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WSU Senior Vanessa Giramata Recognized as First Schwarzman Distinguished Scholarship Finalist
Media: April Seehafer, Distinguished Scholarships Program director, Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement, 509-335-8239, email@example.com
PULLMAN, Wash.-Washington State University economic sciences and French major Vanessa Giramata, from Rwanda, is the university’s first finalist for the nationally competitive Schwarzman Scholar award, said April Seehafer, director of WSU’s Distinguished Scholarships Program.
The Schwarzman, first presented to U.S. students in 2016, was created to prepare young leaders to respond to the geopolitical landscape of this century, according to its website. Recipients of the award are tapped to pursue a one-year master’s degree … » More …Read Story
WSU’s First Marshall Scholar Kristian Gubsch, Climate Scientist, Bound for U.K. Graduate Studies
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Kristian Gubsch, WSU’s first Marshall Scholar, email@example.com
PULLMAN, Wash.—Washington State University chemical engineering senior Kristian Gubsch is headed in the fall to the United Kingdom’s University of Sheffield as WSU’s first recipient of a Marshall Scholarship for graduate study.
He is one of 46 American students to receive the award nationally for 2020, and is … » More …Read Story