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Lewis N. Pino Memorial Scholarship in Science Education

The Lewis Pino Memorial Scholarship in Science Education is in memory of Dr. Lewis N. Pino, professor emeritus at Oakland University. Dr. Pino taught organic chemistry from 1966-1986, and served as director of Research Studies at Oakland University. 

John and Marie Pino established this fund in 2006 to support teachers going into the field of chemistry, physics or integrated science, and have continued their support every year since. The Pinos are long time supporters of OU and the School of Education and Human Services, volunteering their time in addition to their scholarships for future teachers. Their business, the Pino Insurance Agency in downtown Rochester, Michigan, even has a display of OU. For more information about Marie and John Pino, click here to view an article written about them in 2010.

An award committee will select the awardee and notify the recipient. If you are unable to complete the online application, please email sehs@oakland.edu. Allow at least two full business days to receive an application.
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Please enter the last four numbers of your G number.

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What is your anticipated graduation date?

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If you are the recipient of this award, indicate the semester in which you would like the award applied.

If selected as the recipient, the award would apply to your student account. You can select more than one semester. If more than 1 semester is selected, the award will be applied evenly to the semesters selected. Awards cannot be applied to semesters that have already begun.

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In 500 words or more, describe how you developed your interest in the field of education and science. Your responses will be considered with attention to how they evidence thoughtfulness, perseverance, initiative and leadership. Answer both questions in your response.
  1. Describe something you have learned about chemistry, physics or integrated science that is powerful to you.
  2. Discuss your teaching experiences and focus on those particularly relevant for teaching science.

It is strongly recommended that you first type and edit your response in a blank Word document, then copy and paste into the field. The field does not have spell or grammar check.

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If you are selected as a recipient, you will be held to these agreements. Your application cannot be considered without all four statements being agreed to by the applicant.




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Thank you for applying for the School of Education and Human Services Lewis N. Pino Memorial Scholarship in Science Education. You will receive written notification regarding your application after the scholarship committee has reviewed all applications. If you should have questions while completing this application, email sehs@oakland.edu.
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