Nominate Your Instructor for CengageBrain’s Greatest Professor Award!

Nominate Your Instructor for CengageBrains Greatest Professor Award!Show your appreciation for your favorite college instructor! Nominate your instructor for the CengageBrain Greatest Professor Award and we’ll create five honorary $500 scholarships in their name!

Why should you nominate your instructor? It’s a win-win! You recognize your instructor’s achievements with a nomination, we will recognize your gesture by automatically entering you to win one of three $50 Visa gift cards!

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America’s Top TA 2013 Competition by CengageBrain awards impactful TAs with scholarships in their names

Teaching assistants from UAB, UIUC and MSU voted favorite in the nation

This spring, college students from around the country were able to nominate and vote for America’s Top TA by CengageBrain. Today, the three winners are finally in with a combined total of over 750 votes. Congratulations to:

  • Megan Sugrue – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Mioy Huynh – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Cameron Keif – Michigan State University

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Confused about college majors? Help find the one for you with our free personality test!

Carl Jung

Carl Jung in 1910. Myers and Briggs extrapolated their MBTI theory from Jung’s writings in his book Psychological Types.

Choosing among all the different college majors is one of the most important decisions that you’ll make in your life. One factor to consider in making your choice is how it will match with your personality type. We’ve included here a free personality test that will give you an idea of a direction to start with.

One method of personality assessment is the Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (KTS®-II). This 70-question quiz is the most widely used personality assessment in the world according to Keirsey assigns personality types to four main groups: Artisans™, Guardians™, Rationals™ and Idealists™. Within each category are four sub-categories that are referred to as “character types.” Read more