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Continuing education through summer research

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Scholarships awarded to MaryAnn Mason allowed her to pursue a masters degree in Biology. "I have a mortgage payment, electric payments. Alleviating that day to day stress of how am I going to pay my bills, but also reach my academic goals is a really awesome thing that they were able to help me get through this summer."

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At the intersection of science and art

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Scholarships awarded to Elizabeth Hahn allowed her to pursue her two unique passions; a career in the health professions, and music.

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Fredonia success story: Keah Brown

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Keah Brown’s fate was sealed as a teenager when she got lost; in words, in characters, and in stories.

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Fredonia success story: Shaun Nelms, Ed.D.

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN When you’re a first-generation college student, there’s really no way to know what’s just ahead.

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University Police swing into action to help Criminal Justice students

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN A home run isn't part of golf, but that pretty much describes the long ball that University Police (UP) launched over the fence when they established the University Police Scholarship for Criminal Justice.

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Art scholarship links today’s students with beloved 2001 graduate

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Rodney (Rod) Welling Jr. had a strong influence in the Visual Arts community in the Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center. Though a Graphic Design major, he was passionate about all the arts and was particularly well known for painting and music.

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Scholarship recipient says award was major factor in choosing Fredonia

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN With strong academic credentials at a private high school in Rochester, N.Y., Charlotte Passero had considerable latitude to choose a college or university. But it took only one campus visit, an informal meeting with a School of Business professor and a Keeper of the Dream Scholarship to make Fredonia her first choice.

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Setting the pace for young women with dreams

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN It seemed only fitting to name the first recipient of a LaceLocker Scholarship, funded by an endowment created by Carol “Stash” Stanley, at the Ruterbusch 5K run during the 2017 Homecoming weekend.

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