Applications must be received by January 17, 2014.
If you need more information, please contact Dr. Betsy Dobbins or Dr. Steve Donaldson, or visit the Clark Scholars Program in Computational Biology site.
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ACT/SAT ScoresIt is not necessary to have taken both the ACT and SAT, but if this was done, include scores from both tests. If you did not take the test, enter n/a.
Essay In the space provided below, please write a short essay explaining why you are a prime candidate for this scholarship and the benefits it offers.
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