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Mrs. Rudolph

Burrell High School teacher Catherine Rudolph helped Leandra Nealer, a freshman at the University of Chicago, discover her passion for chemistry.
So, when the university sent Nealer an e-mail about its Outstanding Educator Award that recognizes teachers who have inspired, challenged, and helped students, the Burrell High School graduate immediately thought of her former AP chemistry teacher.

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