2013’s Most Valuable Professors Competition — Nominate and vote, time’s running out!

Most Valuable ProfessorsHave a truly exquisite professor that enriched your life for the better? There’s still time left to nominate and vote for them to win the title of MVP — Most Valuable Professor! By doing so, you’ll automatically be entered to win one of three $50 Visa gift cards and they’ll be up for a chance to win a  scholarship in their name.

College scholarships created in honor of MVPs!

Questia, the premier online research and paper-writing tool for students, will establish one $2,500 scholarship in EACH of three winning professors’ names, and the reigning MVPs will become part of the integral team that selects the scholarship recipients. What better way to honor an educator than to give back to education!

Nominating a professor is easy

Visit Questia on Facebook and tell us why your professor deserves the Most Valuable Professor title in just 400 characters or less.

“Valuable professors not only educate students on their subject of expertise, but provide students with tools and lessons they can apply to real life situations,” says Joe Miller, Chief Researcher at Questia.  “We probably don’t thank them enough. Nominating a special professor is a wonderful opportunity for students to elevate an unsung hero to MVP.”

At Questia, we know that professors are a go-to source for more than just homework questions. They are advisors, mentors and MVPs! See what a few of our Questia team members had to say about their Most Valuable Professors:

Now head to Questia’s Facebook page to nominate and vote for your MVP!

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  1. SIRAJO MOHAMMED FUNTUA says:

    Erica Sheward is my choice of a MVP, even though she is a Food Safety and Quality Managemenr expert. She is a role model for all tutors of this century.

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