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Ten Students Selected for National Science Foundation STEM Grants at St. Norbert College

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From St. Norbert College, May 20, 2021
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

Ten students received National Science Foundation S-STEM grants beginning in the fall of 2021. The scholars will participate in the program for the duration of their time as STEM majors at St. Norbert College.

A competitive program funded by the National Science Foundation, the grant provides significant financial, academic and programmatic support for talented students pursuing majors in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).

In addition to scholarship support, students are able to benefit from a living-learning community specific to S-STEM Scholars, an early arrival program and orientation, academic peer and faculty mentoring, fully funded summer research or internship experiences, and funding for travel to STEM academic conferences.

The following students were selected for the National Science Foundation grant in 2021:

Lillian Grace Frederickson-Thomas, Kimberly, Wis.

Nick Goettl, West Bend, Wis.

Macey Goodrich, Green Bay, Wis.

Maxmilian Larson, Edgar, Wis.

Colton Lemanski, Wausau, Wis.

Sara Nabih, Milwaukee

John Olson, Phillipsburg, N.J.

Kyle Ruhland, De Pere, Wis.

Quinn Russell, Colfax, Wis.

Erin Swanson, Kiel, Wis.

The National Science Foundation approved funding two cohorts of students. This year’s cohort is the second.

The National Science Foundation S-STEM grant is intended for students with financial need to pursue majors in STEM fields. The selected students are academically talented and have demonstrated exceptional aptitude and a well-developed interest in the sciences.

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