Wake Forest University senior Douglas Myers has received the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy’s Teague Scholarship for Entrepreneurship for 2003-2004.
Myers, a business major from New Jersey, started the company Score Raising Programs with his brother in 1999. The company develops programs for graphing calculators that aid in SAT preparation and test-taking. The company was featured in The New York Times the year it was started and has grown increasingly popular among high school students, Myers says. The company’s Web site is www.highersat.com.
The annual Teague Scholarship, worth $1,000, is funded by the Oscar B. Teague and Mossie S. Teague Foundation in Greensboro.
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