The award celebrates exceptional faculty advisors who continually dedicate their time, energy, and wisdom to CSU graduate students. Faculty award recipients were honored at the Faculty Council Meeting in May.
Passion, generosity, and diligence create a great recipe for success. This recipe closely resembles the life path of Theresa Barosh, a 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship recipient and a second-year PhD student in the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management at Colorado State University.
Designed to support graduate students at CSU who excel academically and contribute to the education of underrepresented students, the scholarship is awarded to only one CSU student each year and consists of tuition coverage for one year and $9,000.
“Much of my life I have benefitted from the generosity of others,” said Barosh. “Scholarships and grants allowed me to attend Willamette University as an undergraduate student, as my parents could not afford to put my nine siblings and me through college.”
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