Author Archives: Taylor Massey

Show Us a Slice of Your Life! – Announcing the Video Contest Winner

Congratulations to Addie Ratcliff from the University of Indianapolis, as the winner of MindTap’s “Show us a Slice of Your Life” video contest. Our friends at MindTap challenged you to make a video showing what makes you a unique learner … Continue reading

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A Slice of Your Life in Video – Help pick the scholarship winner!

Just like there’s more than one way to peel an orange, there’s more than one way to learn. Our friends at MindTap recently invited students to share their experiences as unique learners through a video contest. Students were tasked with … Continue reading

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America’s Top TA — Vote for your favorite teaching assistant today!

Students from across the country are nominating their teaching assistants for America’s Top TA, telling us how their TAs go above and beyond to help them succeed in class. Now it’s your turn to cast your vote. It’s up to … Continue reading

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Thank your professor by nominating them for America’s Top TA 2013 — The national challenge by CengageBrain

Does your favorite TA get the recognition he or she deserves? College students now have the chance to thank the TA (teaching assistant) who has had the biggest impact on their education through America’s Top TA competition by CengageBrain.

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Service break opportunity: “Your Cause, Your Break! The CengageBrain Alternative Spring Break Contest!”

Do you have a passion for helping people? Do you have the leadership skills to bring on real, impactful change? Tell us about it and you could win up to $2,500 to fund your very own Alternative Spring Break project! Get … Continue reading

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Support the cause and save some green with the CengageBrain Extra Credit program!

We at CengageBrain.com know that giving back to charity in whatever way you can is very important, so we’ve resolved to make a difference this year. With your help, we’ll donate up to $100,000 to charity all while helping students … Continue reading

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Scholarship hunting? Now accepting applications for The Dan Coiro Scholarship by CengageBrain!

America’s Top TA In May of this year, we at CengageBrain introduced our national competition, America’s Top TA, as part of our ongoing dedication to education. College students from across the U.S. were given the opportunity to recognize the teaching assistants (TAs) … Continue reading

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America’s Top TA scholarship coming soon: The Dan Coiro Scholarship by CengageBrain

In May of this year, we at CengageBrain excitedly introduced our first ever national scholarship competition, “America’s Top TA.” College students from all around the country nominated their favorite teaching assistant by telling us why their TA deserved to be … Continue reading

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Back to school advice: School and RA rules you should actually follow

Whether you’re beginning your freshmen year or returning as a seasoned senior, sometimes breaking school rules comes as second nature. But, believe it or not, those pesky school rules are laid out for reason. To keep you and your friends … Continue reading

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Poll: Stafford loan interest rate increase, students consider cheaper education alternatives

Unless Congress acts quickly to stop it from doubling, the federal subsidized Stafford loan interest rate is scheduled to revert back to 6.8 percent on July 1 from the current 3.4 percent, affecting millions of students across America. Effects on … Continue reading

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