Meet Today's Brehm Scholars
“I am not only relieved of the financial burden of my education; I am now inspired to give back to my community in the same way Mr. and Mrs. Brehm have.” Malak Bazzi (Fordson ’14, U-M ’18)
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The Brehm Scholars Program
For Fordson students, Oday Dabaja, Jaleel Salhi, and Mariam Abdulghani (all Fordson ’11, U-M ’15), and their families receiving four-year undergraduate scholarships to the University of Michigan was the motivating factor in their decision to come to U-M.
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The University of Michigan
U-M’s focus on interdisciplinary studies allows students to tailor their academic experiences to their career and life goals. As one of the largest public research institutions in the country, Michigan has thousands of exciting projects underway.
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Meet the Donor
“Our nation needs gifted and caring leaders, and the Brehm Scholars Program is designed to help Fordson men and women achieve their full potential in their fields of choice.” Bill Brehm (Fordson ’47, U-M ’50)
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Linda Saab: The First Brehm Scholar
“Though it was hard to leave home, I’ve always had the comfort of knowing I’m still so close to family and friends. I’ve also found an extensive Arab-American and Muslim community in Ann Arbor.” Linda Saab (Fordson ’04, U-M ’08, U-M Medical School ’12)
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