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GLIN==> 2005 Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship



Announcing the 2005 Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship!
(http://www.glc.org/about/scholarships/scholar.html)

Sponsored by the Great Lakes Commission to recognize outstanding achievement
and vision in electronic communications technology.

The Great Lakes Commission is pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity
for students with an interest in electronic communications technology and
its applications in the Great Lakes region. The scholarship is in memory of
Carol A. Ratza, a veteran employee of the Great Lakes Commission and a
staunch supporter of the lakes. With unique vision, Carol created and led
numerous influential communications projects for the region, the most
notable being the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) and the Great Lakes
Regional Air Toxic Emissions Inventory. 

This scholarship is open to high school seniors and returning students
enrolled full-time at a Great Lakes college or university in Fall 2005. The
application deadline is April 01, 2005.

For more information on scholarship eligibility, requirements and
application form, please visit
http://www.glc.org/about/scholarships/scholar.html.  If you have any
questions, please contact Christine Manninen at manninen@glc.org or
734-971-9135.
 

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Shannon R. Glutting
glutting@glc.org
Great Lakes Commission
Webmaster/Publications Designer
http://www.glc.org

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