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Graduate students receive KU Graduate Student Research Competition awards

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

KU graduate students Melissa Brunkan and Jeremy Manternach both won awards in the Humanities and Fine Arts division of the KU Graduate Student Research Competition. Melissa won first place and Jeremy third place. Both are PhD students in choral pedagogy and were recognized with checks and certificates on Tuesday, April 27. Congrats to Melissa and Jeremy!

 



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