An outstanding scholarship opportunity for students interested in public service.
Application Deadline: March 25, 2019 11:59 PM
Submit all materials ONLINE
Conditions of Eligibility:
* A current full-time JUNIOR (becoming a Senior by Fall 2019).
* Must be enrolled full-time for Fall 2018, Winter 2019, and Spring 2019 quarters.
* Currently enrolled in ANY MAJOR within THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL ECOLOGY
* Must be a graduating senior by June 2020
* Interested in and planning for a career in PUBLIC SERVICE:
(Public service includes government at any level, public interest organizations,
HOW TO APPLY:
1. Complete the Application Form posted here
$1,000 Cash Award - An outstanding Scholarship opportunity for students interested in research in the field of Criminology, Law and Society
Award Amount: $1,000
Professor Gilbert Geis, who taught in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society between 1970 and 1987, was one of the world's leading criminologists. His contributions to general criminological theory and to the sub-field of white-collar crime are well documented. This award is available due to the generosity of a former student of Gilbert Geis, a School of Social Ecology alumnus who was inspired by Professor Geis' research and teaching. He funded this award to encourage and support undergraduate students who are involved in research related to criminology, law and society. Students who are interested in attending graduate school are particularly urged to apply.
•Criminology, Law and Society major
•3.0 overall GPA
•Sophomore, Junior or Senior status
•Classes you must have taken before Spring 2019:
a. SE 10 Research Design
b. C7 Introduction to Criminology, Law and Society
c. One upper division (C100-C196) Criminology, Law and Society course.
•Separately provide one letter of recommendation from a Social Ecology (preferably CLS) faculty or graduate student directly to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships by the application deadline, March 25, 2019 11:59 PM.
•Applying online will be the first round of review for this award. Qualified applicants will be contacted in April 2019 to proceed to a second round in which a 1 to 3 page, double-spaced, typed paper outlining a proposed project that you might (but are not required to) conduct will be submitted. The proposed project may be based on "library research", be part of a faculty member's larger project, or be independent research.
The Dan and Jean Aldrich Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding junior student on the basis of merit. The recipient must be a graduating 4th year senior during the 2019-2020 academic year. The nominee should demonstrate academic excellence (suggested 3.0 GPA or higher), leadership, contribution to campus and community service. The Dan and Jean Aldrich Scholar will receive a $3,000 award for the 2016-2017 academic year. Fill out this application and personal statement (prompt on the application) and follow the procedures on the application for the deadline and submission process. One nomination from school will be chosen to move forward to the campus wide committee. If chosen to represent Social Ecology, you will be required to submit 3 letters of recommendation.
Nicholas Aeberhard was an active, popular and successful college student when an unfortunate accident took his life on New Year’s Eve in 1965.
The scholarship is given to an outstanding freshman based on personal integrity, student leadership, academics and involvement in campus and civic activities. Students must have completed 24 units by the end of winter quarter of their first year, which should not include Advanced Placement or repeat courses. The Nicholas Aeberhard Scholar will receive a $3,000 award for the 2019-2020 academic year. One nomination from school will be chosen to move forward to the campus wide committee. If chosen to represent Social Ecology, you will be required to submit 3 letters of recommendation.