Lilly Scholar aspires to be neuroscientist

Most students are lucky to receive one full-ride college scholarship offer. Brown County High School senior Michael Hess has two. Hess was named the 2017 Lilly Endowment Scholar by the Brown County Community Foundation. The Lilly Scholar receives full tuition to the Indiana college or university of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for books and equipment. But Hess also applied for a scholarship through QuestBridge, a nonprofit that connects low-income students with scholarship opportunities at some of the nation’s best colleges. He ended up receiving an almost $70,000-per-year scholarship to Claremont McKenna, a liberal arts college in California. Now he has a decision to make. As of last week, he hadn’t decided whether he would accept the Lilly scholarship. He’s been accepted into IUPUI, so he could use…


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