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Zayn Karim, an undergraduate student studying secondary math education with a license addition to teach computer science, has been awarded the Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis Scholarship from Indiana University.

The Holmes Scholars Program provides a supportive environment to doctoral students traditionally underrepresented in higher education. This year’s cohort includes eleven students from around the country, with around 26 total students in the program.

Thanks to funding from two anonymous foundations and the IU Center for Rural Engagement, the Educating for Environmental Change project will continue to extend and expand their award-winning K-12 teacher professional development programs.

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