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February 20th, 2010

ITAG presents $2,000 scholarship to Cornell University student

Abstract:
Cornell University freshman student Alexander Senko has won a $2,000 Innovative Technology Action Group "Go For It" scholarship.

Applicants submitted essays discussing ways in which a particular advancement in technology may impact the future within the student's intended career pathway. Senko's submission focused on quantum computing and nanotechnology.

Senko resides in Kennett Square. His intended major is biochemistry.

ITAG is an initiative of the Chester County Workforce Investment Board and the Chester County Economic Development Council with grant funds received from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. For more information, visit www.itagpa.org.

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