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Phillips University Legacy Scholar Program - Scholar Spotlight

Ms. Cara Haymaker

Drury University

2002-2005

PhD in Immunology, University of Missouri Post Doctoral Fellow working in Melanoma Clinical Trial Research at MD Anderson Cancer Center

 

The PULF Scholarship meant a great deal to me. My mother was active at Phillips and this was a nice way to connect with her college experience. I had always planned on attending Phillips for undergrad and this was the next best thing. The monetary support also made my undergraduate experience less tense as money was less of a concern. It allowed me to study abroad for a semester in London, an unforgettable experience.

 


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