Surviving Voices Scholarship (Communication,, Media, Persuasion Dept Local Scholarship)

For Academic Year 2018-2019 – The Surviving Voices (Arts and Letters) Scholarship is for undergraduate students (any class level) majoring in the College of Arts and Letters. Minimum GPA of 3.0 or greater. Two page essay required. The Surviving Voices scholarship seeks to help students who have a sustained interest in researching and/or advocating for women who experience violence by providing them with scholarship funding. This scholarship is offered to humanities students because the humanities foster the kind of exploration, understanding, and creative thinking capable of provoking thought and demonstrating how alternative perspectives can help develop important strategies for combating violence against women in its many forms. This scholarship is made possible by donations secured through the Surviving Voices event.

Award
Varies
Scopes
Arts & Letters, General
Deadline
04/20/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. STATEMENT: Please (upload/attach) a 2 page essay in 12 pt, Times New Roman (double-spaced) that responds to the following questions: How will you use your education to bring awareness to and/or productively explore violence against women across the globe? How can this benefit your community? Please be aware that strong emphasis is placed on this section of the application by the selection committee. Be as complete as possible.