2012-2013 Undergraduate Scholarships. HAZEL AND GENE FRANKLIN SCHOLARSHIP
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HAZEL AND GENE FRANKLIN SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is available for both graduate and undergraduate students. Applicants must have at least two semesters remaining in their degree program. Applicants must present evidence of academic excellence and professional commitment
FLORENCE GUILL GARNER SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is available to Child and Family Development majors enrolled in the college who intend to become certified to teach.
DOE HARDEN SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to either a graduate or undergraduate student who has demonstrated outstanding academic performance, professional potential and student leadership. Financial need will be a primary consideration. 4-H activity will be rewarded and should be documented.
GRACE HARTLEY SCHOLARSHIPS
Two scholarships are available to students majoring in Consumer Journalism. In addition to academic excellence, evidence of leadership ability and professional interest must be presented. Applicants must attain junior standing by the beginning of the academic year for which the scholarship is awarded. A successful junior applicant may apply for continuance of the scholarship through the senior year.
REBECCA ALLISON HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is dedicated to the memory of the infant daughter of John and Elizabeth Hitchcock of Milledgeville. The scholarship is open to Child and Family Development majors currently enrolled in the College who are seeking to pursue the Child Life Option and work with seriously ill children and their families.
OPAL WARD JONES SCHOLARSHIP
Students who have reached junior standing and have a minimum of 30 semester hours of work as a student enrolled in the college are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Professional and campus activities should provide evidence of leadership potential.
LEONORA ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is available to undergraduate students who have been accepted or are currently enrolled in the Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors Department.
ZENA BROWN SCHOLARSHIPThis scholarship is for undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. Criteria for the scholarship is based on merit.
WILLIAM O. CASTER SCHOLARSHIP
Dr. William O. Caster was a professor in the department of Foods and Nutrition, who held a deep interest in the sciences related to Nutrition. His colleagues, former students, and friends created this fund in his memory. It is intended to fund a graduate or undergraduate student studying Nutrition Science with a superior academic record and ability in scientific inquiry
LOIS DOWDLE COBB SCHOLARSHIP
This award is for an undergraduate student in the College who has excelled in 4-H. Participation in 4-H must be documented.
IRIS PRICE DOVER SCHOLARSHIP
Iris Price Dover attended Georgia Southern University for two years and transferred to UGA following her sisters, Virginia Price Turner and Marion Price Elkin. Mrs. Dover believed her FACS background gave her a well-rounded education that prepared her for life. She and her sisters have created a true family legacy by establishing three endowments in our College.
MARION LOUISE PRICE ELKIN SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors during the academic year for which the award is made. At least 30 semester hours must be remaining to complete the degree program. Demonstrated financial need will be considered. Preference will be given to applicants from Washington, Johnson, Columbia or Toombs counties.
PEARCE L. AND MARY WELLS ELKINS SCHOLARSHIP
The Pearce L. and Mary Wells Elkins scholarship is available for an undergraduate student over the traditional age (25+) with demonstrated financial need. The student must be currently enrolled in the College and have a minimum GPA or predicted GPA of 3.0.
ROSABELLE CARR KOELSCHE SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College. Undergraduate applicants should have at least 45 semester hours of coursework remaining in which to complete their programs.
MARIAN CHESNUT MCCULLERS SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship shall be awarded to either a graduate or undergraduate student in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences with a preference given but not limited to students in the Housing and consumer Economics Department.
The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support to an undergraduate student from Georgia in the department of Housing and Consumer Economics within the College
GEORGE GRIFFETH AND LEOLENE CHAPMAN MONTGOMERY SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to undergraduate students who are sophomores, juniors, or seniors in the year for which the award will be given and have at least 30 semester hours remaining to complete their degree program. Financial need will be taken into consideration, and preference will be given to applicants from Jackson or Marion counties.
GLADYS F. (NANNIE) NESBITT/FLATT ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT FUND
This scholarship is available to students in human nutrition or other majors related to the Food Industry who have demonstrated service and involvement in extracurricular activities such as student governance and leadership. Financial need will be considered.
EMILY QUINN POU AND JOE (J.W.) POU SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in the College who have at least two semesters remaining in which to complete their degree program.
MELYNDA FLATT REID DIETETICS SCHOLARSHIP
Given in memory of his daughter, Melynda Flatt Reid, Dr. Bill Flatt recognized students who are working to promote healthy lifestyles and good nutrition. This scholarship should be awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in Dietetics who has demonstrated leadership and service within UGA. GPA should be considered but not as the primary criterion.
PAM MCINTYRE THOMPSON, R.D. SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is specified for a senior dietetics student. The recipient must be a Georgia resident with at least a 3.2 GPA.
NANCY VIRGINIA PRICE TURNER SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors during the academic year for which the award will be made. At least 30 semester hours must be remaining to complete the degree program. Demonstrated financial need will be considered. Preference will be given to applicants from Washington, Johnson or Oglethorpe counties.
MARIAN WANG SCHOLARSHIP
The Marian Wang scholarship recognizes an outstanding Family and Consumer Sciences undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Dietetics
KARIN E. WILLIS SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is open to graduate and undergraduate students with a minimum GPA of 2.75, and is renewable. Preference will be given to student athletes, including cheerleaders and twirlers.
Return completed application and supporting materials to:
The Office of the Dean
The College of Family and
224 Dawson Hall
The University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-3622
Completed applications are due February 15, 2012