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Exciting Scholarship news from Lewis and Clark College

Lewis & Clark College will acknowledge outstanding performances at the Northwest Science Expo with scholarship offers to first place category winners at the high school level. The first place winners in each category at the fair will be offered at minimum a Faculty Scholarship, which is valued at $25,500 for the 2020-2021 academic year, and is renewable each year based on continued academic excellence.  In order to be awarded the scholarship, students must be accepted through our regular admissions process and enroll at the college immediately following high school graduation.  Students may qualify for a larger academic merit based scholarship upon admission to the college; if that is the case, the larger scholarship will replace the Faculty Scholarship.  

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2012 Intel Schools of Distinction Awards

Every year, Intel honors U.S. schools that implement innovative, replicable programs that inspire their students and lead to a positive educational outcomes in the areas of math and science.  Schools who participate in the Intel NWSE are a perfect fit for this award. I encourage you to enter the 2012 Intel Schools of Distinction Awards.  Your school could win up to $25,000 cash grant from the Intel Foundation and more than $100,000 in products and services from program award sponsors. Six winners will be selected – two from each grade range (K-5, 6-8, and 9-12) – in each of the two categories of math and science.  Don’t miss this opportunity to apply - the application deadline is Feb. 23, 2012.

The Spirit of Innovation Awards

The following is a message from Clementine L. Ntshaykolo of the Conrad Foundation:

The Spirit of Innovation Awards program challenges teams of high school students to create innovative products using science, technology, and entrepreneurship. Last year’s Spirit of Innovation Awards exceeded our wildest dreams. Teams came from all over the United States and we even had a team from China. I want to extend to you a personal invitation to participate in the 2009/2010 Spirit of Innovation Awards challenges. Please see www.conradawards.org for a full description of this year’s challenge categories. Teacher’s serving as a team’s coach will also receive awards and recognition for themselves and their schools.

New and exciting resources are also available to assist you and the students:

College Credit for your Research Project

Juniors and Seniors have the opportunity to earn 4 college credits from Portland State University for meeting specific benchmarks with their research projects. The instructor of this HS Natural Science Inquiry course is Kate Norton.  Look at the accompanying documents for more information.  

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