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Bisaria, Woodall earn scholarships


Namita Bisaria, a 2004 graduate of Webb School of Knoxville, and Lauren Woodall, a 2004 graduate of Farragut High School, have won college scholarships of up to $5,000 from the Tennessee Valley Authority.

They are among 12 scholarship winners chosen by TVA this year.


Namita is the daughter of Veenita Bisaria, senior manager in TVA Finance in Knoxville. She plans to attend Princeton University.

Lauren is the daughter of Jack Woodall, TVA senior attorney in Knoxville. She plans to attend Davidson College in Davidson, N.C.

The TVA Employee Dependent Scholarship Program, which is administered by TVA University, was created in 1994 to reward excellence in academics by providing financial assistance to college-bound children of TVA employees.

Each year, 12 renewable scholarships of up to $5,000 per year for up to five years are awarded to graduating high school seniors.

This year, more than 160 high school seniors applied for the scholarships, and winners were selected by a panel of college professors from across the Tennessee Valley.

 

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