In Funding Per Scholar from the Beckman Foundation
Additional Scholar Support from KU
The Beckman Scholars stipend will support two students to perform part-time and full-time research in the Departments of Chemistry or Molecular Biosciences.
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LAWRENCE — University of Kansas students Claire Dopp and Sarah Noga have been selected to participate in the 2021 Beckman Scholars Program.
LAWRENCE — University of Kansas students Anton Barybin, of Lawrence, and Emily Hughes, of Leawood, have been selected for the Beckman Scholars Program, which supports research by exceptional undergraduates who seek to become leaders in the science field.
KU’s 2016 Beckman Scholars, Kathryn Brewer and Collin Clay, graduated from KU in May 2018 with Bachelor of Science degrees. Kathryn graduated with Departmental Honors and both graduates earned Outstanding Graduating Senior awards.
Collin Clay and Zachary Wood attended the 254th ACS National Meeting and Exposition, "Chemistry's Impact on the Global Economy" in Washington, D.C August 20-24. Both presented posters featuring their research projects, representing the University of Kansas Beckman Scholars and t