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Graduate student, alumnus named 1993 Luce Scholars
STANFORD -- A Stanford University graduate student and a Stanford alumnus are among 18 winners nationally in the 1993 Luce Scholars competition.
They are James Roberts, a master's student in industrial engineering, and John Crandon, who received his bachelor's degree in political science and biological sciences from Stanford in 1989. Crandon is currently project coordinator at the International AIDS Center/Global AIDS Policy Coalition at Howard University.
Launched in 1974, the Luce Scholars Program is designed to provide an awareness of Asia among potential leaders in American society. Luce Scholars receive stipends and participate in ten-month Asian internships related to their interests.
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