Madeline GradeArizona State University honors student and engineering major Madeline Grade has been awarded one of the most prominent post-graduate scholarships given to college and university students in the United States.

The Marshall Scholarship enables “young Americans of high ability” to pursue graduate studies at their choice of a leading university in the United Kingdom.

The scholarships fund two to three years of study toward a graduate degree. No more than 40 U.S. students are awarded the scholarships each year–only about 5 percent of the number of students who are nominated by their universities.

Grade (pronounced Grah-dee) is a senior in ASU’s Barrett, The Honors College, and is on course to earn an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering in spring 2012 through the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, one of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

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