State Seeking Math And Science Award Nominations
The state of Indiana is accepting nominations for the 2015 Mr. and Miss Math and Science awards. The winners will be announced in May and receive $1,000 college scholarships.
March 5, 2015
Indianapolis, Ind. — Governor Mike Pence today announced the State of Indiana is accepting nominations for the 2015 Mr. and Miss Math and Mr. and Miss Science awards. These honors recognize up to four outstanding high school seniors for their exemplary performance in science, math, engineering, and technology (STEM). Winning students receive $1,000 college scholarships through Indiana's CollegeChoice 529 Direct Savings Plan.
“It is a privilege to continue this tradition of awarding exceptional students with science, math, engineering or technology interests with college scholarships,” said Governor Pence. “As our state continues to grow in life sciences and technological industries, it is important that students recognize these fields as impactful to our state's future.”
Indiana's Mr. and Miss Math and Science awards honor the top high school seniors in STEM classes, as well as extracurricular activities, work/research projects, leadership roles, and community service. The nominations will be reviewed by a panel of STEM experts, including teachers, college and university instructors, and staff from the Indiana Department of Education and the Indiana Education Roundtable.
Governor Pence will announce Indiana's Mr. and Miss Math and Mr. and Miss Science in May. Nominations for the awards can be submitted at https://secure.in.gov/apps/mathscienceawards/. The deadline for nominations is 6 p.m. EDT on April 19, 2015.
Governor Mitch Daniels created the Indiana Mr. and Miss Math and Science awards in 2008. Mr. David Lu Liang of Carmel High School and Miss Sonali Sunil Mali of Avon High School were named Mr. and Miss Science in 2014.
Source: Office of Indiana Governor Mike Pence