Scholarship to Award $7,500 to Science and Engineering Students

The Dan Coiro Scholarship by CengageBrain will award  three students $2,500 to put towards college expenses.
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In May of this year, CengageBrain (www.cengagebrain.com) introduced its national competition, America’s Top TA. College students from across the U.S. were given the opportunity to recognize the teaching assistants (TAs) who have had the greatest impact on their education. After public nominations and voting, Dan Coiro, an Organic Chemistry TA at Rutgers University, won the first ever America’s Top TA Competition. In his honor, The Dan Coiro Scholarship by CengageBrain was created in which three students will be awarded $2,500 to put towards college expenses.

The Dan Coiro Scholarship by CengageBrain is open to all students pursuing a degree in science or engineering. To apply, students must submit an application and personal statement proposing solutions for keeping education affordable. CengageBrain is accepting applications now through January 31st. Following the submission period, Dan Coiro will be selecting the three lucky scholarship winners. Visit http://www.cengagebrain.com/blog/2012/12/scholarship-hunting-now-accepting-applications-for-the-dan-coiro-scholarship-by-cengagebrain

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