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APSU math student earns prestigious summer scholarship

A mathematics major from APSU has been awarded a prestigious summer scholarship.

Amber DeMore has received a Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship. According to Dr. Larry Hoehn, chair and professor of mathematics at APSU, only about 1 percent of applicants are accepted to the program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation.

DeMore will spend two months studying a research topic in mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. She will receive $3,000, plus room and board.
A mathematics major from APSU has been awarded a prestigious summer scholarship.

Amber DeMore has received a Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship. According to Dr. Larry Hoehn, chair and professor of mathematics at APSU, only about 1 percent of applicants are accepted to the program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation.

DeMore will spend two months studying a research topic in mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. She will receive $3,000, plus room and board.

The daughter of Alisha and Fred Leimer of Cumberland Furnace, DeMore has a 4.0 GPA and is president of the Mathematics Club. She also is a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honor society. Next year, she will serve as president of three clubs: Tri Lambda, Galois Mathematics Club and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society.

For more information, telephone Hoehn at (931) 221-7971.
—Rebecca Mackey