Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle Awards
Each year the Circle grants awards and scholarships to women graduate students and it honors women “Rising Star” pre-tenure faculty staff members. The deadline to apply for the 2016 awards is Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016.
Each spring, the Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle (WPLC) makes several awards of up to $2,500 to graduate students. Women graduate students enrolled full-time (with a minimum of 6 credits) for the 2016-17 academic year in non-licensure degree programs who expect to complete their degrees by summer 2018 are eligible to apply. Students enrolled for dissertation-only credits are also eligible.
Previous recipients are not eligible to submit applications.
The application process includes completion of the online application form, submission of a resume and unofficial transcript (sent either by email or dropped off at 105 Burton Hall), and a CEHD faculty member's recommendation.
Below are the questions found on the online application, please answer them in 100 words or less.
1-Describe your academic goals, how they apply to your overall career goals, and comment on your academic progress.
2-Describe your leadership experience and unpaid extra-curricular volunteer activities (school, community, professional).
3-Based on the missions of the Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle and the College of Education and Human Development, how do your educational pursuits match and support these missions?
4-How will you use this award? Provide a detailed budget, for example, conference registration, dissertation, travel expenses, and/or tuition. You may request up to $2,500.
5-How will receiving this award impact you and others?
Rising Star Faculty Award
The WPLC will recognize a pre-tenure women faculty member in the College of Education and Human Development who has demonstrated leadership and creativity in an academic area as shown by research, teaching, and service. The recipient will receive a $1,000 award for professional development.
In addition to completing the form below, nominators must provide:
- A letter of nomination describing the nominee’s demonstrated record of leadership and creativity in an academic area as shown by research, teaching, and service. This statement may include other leadership activities in professional organizations, associations or community-based organizations such as school groups, and human service agencies. The nomination letter should be no more than two pages in length.
- A statement - written by the nominee - of 500 words or less that addresses her teaching philosophy and research and service interests.
- A copy of nominee’s curriculum vita.
The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, February 23, 2016.