Jim Moran Scholars

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The Jim Moran Foundation, in partnership with Florida State University (FSU), annually recognizes two Jim Moran Scholars - African-American high school seniors from South Florida and North Florida who are role models and have received admission to FSU with an identified financial barrier. Both Scholars receive a four-year, needs-based scholarship with funding provided through the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship.


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2018 South Florida Scholar: Jerry Jean-Pierre
College: Engineering
Major: Pre-Computer Engineering

 

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2018 North Florida Scholar: Robel Mechal
College: Arts and Sciences
Major: Biology


 

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2017 South Florida Scholar: Hakeem Hunter
College: Medicine
Major: Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences - Clinical Professions

 

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2017 North Florida Scholar: Jamaica Bell
College: Undergraduate Studies
Major: Management Information Systems


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2016 South Florida Scholar: Dajuan Bowman
College: Undergraduate Studies
Major: Pre-Retail Merchandising and Product Development

 

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2016 North Florida Scholar: Amber Balkcom
College: Medicine
Major: Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences: Clinical Professions


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2015 South Florida Scholar: Gaelle Mardy
College: Arts and Sciences
Major: Psychology

 

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2015 North Florida Scholar: Kaia Little
College: Engineering
Major: Industrial Engineering

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