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Royal Scholars Program Created

Royal Scholars Program Created

Over the next five years, a new STEM program will provide scholarships to University students studying science, technology, engineering or math, who have demonstrated academic achievement and a need for financial assistance. The new Royal Scholars Program also supports student and faculty mentorships, internship and research opportunities for the students, as well as additional enrichment programs such as a weeklong summer workshop.

The scholars will participate in a common first-year seminar on science and society and in common sections of STEM introductory classes for those in the same major, as well as extracurricular activities, all designed to build community within the cohort.

The program is a result of a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant awarded to Janice Voltzow, Ph.D., a Scranton biology professor, and the University for “Transforming STEM in Northeastern Pennsylvania.”

Read the original press release, here.

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