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6 Students Receive Noble Educational Fund Scholarships

The Noble Educational Fund Scholarship Program is sponsored by The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation for eligible dependents of full-time employees of Noble entities.

Posted April 21, 2021

The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation announced the 2021 recipients of the Noble Educational Fund Scholarships, awarding $120,000 in scholarships to students.

The Noble Educational Fund Scholarship Program is a merit-based, competitive scholarship program sponsored by The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation for eligible dependents of full-time employees of Noble entities. The scholarship is open to students seeking an undergraduate education at institutions of higher learning or post-high-school training at vocational technical training institutions. Students may apply as high school seniors or at any point during their postsecondary education.

The 2021 Noble Educational Fund Scholarship recipients are:

  • Lindy Gou, the child of Weihong Dong with Noble Research Institute, LLC. Lindy will be a freshman at University of Oklahoma, majoring in English.
  • Eathan Newman, the child of Todd Newman with Noble Research Institute, LLC. Eathan will be a freshman at University of Oklahoma, majoring in biochemistry, pre-med track.
  • Daniel Osayi, the child of Irene Osayi with Noble Corporation. Daniel will be a sophomore at University of Houston, majoring in biology.
  • Rachel Tan, the child of Tao Guan with Noble Corporation. Rachel will be a freshman at University of Texas at Austin, majoring in computer science.
  • Garrett Trett, the child of Ronald Trett with Noble Research Institute, LLC. Garrett will be a freshman at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, majoring in political science.
  • Jennifer Wen, the child of Jiangqi Wen with Noble Research Institute, LLC. Jennifer will be a freshman at Emory University, majoring in biology.

The scholarship amount is $2,500 per semester ($5,000 per academic year) for up to four years, totaling up to $20,000 over the course of a student's undergraduate career. The cumulative amount varies, depending upon the student's classification when awarded the scholarship.

Additional information about the Noble Educational Fund Scholarship is available online at www.noblefoundation.org/scholarships or by calling 580-224-6213.

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