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March 26, 2013

U of L on board with Rogers Scholars program

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Delaney Stephens, who coordinates Rogers Scholars and The Center's other two youth programs, said the commitment from the University of Louisville represents a significant investment in the region's next generation of future leaders and entrepreneurs.
"Not only does the University of Louisville recognize the importance of keeping the best and brightest students in the commonwealth, but the university is providing an excellent opportunity to Rogers Scholars graduates by offering this scholarship award," said Stephens. "The Center is proud to have the University of Louisville as a partner university for the Rogers Scholars program."
Since 1998, approximately 872 high school students have graduated from Rogers Scholars, and potential scholarships valued at more than $7.2 million have been offered from 18 participating partner colleges and universities.

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