Center for the Education of Women
Center for the Education of Women
Purpose: To honor the academic performance of women students at the University of Michigan. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must be undergraduate, graduate, and full-time or part-time students attending the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Flint, Dearborn Campuses); must have experienced a lapse of at least 48 consecutive months and 50 non-consecutive months any time after graduation from high school; and have not received a scholarship. Criteria: Awards are given based on academic merit.
Funds Avail.: $1,000-$8,000. Number Awarded: 40. To
Apply: Contact the scholarship committee for the application forms and for information about the program. Contact: Roxann Keating 734-764-7271.
Purpose: To recognize an incoming MBA student who has demonstrated the highest academic standing. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must be female MBA students who are currently enrolled in the second year of study; must demonstrate academic excellence; must have a working experience of no less than four years; must have excellent communication skills and leadership ability. Criteria: Applicants are evaluated based on academic excellence and financial need.
Funds Avail.: $30,000. To Apply: Applicants are advised to visit the organization for the application procedure. Deadline: February 1.
Purpose: To promote every woman's career, leadership, education, growth and development, healing and wellbeing. Focus: Women's studies. Qualif.: Applicants must be undergraduate students. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on the submitted proposals.
Funds Avail.: $750. To Apply: Applicants must send an applications which includes the applicant's name, address, contact number, email address, and student ID number; proposal (2 pages) accompanied with project budget; a statement of support from an advisor; a curriculum vitae; and proof of IRB approval for the project (if relevant). Submit application packets to: Dr. Jean Waltman, Center for the Education of Women 330 E Liberty St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2289. Contact: Jean Waltman, [email protected] umich.edu.
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