Montana State University’s Katy Hansen plans to use Rhodes Scholarship to study water policy in the world’s neediest areas

Katy Hansen of Bozeman, a graduate student in engineering at MSU, was one of 32 American students who won a prestigious 2011 Rhodes Scholarship. Hansen will use the scholarship to study water policy and management at Oxford University.

Katy Hansen, whose long-held desire to serve gained focus when she became involved with the efforts of Montana State University’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders, will have the opportunity to impact water policy on a grander scale as a result of her selection as a recipient of a 2011 Rhodes Scholarship, arguably the most prestigious scholarship in the world.

By Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service

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