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40 High-Achieving Students with Cystic Fibrosis Receive $100,000 Total in Higher Education Scholarships From SolvayCARES(SM)
Date:9/15/2008

cted by chronic illnesses and those connected to them," said Samantha Pelican Monson, a 2007 SolvayCARES Scholarship recipient and doctoral student at the University of Denver. "With a little creativity, you can overcome any obstacle, health-related or otherwise, and achieve the goals and dreams you have always wished would come true."

This year's SolvayCARES Scholarship program offers a new opportunity with the launch of the Thriving Student Achiever award. This winner will earn a total of $10,000 in scholarship funding and will be determined through an online voting process open to the general public at http://www.SolvayCARESScholarship.com. This site will feature the profiles, winning essays and creative presentations of all Scholarship recipients who choose to be considered for the Thriving Student Achiever award. Friends of the CF community and the general public are encouraged to log on to learn more about these students' remarkable accomplishments and vote for their favorite scholarship recipient. Online voting will be available from September 15 to October 15, at which time the Thriving Student Achiever will be determined.

"At Solvay Pharmaceuticals, we believe that reaching the milestone of graduation signifies tremendous victory for young people with CF and their families, and demonstrates courage and commitment," said Dr. Stephen Hill, president and chief executive officer of Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. "For the sixteenth consecutive year, we are proud to support this deserving and dynamic group of young people in attaining their next academic success. Our hope is that featuring winners' stories online will result in an increased awareness of CF and a heightened appreciation of these students' accomplishments."

Winners of the SolvayCARES Scholarship and Thriving Student Achiever award receive a one-year scholarship for post-secondary study of any kind through an accred
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