This scholarship is to be awarded annually to a major in the Department of Sociology and Social Work. The recipient must be an outstanding student who has exhibited leadership qualities and service to the University.
This scholarship is for a graduate student pursuing a degree and career in public service. This includes, but is not limited to fields of study such as public administration, teaching, public health, or social work.
This scholarship provides a 4 year renewable award (amount subject to variation) to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science with preference for students from Kenosha County.
This scholarship was established to assist students who are seeking bachelor’s degree (or more advanced degrees) in registered nursing, licensed practical nursing, physical therapy, speech language pathology, occupational therapy, or social work
This scholarship is for high achieving first year students with financial need pursuing a degree from the College of Letters & Science. This scholarship supports Wisconsin resident students with demonstrated community involvement.
This scholarship is for aspiring physician junior or senior with financial need pursuing a degree from the College of Letters & Science. Applicants must be second or third year students at the time of application, have an excellent academic record with evidence of progress in pre-med coursework and demonstration of breadth...
This scholarship was created to support and inspire graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership in community service, and are passionate about and committed to improving the lives of children.
This scholarship is for second or third year College of Letters & Science students with a strong record of community/humanitarian service. The ideal scholarship candidate should exhibit a natural desire to provide for human welfare and a rational compassion for others.
This scholarship is for a new/entering master's student joining the Dietetics & Nutrition, Public Health, or Social Work programs and maintain full-time enrollment status, and good academic standing (3.
The Beinecke Scholarship Program was established in 1971 by the Board of Directors of The Sperry and Hutchinson Company to honor Edwin, Frederick, and Walter Beinecke. The Board created an endowment to provide substantial scholarships for the graduate education of young men and women of exceptional promise.
This scholarship was created to assist academically promising incoming or current undergraduate students who are passionate about and committed to pursuing a career either in social work or early childhood education in the State of Vermont.
This scholarship is for high achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science. Only students intending to major in particular STEM areas are eligible to apply.
This scholarship is for talented undergraduates and committed faculty together in a cooperative effort to improve student writing.
The program enables accomplished and enthusiastic student writers to share their writing skills and intellectual curiosity with other undergraduates.
This scholarship is for students studying anthropology, archaeology, criminology, economics, geography, history, international relations, philosophy, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, or urban studies.
This scholarship is for female of any age pursuing a bachelor's degree in areas such as but not limited to business, engineering, healthcare, education, technology, mathematics, or the sciences (social or basis).