Chs Foundation Anniversary Scholarship Essays

This month, hundreds of Mensans will begin the challenging yet uplifting task of evaluating Mensa Foundation scholarship essays. Some 400 judges will help determine how nearly $125,000 in scholarships are allocated, based on the applicants’ written submissions.

Nearly 200 students, Mensans and non-Mensans alike, will receive funds for college, ranging from $600 to $2,000. Lost sometimes in the breadth of the Foundation’s scholarship program are the individual applicants who are impacted — and their compelling stories.

Last year, 18-year-old Nicole Hittell of Bradenton, Fla., was awarded the Harper Fowley Scholarship for Isolated Ms, or Mensans who do not belong to a particular Local Group.

Born in Wuxi, China, Nicole celebrated her first birthday on an airplane en route to the United States with her new mother, Susan. She entered the University of Florida (Gainesville) this past fall as a junior, having completed her first two years of college while finishing high school. Nicole plans to obtain her bachelor's in political science by age 20 and continue to law school for her J.D. She said she learned a lot working in her dad’s law office this past summer and hopes to eventually study abroad.

Nicole loves the classes she is taking and finds time management to be a major change from high school (although she obviously already excels in this trait). Two of her favorite books are David Copperfield and Pride and Prejudice. (She enjoys reading anything by Jane Austen.) She stays busy working out and playing sports, particularly pick-up games of basketball and running with friends on nature preserve trails.

Giving credit to her parents for supporting and guiding her and, especially, for keeping her grounded, Nicole also expressed her thankfulness for the Mensa scholarship award. Here is her winning essay.

My life started 17 years ago on a different continent, in China. Today, I am an Asian girl with a German surname living in Bradenton, Fla. My unusual background has helped mold me into the person I am today and continues to shape my unique perspective on life. Though I was born in communist China, I was given the opportunity to live in America. I have a strong sense of understanding of how my life could have been different. I am fortunate that my mother was loving and became a voice for me when she adopted me.

As a daughter of a lawyer, I was exposed to legal jargon at an early age. I heard words such as courts, appeals and litigation. My father encouraged me to volunteer as an attorney at the local Teen Court program, which allows young adolescents who have committed and pled guilty to a crime a second chance. The defendant participates in an actual trial complete with a judge, teen attorneys and jury and receives a sentence of community service. After the sentence is completed, the crime is expunged from the defendant’s record. Teen Court has saved countless young adolescents from being placed into the Juvenile Court system.

In one case, I bonded with a 17-year-old college student who was struggling to support herself. Arrested while shoplifting food, she had elected to go through Teen Court. By interviewing her before her trial, I gained details about the circumstances of her arrest as well as her academic goals to present to the jury. Her obvious remorse led me to fight hard for a reduced sentence. When she received the minimum punishment available, I felt a sense of accomplishment when she shook my hand and thanked me.

When I volunteer as an attorney at Teen Court, I’m given the choice to defend or prosecute the defendants. I always choose to defend. I try to show my clients that I care about their future and that they have been given an important opportunity to change their behavior. At-risk children need to have an advocate who believes in them.

Teen Court has inspired me to become a lawyer and earn my law degree in Florida. I hope to eventually practice criminal law. To accomplish my career goals, I enrolled in an accelerated academic program to earn my high school diploma and Associate of Arts degree simultaneously. I have maintained a 4.0 GPA for three semesters and serve as the Vice President of Scholarship of the international honor society Phi Theta Kappa.

I have taken several college-level general and criminal law classes and shadowed different types of attorneys in court to give me more experience. After I graduate in May, at age 18, I am transferring to a university in Florida as a junior to study political science as well as prepare to take the LSAT. I also plan on becoming an adult volunteer for Teen Court.

As I focus my studies, Teen Court will always be my inspiration for going into the legal field. I have a passion for the law and am deeply committed to represent people who are in trouble and in need of help. Being a voice for others, as my mother became a voice for me, motivates me.

The stories behind these essays give us hope and reward us for the time and money we contribute to the Mensa Foundation. As the annual task of evaluating scholarship essays begins, consider a donation to the Foundation to help us lighten the financial burden of higher education for more students — and to generate more of those compelling stories.

Ag Processing Inc (AGP) Scholarship

For a sophomore or junior or senior enrolled in the College of Agriculture majoring in agricultural business or agricultural systems technology with financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Bilsland Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students from Boone County, Iowa enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

4-H Scholarships

The Iowa 4-H Foundation has several scholarships available to entering freshman, many of which are for students entering Iowa State University. Scholarships for undergraduate students are also available. The various awards range in amounts from $500 to $3,500. Some of the scholarships are open to students pursuing any field of study, while others are open to students pursuing degrees in agriculture, food and nutrition, ag business, animal science, and journalism. Former Iowa 4-H'ers and current 4-H'ers graduating from high school are eligible applicants. The Iowa 4-H Foundation Scholarship listings and application forms are available from any Iowa county extension office, from the State 4-H Office at Iowa State University, or on the web at www.iowa4hfoundation.org/scholarships Deadlines: February 1 (annually) Contact:  Mary Clancy   712-830-1321    clancy@iastate.edu

Floyd Andre Scholarship for Excellence in Agriculture

Iowa resident planning a career in farming or some related occupation, based on scholarship rather than need. Rank in upper fifteen percent of high school graduating class with cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Have an ACT or SAT percentile rank of 90 or higher. Candidates for renewal of this scholarship must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA or higher at ISU; earn a minimum 12.0 credits per semester from ISU; complete Ag Studies 111 and 112 during their freshman year, and meet or exceed the minimum leadership and/or extracurricular activity requirements as part of the scholarship for excellence program. This scholarship is renewable for three years.

Del and Mary Kay Bowden Beginning Agriculture Professional Scholarship

Del and Mary Kay Bowden Beginning Agriculture Professional Scholarship for incoming freshmen (must be in top 20% of h.s. graduating class) or transfer (must have minimum 3.25 gpa) students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa with an interest in exploring careers in farm production (but no pre-veterinary medicine); preference to students from a farm production background.

Neal and Kitty Conover Science with Practice Scholarship

For incoming freshmen who are Iowa residents with high school grade point average of 3.0 and demonstrated leadership participation. Includes funding for employment by faculty member in student's major area of study.

Dean's Leadership Scholar scholarship

For incoming freshmen who are non-Iowa residents with high school grade
point average of 3.0 and demonstrated leadership participation. Includes
funding for employment by faculty member in student's major area of study.

Arlene and Harold Estes Agricultural Scholarship

For freshmen in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences pursuing career in agriculture and food industry who demonstrate a significant financial need. Also considered: scholastic achievements and participation in school and community activities. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.) Sponsored by ISU Agricultural Endowment.

Walter and Laura Falcon Scholarship

for incoming freshman enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a major of Ag Education, Ag Studies, Ag Biochemistry, Ag Business, Ag Systems Technology, Ag and Society, Agronomy, Animal Ecology, Animal Science, Dairy Science, Environmental Science, Food Science, Forestry, Genetics, Horticulture, or Nutritional Science, with preference to residents of Iowa.

FarmHouse Scholarship for ISU Agricultural Majors

for an incoming freshman who is a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, from a rural/farm background or urban and small town background, with a strong interest in production agriculture (such as ag studies, ag business, ag education, agronomy, animal science); preference will be given to residents of Iowa.

Fejervary Fund Scholarships

Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore, Transfer

Fejervary Fund Scholarships awarded to Scott County Iowa residents, with preference given to students with demonstrated financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.) Past Fejervary Fund recipients are eligible to receive the scholarship if enrolled as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine candidate in the College of Veterinary Medicine at ISU.

Lloyd C. Goad Scholarship

Graduate from Marion County high school with financial need and GPA of 3.0 or above. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Wayne Gross Memorial Scholarship

High school graduate from Carroll-Kuemper, Carroll Public or other Carroll County high school, preference in that order. Leadership, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

International Agricultural Development Scholarship

A one-time $3,000 scholarship is available to all new students who successfully complete a World Food Prize Borlaug-Ruan International Internship and enroll in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences as their primary major at Iowa State University. This scholarship is only available to those completing the Borlaug-Ruan International Internship and is available one time only during the freshman year. Applications are not required for this award. Please contact us if you qualify

Robert E. and Patricia A. Jester Scholarship

Resident of Iowa showing professional potential and commitment to agriculture pursuing a degree in Agronomy, Animal Ecology, Animal Science, Biochemistry/Biophysics, Entomology, Food Science & Human Nutrition, Forestry, Zoology, Genetics, Horticulture, Microbiology, or Plant Pathology.

Kline Family Scholarship

Graduate of Iowa high school, 3.0 grade point average, showing leadership qualities and desire for a career in agriculture. Financial need is a requirement (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Kolschowsky Foundation Student Scholarships

For a student of color with preference given to students form the Chicago area with interest in the food and agricultural sciences.

A student must have:

1. Demonstrated Financial need (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)
2. 3.0 or higher GPA
3. Upper 25% of graduating class
4. US Citizen
5. Graduation from a US high school

Preference is given to students from Proviso East Township, Proviso West Township, Downers Grove North, Downers Grove South, the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, and the Lutheran Congregations of Career Development.

Bill D. Lamb Scholarship

Graduate of Maquoketa High School or Jackson County high school. Preference given to financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Monsanto Agriculture Scholarship

Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore, Transfer

For students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a high school grade point average of 3.5 having had participation in 4-H and/or Future Farmers of America, pursing a degree in agronomy, seed science, horticulture, insect science, agricultural systems technology, agricultural studies, microbiology, global resource systems, genetics, food science, environmental science, culinary science, biology, agricultural biochemistry, agricultural business, or public service and administration.

Dean of Agriculture Multicultural Scholarship

For a multicultural student majoring in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Please contact Multicultural Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for further information at 515-294-1701

C.R. Musser/ISU Ag Endowment Scholarships

Must be a resident of Iowa. For students demonstrating an interest in farming as a career, production agriculture, academic performance, and leadership. Sponsored by ISU Agricultural Endowment.

Orscheln Farm and Home Supply Inc. Scholarships

U.S. citizen, resident of Iowa, FFA membership for 4 years or more, evidence of leadership, scholarship, and demonstrated financial need. Must live in Orscheln trade area (Iowa counties of: Appanoose, Boone, Cass, Dallas, Ford, Guthrie, Henry, Jefferson, Johnson, Linn, Mahaska, Montgomery, Muscatine, Page, or Wapello). (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Russell and Isabel Wise Agricultural Scholarship

Russell and Isabel Wise Agricultural Scholarship for students in the
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with demonstrated financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Thomas R. and Naomi B. Smith Scholarships

for students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who have graduated from an Iowa high school and has demonstrated financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.) Preference is given to students who have graduated from Volga, Iowa public grade or middle school, and Elkader, Iowa public high school.

Edward L. Tubbs Memorial Scholarship

for student enrolled in CALS who is an
Iowa resident graduating in the top one-third of their high school class
with demonstrated financial need.  (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Younkers Farm Aid Scholarships

Recipients selected based on one-half of family income being derived from farming; upper half of high school class, leadership, financial need. Must live in Younkers trade area (roughly Iowa, southeast South Dakota, southwest and east central Minnesota, southwest Wisconsin, Illinois, southeast Nebraska). (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

GROWMARK, Inc. Scholarship

Must be a junior or senior enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences from a rural background (farm or community less than 10,000 population); must rank in the upper half of class; preference given to students majoring in Agricultural Business, Agricultural and Life Sciences Education, Agricultural Studies, Agricultural Systems Technology, Agronomy, or Insect Science.

Curtis Askelson Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for Alpha Gamma Rho for students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are members of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at ISU.

Julien L. Boatman Student Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for a soph., jr., or sr. in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Selection based on scholarship, leadership and financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Borlaug - Thomson Internship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

Location: Cresco, Iowa
Selection: One Award

For an undergraduate student with their primary major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing at the time of application. Must be enrolled during the spring semester prior to the internship and the fall semester following the internship.

Description: In support of the Norman Borlaug Heritage Foundation and the historic Borlaug Farms the intern will be engaged in education and curriculum development, communications, landscape design/management and other related tasks. The intern is required to be present to represent the NBHF at the Howard County Fair. The intern will devote approximately 70% of his/her time to the NBHF. Further information on the Foundation is available at: http://www.normanborlaug.org/ The intern will also assist the Howard County - ISU Extension office with various tasks including preparation for the Howard County Fair and preparations for the Norman Borlaug Harvest Fest. The intern will devote approximately 30% of his/her time to serving the ISU Extension office. The intern is expected to live in the town of Cresco during the 10 week internship. The intern is expected to complete a report within one month of the completion of the internship. The intern is also expected to participate in the INSPIRE DAY at the Borlaug Farm in September.

Duration: 10 weeks during the summer. By March 1 the intern will select the dates of the summer internship and communicate them to all parties in Cresco and ISU.

Value: Total value of the Borlaug-Thomson Internship is potentially more than $8,000, making it one of the most prestigious awards offered to undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The award/internship is calculated as follows:
-$ 4,000 based on working for $11/hr x 8 hours/day x 5 days/week x 10 weeks
-$ 3,000 scholarship applied to ISU tuition (half in spring semester, half in fall semester)
-up to $ 800 reimbursed for actual housing costs in Cresco.

How to apply: Submit by email your letter of interest, resume and names of three references to Associate Dean David Acker, 134 Curtiss Hall, Ames, IA 50011 dacker@iastate.edu. Also, fill out the online scholarship application at www.cals.iastate.edu/scholarships

Deadline: October 31. A decision will be communicated to all applicants in December.

Note:  Past recipients are not eligible to apply.

For more information: David Acker, 134 Curtiss Hall, Ames, IA 50011 515-294-6614

Sponsor: This program was developed and initially sponsored by the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the ISU Agricultural Endowment (ISUAE). The ISUAE was founded in 1937 to help Iowa farm families survive and thrive. Throughout its history, the ISUAE has worked to keep families on the farm and to ensure the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences plays an important role in supporting the agriculture industry in Iowa. In 2010, the program was supported by four different donors. The program is supported by generous benefactors from Cresco, Iowa: Jack Thomson, and Martha and Maury Kramer.

Rod & Mary Brannen Endowed Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa, U.S. citizens, with a minimum grade point average of 2.8 with demonstrated financial need.  (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Roger Bruene Scholarship In Agriculture

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for soph., jr. or sr. in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who demonstrates outstanding leadership, at least 2.5 GPA and promise for a career in agri-business.

George W. Catt Memorial Scholarship

for seniors, selection based on character, financial need, and enrollment in both semesters of the academic year. Submission of financial need form required. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.) 

Chicago Farmers Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with career
goal of service to production agriculture. Selection based on scholarship and
leadership in the field of Agriculture and financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

CHS University Scholarships

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

Sophomore, junior or senior status following the semester of application Majoring in an agriculture-related undergraduate program U.S. citizen or legal resident. Demonstrated academic ability and leadership. First preference to students demonstrating an interest in agricultural-based cooperatives.

Creger Brothers Farm Scholarship

for juniors in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa with a career interest in farm production upon graduation.

DeKalb Genetics Scholarships

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for undergraduates planning career in farming, commercial livestock production or an agricultural business; majoring in animal science, agronomy, ag business, or zoology/genetics. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Jean Wallace Douglas Scholarships

for jr. and sr. students who are concentrating their studies on sustainable agriculture. Must have 2.5 GPA, evidence of strong interest in sustainable agriculture, possess potential and promise for career in research, teaching, practice, public policy, economics or promotion of the practice of sustainable agriculture

Eliminating Barriers to Entry for Future Farmers Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with career goal of production agriculture farming (hands-on farming) with preference to those with financial need.  (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

C.J.Gauger FarmHouse Fraternity Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and an active member of FarmHouse Fraternity in good standing; sophomore or above; cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above; displaying leadership and participation in school and community activities.

Lynn & Marilyn Benson FarmHouse Fraternity Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and an active member of FarmHouse Fraternity in good standing; sophomore or above; cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above; displaying leadership and participation in school and community activities.

Farrell Brothers Scholarship

for juniors enrolled in CALS with a minimum GPA of 2.5, with demonstrated involvement in the activities of the College such as dept. clubs, competitive teams, study abroad and other experiential leadership programs, with an interest in entering the agriculture industry.

Fred Foreman Scholarship in Leadership Participation

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 and demonstrated leadership and volunteerism through participation in college-related extracurricular activities, in sophomore class standing or above.

LuVern Gustafson Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for undergraduate students pursuing degree in agriculture with interest in soil conservation, resident of U.S. and GPA of 2.5.

Cedric L. Hall Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for a soph., jr., or sr. in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences from Woodbury County or the surrounding area. Selection is based on high academic achievement, need and activities. Provided by the Cedric L. Hall Memorial Scholarship Fund. Submission of financial need form (FAFSA) to ISU Financial Aid Office required.

Homer K. Hansen AGR Scholarships

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For members of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at ISU in good standing enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences or Ag Engineering. Must be a graduate from a United States high school; must have financial need and a 2.5 grade point average. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.) The scholarship is renewable for a total of three years (sophomore, junior and senior years). Application information is obtained from Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at ISU.

Cynthia Sue Jacobson Hansen Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For female students enrolled in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (excluding the pre-veterinary programs) who demonstrate enthusiasm toward their studies and show an active interest in departmental activities and a career interest in production agriculture.

Duane Hinkle Agriculture Scholarship

for sophomores and juniors enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, resident of Iowa, majoring in agricultural systems technology, agricultural business, agriculture and society, agriculture and life sciences education/ag communication option, global resource systems, industrial technology, animal science (production animal).

Paul L. Horak Alpha Gamma Rho Scholarships

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are active in ISU's Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity with a 2.5 GPA or greater and demonstrated involvement with clubs and activities.

John and Evelyn Hunter Scholarship in Agriculture

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For a sophomore, junior or senior enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a resident of Iowa, in a curriculum that focuses on agriculture, with a minimum 2.5 gpa. First preference students from Page or Taylor Counties, second preference students with financial need (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Iowa Farm Bureau Scholarships

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for soph., jr., or sr. students based on scholarship, leadership qualities and financial need. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Sue and Darren Jarboe Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for a sophomore, junior, or senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.

Dr. Patrick H. Kain and Miss Maribel Kain Family Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences majoring in forestry, animal ecology, biology, genetics, and environmental science. Additional requirements: grade point average 3.33 or higher, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated leadership. (Please file FAFSA between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 to be considered.)

Jon and Marcia Kinzenbaw Scholarship in Agriculture

for a junior or senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences majoring in Agricultural Systems Technology, Industrial Technology, Agricultural Business, Agricultural Education, or Agricultural Studies, with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.7

Dean Kleckner Global Agriculture

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

Undergraduate Scholarship for a student pursuing a career related to international agricultural trade, research, development or a related field. Must have graduated from an Iowa high school.

Knecht Family Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for a sophomore, junior or senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Must be an Iowa resident. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, with preference given to students with an interest in a career in production agriculture.

Fred W. Koester Memorial Scholarship

for a jr. or sr., Iowa resident, 2.5 GPA, curriculum in agriculture emphasizing soil and water conservation with potential leadership in these areas.

Larry D. Lursen Memorial Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For students in the College of Agriculture and Life Science who are residents of Butler County, Iowa. Second preference from counties of Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Chickasaw, Bremer, Black Hawk, Grundy, Hardin or Franklin. Preference to students who plan to return to work or farm in Butler County after graduation.

Martin Family Scholarship

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

For a student enrolled in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences pursuing career in production agriculture.

Frank H. Mendell Scholarship

jr. or sr. agronomy, animal ecology or forestry. Selection based on scholarship and career interest in conservation.

Pilcher Scholarship for Leaders in Agriculture

Junior, Senior, Sophomore

for sophomores, juniors, or seniors, in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and demonstrated leadership as evidenced by participation in student organizations. Applicants shall submit a short essay (1-2 pages) which describes an ag leadership experience in which the applicant made a difference and a specific activity or experience that was important in clarifying the applicant's career aspirations. (Submit essay to 139A Curtiss Hall by February 1).

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