Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
For more information regarding scholarships, please visit the SSWA website or call (435) 797-2504.
The Mackenzie Madden Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Mehdi Heravi Endowed Scholarship in Social Work
Evelyn Hodges and Theodore R.E. Lewis Social Work Scholarship
Frances Handwerger Memorial Scholarship
LuAnn M. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship
Social Work Trust Scholarship
Jennifer Lyman Strange Scholarship
Human Rights and Social Justice Ambassadorship
Deadline to apply: October 1, 2018 (for the 2018-19 school year)
The purpose of the Ambassadorship is to recognize and encourage students who are declared SSWA majors or minors (Sociology, Social Work, Anthropology, or Criminal Justice) who have a commitment to promoting and protecting human rights and social justice through scholarship, advocacy, and action. Scholarship will be evaluated based on students’ demonstrated academic success (minimum 3.0 GPA). Advocacy and Action will be evaluated based on students’ demonstrated efforts in community service, public outreach/programming, civic/political engagement, and activity in professional organizations as is appropriate to the student’s discipline. For more information regarding the Ambassadorship, please contact Derrik Tollefson, SSWA Ambassadorship Committee Chair, at (435) 797-9296 or email@example.com.