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MSU’s Carew speaks to Rotary about Rural Medical Scholars

August 5, 2014

Bonnie Carew, director of the Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Rural Medical Scholars program, discusses the program and its work with Starkville Rotary Club Monday. (Photo by Steven Nalley, SDN)

It may happen during the summer, and it may bring high school students to campus, but Bonnie Carew doesn’t want anyone to refer to the Rural Medical Scholars program she directs at Mississippi State University as a summer camp.

“(These high school students) take seven college credits in a five-week term,” Carew said. “It can be a really heavy load. They are actually admitted to MSU under the special program for academically talented students. I don’t have a camp. I have college students.”

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