|Departments: College of Arts and Sciences||Categories: Biology | Chemistry | Computer Science | Geography and Anthropology | Geology | Graduate Students | Materials Science | Physics and Astronomy | Research|
|Amount||Two awards of $1,300.|
Students must be juniors or seniors at the time of the receipt of the award, and enrolled and involved in science research projects at the University or in a science-related internship.
Additionally, the scholarship is available to a graduating senior who is pursuing an advanced degree in the sciences, including health-related occupations. Payment to graduate students will be made upon verification of enrollment in a graduate program.
The applicant must exhibit a high potential for success as a scientist or member of the medical profession. The student must have well-defined goals and realistic plans for reaching those goals.
Applicants for the scholarship must have documented financial need by having a FAFSA on file in the Financial Aid office.
|Application Procedure||Go to the Gold for Blugolds Scholarship Network. Complete the scholarship application that corresponds with your major(s). The information gathered through that scholarship application will automatically enter you into consideration for all College of Arts & Sciences scholarships for which you are eligible.|
The chair or director of each department will select up to two finalists from all of the applications received in their department/program. A packet of departmental/program finalists' applications should be sent to each of the chairs and directors for final ranking.
The Arts & Sciences office will be notified of the finalists from each department/program by April 1st, and receive a copy of the finalists' application forms.
A Scholarship Committee, composed of the chairs/directors of the departments/programs involved, and chaired by the dean of Arts & Sciences -- or the dean's designee -- will meet in early April to select the overall finalist for the award.
|Notification||The dean will notify the recipient by letter.|
Leoba Hogan was employed as a proofreader for many years by West Publishing and Brown & Bigelow in St. Paul, MN. Her passion was travel and she visited many states and nations. She retired in Altoona, WI along with her sister and brother-in-law, Maude and Carroll Kelley.
Before she died on May 18, 1994, she developed a bequest to establish a scholarship for students who have financial need and are interested in scientific research. Her sister and brother-in-law have been instrumental in developing the specific scholarship criteria and administering her estate.