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COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY NAMES MONFORT SCHOLARS FOR 2008

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University has awarded five outstanding incoming freshmen full scholarships funded by the Monfort Scholars program, which was established in 1999 to furnish annual scholarships to top students entering the university.

The recipients, all from Colorado, are Jennifer Davis of Hotchkiss, Andrea Fasen of Loveland, Nicole “Kryssi” Miller of Littleton, Ross Snyder of Pueblo and Benjamin Sutton of Colorado Springs.

“These promising young scholars have bright futures thanks to the Monfort family and their ongoing support of students at Colorado State University,” said Robin Brown, vice president for Enrollment and Access.

Davis, who graduated from Hotchkiss High School, plans to study biochemistry and pursue a career in research. While in high school, she ran varsity cross-country for four years, serving as team co-captain. She completed her Associate of Arts degree concurrently with her high school graduation. She also works with middle-school students to help them improve their writing skills.

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University has awarded five outstanding incoming freshmen full scholarships funded by the Monfort Scholars program, which was established in 1999 to furnish annual scholarships to top students entering the university.

The recipients, all from Colorado, are Jennifer Davis of Hotchkiss, Andrea Fasen of Loveland, Nicole “Kryssi” Miller of Littleton, Ross Snyder of Pueblo and Benjamin Sutton of Colorado Springs.

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“These promising young scholars have bright futures thanks to the Monfort family and their ongoing support of students at Colorado State University,” said Robin Brown, vice president for Enrollment and Access.

Davis, who graduated from Hotchkiss High School, plans to study biochemistry and pursue a career in research. While in high school, she ran varsity cross-country for four years, serving as team co-captain. She completed her Associate of Arts degree concurrently with her high school graduation. She also works with middle-school students to help them improve their writing skills.

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University has awarded five outstanding incoming freshmen full scholarships funded by the Monfort Scholars program, which was established in 1999 to furnish annual scholarships to top students entering the university.

The recipients, all from Colorado, are Jennifer Davis of Hotchkiss, Andrea Fasen of Loveland, Nicole “Kryssi” Miller of Littleton, Ross Snyder of Pueblo and Benjamin Sutton of Colorado Springs.

“These promising young scholars have bright futures thanks to the Monfort family and their ongoing support of students at Colorado State University,” said Robin Brown, vice president for Enrollment and Access.

Davis, who graduated from Hotchkiss High School, plans to study biochemistry and pursue a career in research. While in high school, she ran varsity cross-country for four years, serving as team co-captain. She completed her Associate of Arts degree concurrently with her high school graduation. She also works with middle-school students to help them improve their writing skills.

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University has awarded five outstanding incoming freshmen full scholarships funded by the Monfort Scholars program, which was established in 1999 to furnish annual scholarships to top students entering the university.

The recipients, all from Colorado, are Jennifer Davis of Hotchkiss, Andrea Fasen of Loveland, Nicole “Kryssi” Miller of Littleton, Ross Snyder of Pueblo and Benjamin Sutton of Colorado Springs.

“These promising young scholars have bright futures thanks to the Monfort family and their ongoing support of students at Colorado State University,” said Robin Brown, vice president for Enrollment and Access.

Davis, who graduated from Hotchkiss High School, plans to study biochemistry and pursue a career in research. While in high school, she ran varsity cross-country for four years, serving as team co-captain. She completed her Associate of Arts degree concurrently with her high school graduation. She also works with middle-school students to help them improve their writing skills.

FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University has awarded five outstanding incoming freshmen full scholarships funded by the Monfort Scholars program, which was established in 1999 to furnish annual scholarships to top students entering the university.

The recipients, all from Colorado, are Jennifer Davis of Hotchkiss, Andrea Fasen of Loveland, Nicole “Kryssi” Miller of Littleton, Ross Snyder of Pueblo and Benjamin Sutton of Colorado Springs.

“These promising young scholars have bright futures thanks to the Monfort family and their ongoing support of students at Colorado State University,” said Robin Brown, vice president for Enrollment and Access.

Davis, who graduated from Hotchkiss High School, plans to study biochemistry and pursue a career in research. While in high school, she ran varsity cross-country for four years, serving as team co-captain. She completed her Associate of Arts degree concurrently with her high school graduation. She also works with middle-school students to help them improve their writing skills.