|Departments: Multicultural Affairs||Categories: Diversity | Extracurricular Activities|
|Amount||One award of $500.|
Awarded to a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior who will be enrolled for the full academic year following notification of the award. The applicant shall have demonstrated active involvement and a passion for social justice and inclusion. Students who have a demonstrated record of engagement in the Black Student Association (BSA) or the Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) also should receive priority. The donors intend for the scholarship to encourage student leaders to be a voice of change on campus.
While financial need should not be a priority in selecting the best recipient, it should be a consideration if there is more than one outstanding applicant with equal qualifications.
This scholarship is not intended to be renewed for the same student from year to year.
Go to the Gold for Blugolds Scholarship Network. Complete the Multicultural Affairs Scholarship Application.
|Selection Procedure||A committee consisting of the advisors for BSA and SOL as well as the director of Office of Multicultural Affairs shall review the applications and select the recipient.|
|Notification||A letter will be sent to recipients by the director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.|
Angie Hambrick is the Director of the Diversity Center at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. She graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in communication and completed her master's degree at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.
Angela Pittman Taylor, also a communications graduate, received her master's from UW-Milwaukee. Angela is the vice president of public relations for Robert W. Baird & Co. in Milwaukee.
The two women were friends in college and have remained close since graduating. As students, they were active in multicultural activities on campus and were passionate and dedicated student leaders in the areas of inclusion and social justice. They are working to engage other multicultural alumni to support this collective scholarship effort as a visible testament to their desire to 'pay it forward' by encouraging current and future students to find their voices and be leaders for change.