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New Scholarship Established in Honor of Charles E. Little

New Scholarship Established in Honor of Charles E. Little '64 Catawba College Alumnus Larry Beightol '64 of Fayetteville, Ark., wanted to do something special for his friend of close to 50 years, Charlie Little '64 of Salisbury, and he knew it had to be something to do with Catawba College. It was Catawba College after …

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Odyssey Scholarship Challenge University of Chicago

Odyssey Scholarship Challenge University of Chicago More than 1,200 students from low- and moderate-income families will benefit from the visionary Odyssey Scholarship Program, which replaces student loans with outright grants. Launched by an anonymous donor’s $100 million gift, this program will transform undergraduate financial aid at the University, beginning in Fall 2008. Students from all …

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Women In Aviation International Scholarships

$355,000 in Women In Aviation International Scholarships Available; Deadline Approaches WAI press release: https://www.amtonline.com/article/article.jsp?siteSection=1&id=4616 Women in Aviation International’s (WAI) annual scholarship opportunities total $355,000 for 2008, but to qualify, interested individuals must apply by December 1, 2007. This year’s scholarships range in value from a $500 academic scholarship up through a typerating valued at $35,000. …

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Brenau New Scholarship Program with Wal-Mart

The Wal-Mart Foundation has given Brenau University a $250,000 grant to start a scholarship program for Hispanic women earning degrees in nursing or health-related majors. The Wal-Mart Nursing and Healthcare Scholars Program at Brenau also will assist with applications, financial aid and follow-up support to help the students succeed academically after they are enrolled. Read …

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Female filmmakers scholarship

2007 Trailblazer Scholarship Application (.pdf) For female filmmakers This one is for young women only. In fact, it’s only for women interested in working in “filmmaking, media or entertainment.” If that description fits, then there’s $1,500 out there to be claimed that could start a career. It’s the Trailblazer Scholarship Fund, sponsored by the Kansas …

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CSU business school ranked ninth

CSU business school ranked ninth Colorado State University's College of Business has been rated the nation's ninth-best-administered MBA program by the Princeton Review, based on student surveys. The CSU business college is among 290 business schools evaluated in the 2008 edition of the Princeton Review's annual colleges guide. The ratings are available online at www.princetonreview.com …

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