Senior UF veterinary student
receives scholarship

Bo Rainbow was one of only eight veterinary students nationwide to receive the Markel/AAEP Foundation scholarship.

Bo Rainbow, a senior student at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has received a $2,500 scholarship from the Markel Insurance company and the Association of American Veterinary Practitioners Foundation.

Rainbow is one of eight individuals to be honored with the scholarship, which supports exceptional fourth-year veterinary students who have proven themselves to be leaders at their veterinary schools, advocates for equine welfare, academic achievers and who have committed to careers in equine veterinary medicine.

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