Greer's Woodlee selected for Rhodes Scholarship

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Greer’s Rachel Marie Woodlee has been selected for a 2013 Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford University.

Woodlee, a senior majoring in business economics and Chinese language, she’s fluent in Mandarin, and culture, was announced Saturday as one of 32 American students selected as 2013 Rhodes Scholars. The award pays all expenses, valued at $50,000 a year, for up to four years of study at the university in England.

Woodlee has traveled in China, lived with a family in Tibet and studied in Peru and India. She will study M. Phil. in modern Chinese studies at Oxford.

She is captain of the volleyball team, a Phi Beta Kappa member and a graduate of Mauldin High School. She is the daughter of Timothy and Joan Woodlee of Greer.

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