Student Creates Scholarship to Defy Sexist Professor

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The Women in STEM, Medicine and Law Scholarship at Boise State will provide scholarship money annually to one female student starting this fall. Ally Orr started raising money for the scholarship in early December and sent over 600 emails to professors, faculty and staff with the fundraiser link. The scholarship is endowed and will be awarded in perpetuity each academic year.
5 months ago

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Student Creates Scholarship to Defy Sexist Professor

After a political science professor from Boise State University made a speech suggesting that women don’t belong in engineering, medicine or law, a student from Boise State raised over $70,000 to create a scholarship for women studying those fields, Good Morning America reported. The Women in STEM, Medicine and Law Scholarship at Boise State will provide scholarship money annually to one female student starting this fall. Ally Orr, the Boise Sta…

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