The Electronic Software Association has chosen 30 US students to receive a $3,000 grant, Destructoid reports. The mini-scholarship go to those studying a gaming-related discipline in the 2012-2013 academic year, and have been snaffled by students in computer science, animation, programming, graphic design and software engineering, among others. For details on the ESA Foundation’s goals and ideals, visit its website.
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