Crowe Scholarship Fund
Adopted 2/04/2013, amended 4/03/2017, 4/2/2018, 3/2/2020, & 3/6/2023
The UW Board of Regents accepted a bequest to establish the Evelyn T. Crowe Scholarship Fund in July 1986, for “Scholarships in Rural Sociology.” Evelyn T. Crowe was an undergraduate major in what was known then as “rural sociology” in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and wished to recognize her appreciation for her excellent education by establishing this scholarship for undergraduates and graduate students in our department. In June 2003, the University of Wisconsin Foundation received an additional bequest from the estate of Evelyn T. Crowe for the same purpose—providing scholarship support to “rural sociology” students. We recognize her wishes by inviting applications from undergraduates who major in Community and Environmental Sociology and from graduate students who are advised by faculty members in our department.
- Applicants must be current students in good standing at the UW-Madison.
- Undergraduate applicants must be registered as Community and Environmental Sociology (CES) majors.
- Graduate applicants must be advised by a faculty member in CES.
- Applicants will normally be full-time students as determined by CALS or the Graduate School.
- Recipients may be either U.S. or non-U.S. citizens.
- Recipients may be either new or continuing students.
- In most circumstances (see details below), recipients may have other sources of funding.
All awards are subject to approval by the CES Executive Committee.
Application materials for 2023 should be sent to Professor Josh Garoon through Megan Banaszak, Department of Community & Environmental Sociology, 350 Agriculture Hall, 1450 Linden Drive, Madison, WI 53706, email@example.com.
I. Undergraduate Awards. Undergraduate support is a high priority. However, collectively, undergraduates shall not receive more than one-half of all the scholarship funds available in a given year. Scholarly merit and student progress are the deciding factors for granting awards, with the exception of E below.
II. Graduate Student Awards. Scholarly merit and student progress are the deciding factors for granting graduate awards.
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