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Madison Kolbow

Student at Hamline University majoring in Biochemistry
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Madison Kolbow Earns Dean's List Honors for Fall 2019

Madison Kolbow was one of 679 students named to Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts Dean's List. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher and maintain a full course load.

January, 21 2020 - Verified by Hamline University
Madison Kolbow Earns Dean's List Honors for Spring 2019

Madison Kolbow was named to Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts Dean's List. Kolbow is majoring in Biochemistry and is a member of the class of 2021. Kolbow was among more than 552 stude...

June, 13 2019 - Verified by Hamline University
Kolbow Recognized for Academic and Athletic Achievement by NCAA

Madison Kolbow, a Hamline University sophomore, received the NCAA's Elite 90 award for Division III Women's Hockey. The Forest Lake, Minn. native, carries a 3.95 cumulative GPA and she is majoring ...

March, 29 2019 - Verified by Hamline University
Madison Kolbow Nabs MIAC Elite 22 Award

Congratulations to Madison Kolbow, a Hamline Women's Hockey player from Forest Lake, on her Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Elite 22 Award. Modeled after the NCAA Elite 90 Awa...

March, 07 2019 - Verified by Hamline University
Madison Kolbow was recognized for earning a scholarship
Batchelder Memorial Scholarship - Established in 1927 by Mrs. Fanny Batchelder in memory of her husband, Dr. Loren Batchelder, professor of chemistry from 1889-1924. Income is awarded to a student who has completed two years in the chemistry department and will continue further work in that department. NO LIVING DONORS.
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Madison Kolbow was recognized for earning an academic award
Beggs Chemistry Scholarship - This fund was created in 2007 through a $2.5 million bequest from Carol V. Beggs, a 1966 Hamline graduate and chemistry major. Carol lost a difficult battle to ovarian cancer at the age of 62, and her dying wish was that a Hamline graduate will someday find a cure for the disease. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships for junior and senior chemistry majors based on merit and financial need, and to purchase equipment for the science labs, and support student-led research opportunities.
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