Fourth-year veterinary student receives new Aurora Pharmaceutical scholarship
Monday, Oct. 4, 2021
MANHATTAN — Kansas State University's Colton Hull, a fourth-year veterinary student in the College of Veterinary Medicine, has joined a nationwide group of veterinary students receiving a brand-new scholarship: the inaugural Aurora Pharmaceutical D.V.M. Student Scholarship from Aurora Pharmaceutical.
Hull, from Woodston, received a $2,500 scholarship, which will help cover costs associated with obtaining his degree.
"On behalf of Aurora, I want to extend my congratulations to Colton," said Mike Strobel, a veterinarian and CEO and founder of Aurora Pharmaceutical. "We look forward to continuing to grow this program in the years ahead to show our support to the next generation of D.V.M. professionals."
"I am extremely grateful to Aurora Pharmaceutical for this generous scholarship," Hull said. "I plan to join a mixed-animal veterinary practice in Kansas after graduation, and this scholarship helps bring me closer to that goal. It is great to see companies actively investing in the futures of veterinary students, and I am very thankful to have been selected as a recipient of one of their scholarships."
In all, the program awarded $50,000 in scholarships, including 10 $2,500 scholarships, three $5,000 scholarships and one $10,000 scholarship.
Aurora Pharmaceutical is a veterinary pharmaceutical product development and manufacturing company headquartered in Northfield, Minnesota.