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Freeman A. Hrabowski III

Freeman Alphonsa Hrabowski III (born August 13, 1950) is a prominent American educator, advocate, and mathematician. In May 1992 he began his term as president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), one of the twelve public universities comprising the Maryland university system. Hrabowski has transformed a no-name, commuter university into a research institution recognized as one of the most innovative in the country. His administration continues to build a campus that’s first-rate in research and instruction, and that prepares students of all backgrounds for career success. Under his adept leadership, UMBC has been ranked the #1 Up and Coming University in the USA for six consecutive years (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014) by U.S. News and World Report magazine.

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The Meyerhoff Scholars program is a scholarship/program that is at UMBC. You can apply by being recommended by a counselor, teacher, or other prominent figure in your life. Scholarships can be up to $22,000 annually. This is for people who are interested in pursuing PhD or PhD/MD programs after college and want to promote minorities. Find out more at meyerhoff.umbc.edu

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