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Here at the Missouri Scholars Academy, we want to encourage these talented students to own their intelligence and inspire them to put it to good use. In particular, we hope to get students to engage in activities that are outside their comfort zones and push themselves past arbitrary limits they might have subconsciously set for themselves. Outside the classroom, students participate in a series of activities, workshops and discussions led by guest speakers from around the country. Author and illustrator Earl E.B. Lewis will headline the Academys Teacher Appreciation Day activities. medical assistant interview videosOther guests include Missouri documentary filmmaker Mark Norwine, and Linda Godwin, former astronaut and current professor of physics at MU. Scholars will have the option to watch a dress rehearsal of the Missouri Symphony Society, listen to Grammy-nominated storyteller Milbre Burch, and participate in discussions on topics ranging from climate change to medical ethics, stem cells and the Syrian refugee crisis. Page 2 of 3 – Blue Springs student awarded scholarship to Arkansas-Little Rock Leslie Haller of Blue Springs has been selected for the 2016 Chancellor’s Leadership Corps at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Haller’s planned major is web development. Chancellor’s Leadership Corps is a competitive scholarship program that provides up to $8,000 per year, up to $32,000 for four years, if renewal requirements are met. CLC scholars have an opportunity to develop and enhance skills necessary for leadership positions, both on and off-campus. They complete 15 hours of service learning during fall and spring semesters and live on campus with peers. To be eligible, candidates must be entering freshmen with at least a 3.0 cumulative high school grade point average.
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