Reid Huffman, a senior Honors student pursuing a B.S. in Applied Discrete Mathematics and a B.B.A. in Music Business, has been awarded a scholarship from the Southeastern Actuaries Conference (SEAC). Each year the Southeastern Actuaries Conference funds actuarial science scholarships for full-time students at universities and colleges in the Southeast who have demonstrated a commitment to pursuing a career in the actuarial field. In 2010, it awarded six scholarships totaling $10,000. The SEAC has been in existence since 1949 and provides continuing education opportunities for their members and colleagues in the actuarial profession in the southeast United States.
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