Slaby awarded new scholarshipThe Tri-College University Vaccinology program has awarded the first ever Vaccinology Scholarship to eight students who enrolled in the newly established program.
The Tri-College University Vaccinology program has awarded the first ever Vaccinology Scholarship to eight students who enrolled in the newly established program. In the fall of 2011, Tri-College University partners Concordia College, Minnesota State University Moorhead and North Dakota State University, in collaboration with the Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation and Sanford Health, launched a first-in-the-nation undergraduate academic minor in vaccinology. The following student is among the eight selected as worthy recipients who show promise in contributing to the field of vaccine research, production, or in the biological and medical industries:
Molly Slaby is a first-year pharmacy student from James-town, majoring in pharmacy with a minor in vaccinology.
This program and the scholarships are made possible by many contributors, including: Sanford Medical Center Fargo, Forum Communications, Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation, US Bank, Xcel Energy Corporation and the Tri-College University collaborative grant program.
The mission of Tri-College University is to assist Concordia College, Minnesota State University Moorhead, and North Dakota State University by promoting cooperative efforts that will enrich the academic environment for the benefit of students, faculty and the community.