012 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship competition.
Angela Grommet, junior in chemistry, Wichita, is the university’s 68th Goldwater scholar, and Sterling Braun, junior in premedicine and microbiology, Fort Scott, is an honorable mention in the scholarship competition.
Kansas State University ranks first in the nation among all public schools in total Goldwater scholarships since the program began in 1989. Overall, Kansas State University is tied with Duke University for third place behind Princeton and Harvard in total Goldwater scholars.
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