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Another award for Furman student

Matthew Correnti

Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness has announced that Furman student Matthew Correnti is the recipient of the organization’s annual Robert Maher Scholarship. The $5,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a college student in South Carolina or Georgia who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the nuclear science or engineering fields. The Aiken (S.C.) Standard reported on the scholarship awarded by Savannah River Remediation.

Correnti, a senior from Springfield, Pa., is a triple-major in chemistry, physics and mathematics at Furman. He is a Lay Scholar and Beckman Scholar, and was awarded a 2012 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the most prestigious undergraduate award for math and science.

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