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Aerospace

For information regarding scholarships offered through Aerospace Studies, please contact Aerospace Studies at (435)797-8723

AFROTC - HSSP Type 7
Scholarships pay for students to go to colleges where the tuition is less than $9,000 per year. Interested students should apply online at http://www.afrotc.com by December 1. Applicants must be U.S. citizens prior to activation, must be at least 17 years old before scholarship activation, must be less than 31 years old before December 31st of the year they are being commissioned, and must never have enrolled full_time at a college, except for joint high school/college programs. For additional information, visit http://www.afrotc.com or contact the Aerospace Studies Department.
AFROTC - HSSP Type I
Scholarships pay full college tuition and fees. Interested students should apply online at http://www.afrotc.com by December 1. Applicants must be U.S. citizens prior to activation, must be at least 17 years old before scholarship activation, must be less than 31 years old before December 31st of the year they are being commissioned, and must never have enrolled full_time at a college, except for joint high school/college programs. For additional information, visit http://www.afrotc.com or contact the Aerospace Studies Department.
AFROTC - HSSP Type II
Scholarships pay up to $18,000 per year for tuition and fees. Interested students should apply online at http://www.afrotc.com by December 1. Applicants must be U.S. citizens prior to activation, must be at least 17 years old before scholarship activation, must be less than 31 years old before December 31st of the year they are being commissioned, and must never have enrolled fulltime at a college, except for joint high school/college programs. For additional information, visit http://www.afrotc.com or contact the Aerospace Studies Department.
AFROTC in College Programs
Scholarships of up to $15,000 per year for tuition are available to qualified students. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, must pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, and must meet age, moral, and medical eligibility requirements for AFROTC. For current information, contact the Aerospace Studies Department.
Colonel Doyle "Dode" Rees & Colonel Vernon M. Buehler
Earnings from this scholarship will provide scholarships for one cadet in the Air Force ROTC and one cadet in the Army ROTC in recognition of exceptionally scholarly performance. Please contact the Aerospace Studies office for additional information.
Lieutenant Peter "Joe" Lacey
Recipients of this Scholarship shall meet the criteria of being married, contracted Military Science III cadets with financial need who are in pursuit of degrees and commissions, and who are ready to serve their country as required. Please contact the Aerospace Studies office for additional information.

Dean's Office

Students may apply for scholarships offered through the CHaSS Dean's Office by going to the CHaSS Scholarship Online Application site: usuchass.starsscholarshipsonline.com

Cache Valley Historical Society Scholarships
The Cache Valley Historical Society will award one or more $1,000 annual scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who are involved in a projec - research paper, thesis, archival collection, exhibit, etc. - focused on Cache Valley History. Applications and selection are completed directly through the Society.
Charles & Rae Perkins Scholars
The Perkins Scholarship was created in 2011 to support students in attaining their academic goals. Its founders, Charles and Rae Perkins, were from Brigham City and strong supporters of Utah State University. Students from the Brigham area are encouraged to apply. Students must be taking at least nine credits during the semester. The award is split between semesters, with half the amount given for each.
CHaSS Student Senator's Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded by the CHaSS student senator based on available funding and need. The award can be used for tuition, books, or fees. Students must take a minimum of 12 credits to qualify.
Dr. M. Judd & Helen G. Harmon Scholarship Fund
The income from the fund will be used to provide scholarships for deserving students within the College of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Political Science as determined by the Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Students must take a minimum of six credits to apply. The award is split between semesters.
Hubbard Family Scholarship
This scholarship is open to all students attending Utah State University. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated interest and ability in the field of creative writing (in memory of Grant Hubbard Redford and Gwennie Hubbard Redford) and to students who have demonstrated interest in, and commitment to, the protection of the Earth's ecosystems. This is a full scholarship award. Students must take a minimum of 12 credits each semester to qualify. The award is split between semesters.
Liberal Arts & Science Develop
This award is available to Liberal Arts majors and is based on academic performance and need. Applications are solicited through the CHaSS Advising Center. Awards may be used for tuition, books, or fees.
Student Opportunity Scholarship Award
This scholarship is awarded from private donations from various donors. Candidates are solicited annually through the scholarship process and awarded based on need and performance.
The Seely-Hinckley Scholarship
The primary aim of this award is to provide scholarships at Utah State University for students of superior attainment who otherwise would be unable to attend, or who would be delayed in attending, the University. This scholarship is awarded through the Presiden's Office based on recommendation from the Dean of the College.

English

For information regarding scholarships offered through the deparment of English, please contact the department at (435)797-2733

Alice Gorton Hart Endowment
This Award is given to a returning senior student who is an outstanding writer of poetry (as 1st choice), or who is an outstanding creative writer in general (as 2nd choice), GPAs achieved in nonliterary subjects shall not be relevant to this selection.
Blanche Stewart Firestone Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship supports undergraduates pursuing studies in English Education or Literary Studies, giving preference to female students. The donor's intent is for this scholarship to benefit students who are descendants of parents born in the United States of America.
Carlton and Edna Culmsee Scholarship
Recipients of the Culmsee Scholarship should demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. For details, contact English Department.
Dan C. and Manon Caine Russell Annual Graduate Fellowship in English
Initiated through the generosity of Dan and Manon Russell. Recipients shall be graduate students of English who demonstrate professional promise and who are enrolled full-time. Please contact the English Department for additional information.
Department of English Book Scholarship
Awards for undergraduate students majoring in English. Selection based upon academic accomplishments and financial need. For details, contact English Department.
Donna Benson Lee Scholarship
Candidates for this Scholarship should be junior or senior students majoring in English with a focus on English education to prepare for teaching in secondary schools. They should demonstrate financial need, with a GPA of at least 3.4.
Edith Welch Morgan Scholarship (Writing Contest)
Receipts must be an enrolled as graduate or undergraduate at USU during the time they hold the scholarship. Open to any students who are serious creative writers, and financial need shall not be a criterion for determining the award.
English Renaissance Scholarship
Contact the Department of English for more details.
Esther V. Erickson Wrigley Scholarship
The Robert L. Wrigley family presents two scholarships annually in memory of Mrs. Wrigley. Scholarships are given to juniors or seniors majoring in English. Contact Department of English for details.
Frances I. and Parker B. Arnett Scholarship
Candidates for this scholarship should be upper-division students who are studying British literature and maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Recipients shall be chosen by the scholarship selection committee of the Dept. of English.
J. C. Fonnesbeck Scholarship in English
Students majoring in English with financial need and high academic standing may apply for this scholarship, established in memory of her father by Alice Fonnesbeck Gardner. Contact Department of English for details.
Janice Judge Dee Scholarship
For students pursuing a degree in English, emphasizing literary studies. For details, contact English Department.
Jenny and Thad Box Creative Writing Scholarship
Earnings from the Jenny and Thad Box Scholarship will be used to support students in the department of English who show potential to be superior writers.
Louise Christiansen Clyde English Scholarship Fund
This endowment, established in honor of Mrs. Clyde, a 1941 USU graduate in English, is for undergraduate students majoring in English. Contact English Department for details.
Lucile C. Reading Scholarship for Students of Children's Literature
A bequest from Mrs. Reading, who wrote and edited children's literature, for English majors at USU who plan to teach, study, or write for children. Contact English Department for details.
Lynn Langer Meeks Fellowship
Established to provide financial support for a graduate student(s) in literature and writing whose primary interest is in the teaching of expository writing, with preference given to established English teachers, of more than 3 years service, who are returning for a master's degree.
Mabel Walker Carlson English Scholarship
Awarded to English majors in need of financial assistance. Contact English Department for details.
Moyle Q. Rice Graduate Scholarship
Given to graduate students majoring in English. Contact the English Department for more information.
N. A. Pedersen Scholarship in English
Undergraduate students majoring in English, who have high academic standing and financial need, may apply for this scholarship given in the memory of Dr. N. A. Pedersen, former Department Chairman and Dean at USU. Contact Department of English for details.
Peter O. Holmgren Scholarship
Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior student in the humanities division of the College of CHaSS. For application and more details, contact English Department.
Ralph Jennings Smith Creative Writing Scholarship
An award consisting of one semester's tuition and fees is presented to an undergraduate or graduate student who is a serious creative writer. Recipient is selected based on a creative writing contest.
Veneta Leatham Nielsen Scholarship
Recipients should demonstrate professional promise and have a GPA of at least 3.0. Priority shall be given to candidates majoring in English and minoring in the classics, with an emphasis on classical literature of the world. Contact English Department for further information.

History

For information regarding scholarships offered through the deparment of History, please contact the department at (435)797-1290

Charles S. and Betty Peterson Editorial Fellowship
May be used as a graduate student summer research award. For details, contact History Department.
F. Ross Peterson Scholarship
To be awarded to non-traditional students with high academic records and financial need. Contact the History department for more information.
Greg Carr History Graduate
Awarded at the discretion of the History Department in support of graduate student recruitment and travel. Contact the History department for more information.
History Department Scholarship
To be awarded to students with outstanding academic records and financial need. Contact the History department for more information.
J. Duncan Brite Scholarship
In memory of Professor Brite, this scholarship is given to an outstanding junior studying non-American history for use during the senior year. Awards are based on two semesters of tuition. Contact History Department for details.
Milner Graduate Fellowship
For more information contact Western Historical Quarterly.
Preston J. Nibley History Scholarship
A full-tuition scholarship for one year to be awarded to an outstanding history student. Contact the History Department for details.
Religious Studies
Awarded to outstanding undergraduates in Religious Studies. No application necessary. Contact the History department for more information.
Robert Utley Scholarship
For more information contact Western Historical Quarterly.
S. George Ellsworth Graduate Editorial Fellowship
In memory of Professor Ellsworth, this scholarship is given to an outstanding junior studying American history for use during the senior year. Awards are based on two semesters of tuition. Contact Western Historical Quarterly.
S. George Ellsworth Scholarship
For History majors interested in American History with an outstanding scholastic record in history as well as other university work. For more information contact Western Historical Quarterly.
W. Mont Timmons
A cash prize awarded by the Timmons family for the best essay on an aspect of pioneering in Cache Valley. Open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
Weston G. Henrie Scholarship
Recipients shall be Logan High seniors beginning college study who demonstrate high academic achievement, superior capabilities, promise in social studies, personal integrity, a high sense of moral and social responsibility, and financial need. For details, contact History Department.

Intensive English Language Institute

For information regarding scholarships offered through the IELI program, please contact the IELI program at (435)797-1092

Osamu Fujiwara Scholarship
This Scholarship is for an undergraduate student who has completed all of level 4 in the Intensive English Language Institute at USU, has been accepted by an undergraduate department at USU and plans to obtain a bachelors degree from USU. Applicants need to have a 3.3 cumulative GPA.Contact Intensive English Language Institute for more information.
Yoko Elsner Scholarship
This Scholarship is for an undergraduate student who has completed all of level 4 in the Intensive English Language Institute at USU, has been accepted by an undergraduate department at USU and plans to obtain a bachelors degree from USU. Applicants need to have a 3.3 cumulative GPA. Contact Intensive English Language Institute for more information.

Journalism & Communication

For information regarding scholarships offered through the deparment of JCOM, please contact the department at (435) 797-3292

Glacus G. and Marie B. Merrill Scholarship
Through the generosity of a Utah radio pioneer, the Merrill Endowment provides scholarships for promising JCOM majors, with preference given to students from Northern Utah who are interested in broadcasting. Contact the department of Journalism and Communication for more information.
Jay W. Glasmann Family Scholarship
Endowed by the former owners of the Ogden Standard Examiner, the Glasmann Family Endowment funds scholarships for students with demonstrated high academic achievement, having leadership potential, and who intend to pursue journalism careers. Preference to candidates from Weber, Box Elder, Morgan, and Davis Counties. For application details, contact Department of Journalism and Communication.
Joseph A. "Andy" Hays Scholarship
Endowed by a former vice president of the Chicago Tribune Corp. Candidates for this Scholarship should be junior JCOM majors with a minimum 3.0 GPA, who are leaders in student activities, and have demonstrated financial need. Contact the department of Journalism and Communication for more information.
Josey Barnes Wayman Scholarship in Broadcast Journalism
Established by a 1951 USU communication graduate who was a pioneer for women in broadcast journalism, the Wayman Scholarship offers stipends to junior and senior women in broadcast journalism who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need, and who intend careers in broadcasting. For details, contact Department of Journalism and Communication.
Lane M. Palmer Scholarship
Created in memory of a 1943 alumnus who went on to become the editor and owner of "The Farm News", Palmer Scholarships are intended for outstanding students who can show financial need, with preference given to students in print journalism from Box Elder County. Contact the department of Journalism and Communication for more information.
Lee C. and Sarah Jean Frischknecht Internship
Established in 2005 by Sara Frischknecht, the Frischknecht Scholarship/Internship honors the memory of a 1951 USU speech and radio graduate who became president of National Public Radio. Recipients will work with KUSU Radio in the creation of radio news/feature packages. Contact the department of Journalism and Communication for more information.
Salt Lake Tribune Scholarship
Recipients of the Salt Lake Tribune Scholarships in Journalism shall be in Journalism or otherwise have demonstrated a serious intent on pursuing professional journalism as a career. There shall be no specific preference on academic standing (i.e., freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior). Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded based upon either financial need or academic achievement.
Wilford D. Porter Memorial Scholarship
Endowed by JCOM alumni and friends in memory of their professor, Wilford D. Porter, one of the first journalism teachers at USU, this scholarship is for students who demonstrate the high journalistic standards to which Professor Porter dedicated his career. Contact the department of Journalism and Communication for more information.

Languages, Philosophy, Department and Communication Studies

For information regarding scholarships offered through the deparment of Languages, Philosophy, and Speech Communication , please contact the department at (435)797-1209

Brett C. Blanch Scholarship
Awarded to outstanding Junior in Philosophy. Student must be an academic major in Philosophy, show minimum of 9 upper division credits toward a Philosophy major (taken at USU), and have 3.5 or higher GPA in the major. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Carl T. Degener Scholarship
Awarded to outstanding Junior majoring in a foreign Language. Applicants' record must show minimum of 9 upper division credits toward the major taken at USU, (Excluding credit in 3880/4880/4920 courses or equivalent). Applicants must have a 3.7 or higher GPA in the major. Recipients must take at least one upper division class in their major and show satisfactory progress toward the degree during each semester of their senior year. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Gene W. and Ruth Miller Family Scholarship
Provides scholarship support for students majoring in Languages in the Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies. Applicants must be an academic major in Languages. Applicants' record must show a minimum of 9 upper division credits toward the major that they have either taken at USU or are currently enrolled in at USU. Applicants must have at least one more semester of classes to complete at USU. Applicants must have a 3.0 or higher GPA in the major. (Per family request, preference given to female students with 3.0 GPA or above). Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Harold J. Kinzer - Speech Scholarship
Awarded to outstanding student in Communication Studies. Applicants must be an academic major in Communication Studies. Applicants must have a minimum of 9 upper division credits toward the major and enrolled at USU with a 3.5 or higher GPA in the major. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Jaime Cantarovici Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to outstanding undergraduate majoring in Spanish. Record must show at least one_half (17) credits completed in the Spanish major program. Students must have earned 91 credit hours (have Senior status) at the beginning of the award year. Recipients must take at least one upper division class in Spanish and show satisfactory progress toward the degree during the award year. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Jean Inness Scholarship
Awarded to an upper_division or graduate student. Applicants must have a 3.0 grade point average and maintain that average while receiving the scholarship. Applicants must carry at least twelve hours per semester. Although the primary interest is French, Spanish may be substituted if there is no acceptable candidate. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
Thain Scholarship
Awarded to High School seniors enrolling at USU who have a least a 3.5 GPA. Recipient must matriculate in a philosophy or language course. Contact Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies for details.
The Raymond T. Coward and Andrea S. Coward Global Communications Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship will provide tuition and international internships or study abroad programs (including travel support) for students interested in a career in Global Communication. The Donors request that the University in choosing the recipient of the scholarship, select students who are juniors or seniors with a 3.0 average or above.

Military Science

For information regarding scholarships offered through Military Science, please contact Military Science at (435) 797-7682

Colonel Doyle "Dode" Rees & Colonel Vernon M. Buehler
Earnings from this scholarship will provide scholarships for one cadet in the Air Force ROTC and one cadet in the Army ROTC in recognition of exceptionally scholarly performance. Please contact the Aerospace Studies office for additional information.

Mountain West Center for Regional Studies

For information regarding scholarships offered through the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies, please contact the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies at (435)797-0299 or email mwc@usu.edu.

Conway B. and Elaine W. Sonne Scholarship
Recipients shall be graduating high school seniors with leadership experience and potential. Candidates chosen by the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies. For details, contact the Mountain West Center.
Garth N. and Verda Marie Clegg-Jones and Family Scholarship
Awarded to graduate or upper level undergraduate (junior or senior) students pursuing a degree within a humanities or social sciences field, including economics. For details, contact the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies. This award is advertised during fall semester and awarded for spring semester.
Reed L. and Cleone Rich Frischknecht and Family Scholarship
This award is solicited through the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies and is available to graduate or senior level undergraduate students with a record of high academic achievement and an interest in a career in public service, majoring in economics, humanities, or social sciences. For more information contact the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies.
The African-American Leadership Award
This award is solicited through the Registrar's Office in partnership with the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies, and is available to graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership both in their high schools and in their communities and who show special talent and the potential for continued leadership. Recipients of the award shall have a strong background in African American culture and community, and be a Utah resident and US citizen. For more information contact the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies.

Political Science

For information regarding scholarships offered through the department of Political Science, please contact the department at (435)797-1306

Asa and Vivian Bullen Prelaw Scholarship
Donated in memory of his parents by Richard H. Bullen, this endowment provides resident tuition scholarships for two outstanding prelaw students, senior year only. For details, contact Political Science Department.
Cynthia Farr Bylund Scholarship
This endowment, established by Cynthia Farr Bylund, a 1978 political science graduate, honors a junior or senior majoring in Political Science who demonstrates superior potential in the field, personal integrity, and high social and ethical responsibility. GPA is not the main criteria for selection. For details, contact Department of Political Science.
David Heiner Memorial Scholarship
For details, contact Department of Political Science.
Douglas Ralph Bean Scholarship
Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic achievement and is majoring in Political Science. Preference may be given to a student who demonstrates financial need. For details, contact Department of Political Science.
H. Preston Thomas Scholarship
For more information contact Department of Political Science.
Harmon Scholarship
For more information contact Department of Political Science.
John S. and Unita Welch Prelaw Scholarship
Provides resident tuition scholarships, senior year only, for outstanding students who have been accepted to an accredited law school. For details, contact Department of Political Science.
Milan and Patricia Crane Scholarship
For more information contact Department of Political Science.
Milton R. Merrill Scholarship
Junior or senior students are eligible to receive this scholarship each academic year. Award is based on merit and GPA. For more information contact Department of Political Science.
PI Sigma Alpha Scholarship
For more information contact Department of Political Science.

Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology

For information regarding scholarships offered through the department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology, please contact the department at (435)797-1230

Cache Valley Cooperative Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a graduate student in Sociology whose thesis or dissertation work focuses in some way on cooperative social organizations and processes, particularly those related to agricultural systems.
Calvin R. & Janet E. Mauer Fellowship
Recipients shall be students demonstrating professional promise, pursuing an advanced degree in sociology, and enrolled as full-time graduate student for the duration of their fellowship award period. Contact Sociology Graduate Program for details.
Dean Gary Kiger Scholarship
This Fellowship was established in honor of the late Dr. Gary Kiger, a valued colleague in the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology and former Dean of USU's College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. It is awarded to highly_qualified Sociology program students based on the recommendation of the Sociology Program's Director of Graduate Students. For more information contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
Don C. Sparks Scholarship
Candidates must be junior or senior students majoring in sociology who demonstrate financial need and have a GPA of at least 3.0 For details, contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
Earl A. and Carmen D. Frederickson Graduate Research Assistantship
Preference given to entering graduate students with interest in gender research. Recommendations given to the department head of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology from the Women and Gender Research Institute. Contact Sociology Graduate Program for details.
Edward O. Moe Fellowship
Recipients should demonstrate academic achievement and be majoring in sociology. Contact Sociology Graduate Program for details.
Evelyn Hodges and Theodore R. E. Lewis Social Work Scholarship
In honor of Evelyn Lewis, USU�s first faculty member in Social Work, and her husband Theodore, this scholarship is awarded to undergraduate social work majors, maintaining a 3.0 GPA and showing promise for success in social work. For details, contact Social Work faculty.
Frances Handwerger Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2004 by her daughter, Terry Peak. Awarded to an undergraduate social work major on the basis of a combination of merit, need, and topical interest (aging and/or women's issues). Contact Social Work faculty for details.
Gordon N. and Dolores M. Keller Scholarship
This is an endowed scholarship that is awarded in the spring term of years that the endowment generates funds. The scholarships are awarded competitively to anthropology majors who have shown academic excellence in their anthropology coursework and a commitment to hands_on anthropological experiences outside the classroom. The Keller committee also considers financial need in making award decisions. Contact Anthropology faculty for details.
Joseph A. and Grace W. Geddes Research Scholarship
For PhD and/or Master's candidates majoring in sociology to use for research. Contact Sociology Graduate Program for details.
Lowry and Florence Nelson Fellowship in Rural Sociology
This fellowship was established in recognition of Dr. Lowry Nelson's contributions to the development of rural sociology as a major subdiscipline. It is awarded to highly_qualified Sociology program graduate students whose areas of interest focus on rural communities and rural social change. For more information contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
LuAnn M. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Miss Hamilton, a baccalaureate graduate of the USU Social Work Program. Earnings from the fund are awarded to a junior or first semester senior social work student, on the basis of scholarship, initiative, character, and professional promise. Contact Social Work faculty for details.
O. Guy Cardon and M. N. Neuberger Scholarship in Social Science
This fellowship was established by the Bluebird Candy Company in Logan in honor of the late O. Guy Cardon and the late M.N. Nueberger. Highly_qualified undergraduate students in Sociology are designated to receive this award by the Sociology undergraduate program coordinator (applications not accepted). For more information contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
R. Welling Roskelley International Development Graduate Scholarship
Graduate students majoring in sociology and interested in international development may apply. For details, contact Sociology Graduate Program.
Social Work Scholarship
Earnings from an endowment fund established in 1937 provide an annual scholarship award for a student majoring in social work. Contact Social Work faculty for details.
Terry and David Peak Scholarship
The Terry and David Peak Scholarship is for MSW students only. Applicants for this scholarship will be selected based on merit, need and demonstrated commitment to the values of the discipline of social work. Contact Social Work faculty for details.
USU Anthropology Scholarship
Established by members of the USU anthropology faculty. Recipients must be studying anthropology. Scholarship may not be given yearly. Contact Anthropology faculty for details.
Wade Huff & Kathryn Kirkham Andrews Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the late Dr. Wade H. Andrews and his wife Kathryn to help support highly qualified Sociology graduate students whose areas of interest focus on issues related to the environment and natural resources. For more information contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
Young-Chul Hong Scholarship
This fellowship was established by Mr. Y.C. Hong to promote graduate training and scholarship in the area of international sociology. It is awarded to highly_qualified Sociology program students whose areas of interest focus on issues related to international development or international social change processes. For more information contact Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology.
Yun and Wendy Kim Graduate Fellowship
Student must be enrolled to become enrolled in the demography graduate program. Applicant must demonstrate academic achievement, superior potential and commitment to pursue a career in population and development. Preference should be given to students interested in the effects of population and development on Asian society.