Incoming criminology graduate student Maria Ramirez has been selected as a recipient of a two-year scholarship from the Kosove Society at USF. Ramirez was selected as the sole graduate student to receive the scholarship. Her tuition, fees, and textbooks are covered, in addition to a stipend for housing. The scholarship also provides funding to cover academic conference travel support, research internships, and study-abroad experiences.
Criminology student receives Kosove scholarship
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