||One award of $900.
| Eligibility Criteria
||Awarded to an outstanding junior or senior accepted into the College of Business. Applicants must have a demonstrated passion for their field of study (evidence of this could include participation in an internship, study abroad, student-faculty collaborative research, entrepreneur program participation, sales competitions, student investment management program participation), show potential for success as demonstrated by a grade point average of 3.0 or better, and be held in high regard by peers and faculty, as demonstrated by leadership positions held in campus student organizations AND reference from one COB faculty member.
| Application Procedure
||Application forms are found in the COB, and should be accompanied by a copy of an academic transcript and a resume. An incomplete application packet will disqualify a student from scholarship consideration.
| Application Deadline
||Contact the College of Business for more information.
| Selection Procedure
||The COB Scholarship Committee will select the recipient.
| Selection Deadline
||Before the end of spring semester.
||The assistant dean will send a letter to the recipient and submit a scholarship award form to Financial Aid for each recipient.
| Special Notes
||This scholarship was created in 2007 in memory of Jennifer Alexander, a 2006 UW-Eau Claire graduate with a bachelor's degree in finance. Jennifer died suddenly from a heart condition while working out near her home in Minneapolis, MN. This scholarship reflects Jennifer's passion for her work, sports and friends, her determination to succeed and to do the best in any endeavor she undertook. She had a vibrant personality, and was able to talk to anyone. Her smile made you feel welcomed. Jennifer's parents, Diane and Harry, siblings Matthew and Melissa and fiancé, Curt Mayenschein (a 2007 graduate), want this scholarship to be a lasting tribute to Jennifer and her short, but meaningful life.
| Thank You
||The recipient is encouraged to send a thank you note to Diane and Harry Alexander, in care of the UW-Eau Claire Foundation.