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Oppy scholarship winners announced

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Eleven college-bound high school students from Northern New Mexico have been selected for scholarships administered by the J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Committee.
The students are from Los Alamos, Pojoaque Valley and Santa Fe high schools.
The JROMC has awarded nearly 180 scholarships and other awards totaling more than $359,000 since the program was begun in 1984.
This year’s selected students are:
Los Alamos High School
Alexandr Wang: J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Scholarship supported by the committee, awarded to a student for outstanding promise in science and mathematics.
Jing Xie: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship in Memory of Mary and Harold Argo, awarded to a young woman for outstanding promise in the arts or sciences.
Ju Hyun Lee: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship funded by the Los Alamos National Bank, awarded for exceptional promise of future contributions to society.
Charles Mielke: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship supported by the committee, awarded for unusual qualities of creativity and scholarship.
Daniel Ahrens: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship in Memory of Juliamarie Langham Grilly, awarded to a resident of Los Alamos County for outstanding promise in the arts or sciences.
Colin Hemez: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship in Memory of Nicholas C. Metropolis, awarded to a student for outstanding promise in the mathematical sciences.
Pojoaque Valley
Leticia Gomez: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship in memory of Norris E. Bradbury, awarded for exceptional promise of future contributions to society.
Santa Fe High School
Eliana Otero-Bell: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship funded by the Los Alamos National Bank, awarded for exceptional promise of future contributions to society.
Greta A. Miller: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship in Memory of Nicholas C. Metropolis, awarded to a student for outstanding promise in the mathematical sciences.
Zachary Grand: J. Robert Oppenheimer Committee Scholarship supported by the committee, awarded for creativity and excellence in academics.
Capital High School
Anthony Garcia: J. Robert Oppenheimer Scholarship supported by the committee, awarded for outstanding promise in science, mathematics, and technology.