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MediaSauce Scholarship created to support IUPUI Media Arts and Science Program

August 28, 2009

The Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing has announced the creation of a scholarship supported by MediaSauce to be given to students who are studying in the Media Arts and Science Program at IUPUI. The inaugural scholarship will be granted in spring 2010 to a deserving student, based on their merit and achievement within the program.

“Attracting and keeping the best and brightest students in-state is important to Central Indiana businesses,” said Bryan Gray, CEO of Carmel, Ind.-based MediaSauce, and chairperson of the IU School of Informatics and Computing Media Arts and Sciences Advisory Board.

“Offering scholarships for deserving students helps IUPUI attract top talent, which will provide our businesses with the emerging employees we’ll need to thrive. As more organizations see how impactful supporting a scholarship is, I believe it will become a cost effective part of many companies’ HR and recruitment strategy,” Gray added.

MediaSauce is a national leader in Internet strategy, Web development and interactive solutions, helping companies and non-profits build lasting connections to drive their revenues in this Interconnected Age. MediaSauce’s Digital Blueprint strategic consulting service provides clients a plan outlining strategies, tactics, timelines and metrics to accelerate their business using digital and social media.

Their award-winning creative work and rapid growth recently earned MediaSauce recognition as a 2009 Indiana Company To Watch by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation’s Small Business Development Centers.

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