Dean renews “Pathways to CS” $20K Scholarship

Dr. Robert Tamarin, Dean of the College of Sciences, has renewed the “Pathways to Computer Science” scholarship program for undergraduate students.

The merit-based scholarship provides a $5,000 annual award toward tuition and fees for an incoming student majoring in the sciences, including Computer Science. The award is annually renewable for a total of four years.

To be eligible, students must have participated on one of the Computer Science department's outreach programs, including Botball, Botfest, iCODE/TechCreation, and Artbotics.

Applications are due no later than June 1, 2011. To apply, complete and submit the 2011 Pathways to CS Scholarship application form.

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