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CC wins $60,000 grant for student research

Colorado College has received a three-year, $60,000 grant to support summer stipends for students conducting interdisciplinary research. The grant, from the Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program, will enable 18 students over three summers to pursue research in biology and chemistry. Nate Bower, professor of chemistry; Marc Snyder, associate professor of biology; Murphy Brasuel, assistant professor of chemistry; Margaret Daugherty, assistant professor of chemistry; Phoebe Lostroh, assistant professor of biology; and Nancy Huang, assistant professor of biology, were listed as the collaborators within the proposal, with Bower heading the proposal. The 2009 grant competition is the last year of the Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program, which began in 1994. The grant term ends in 2011.

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