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Curriculum & Instruction Undergraduate Scholarship Application

Application Overview

Undergraduate application for teacher education students in the School of Education.

General Open Dates

Early February - Late March

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Scholarships Descriptions
Senior female student majoring in elementary education. min GPA 3.5. Student with high financial need who graduated from Green Bay West High School, West De Pere High School, Ashwaubenon High School or a Brown County public high school (in order...
Senior female student majoring in elementary education. min GPA 3.5. Student with high financial need who graduated from Green Bay West High School, West De Pere High School, Ashwaubenon High School or a Brown County public high school (in order of preference). Student is a senior or within six credits of senior standing in the School of Education majoring in elementary education. Additional preference to a student who is a first generation college student.
Senior female student majoring in elementary education. min GPA 3.5. Student with high financial need who graduated from Green Bay West High School, West De Pere High School, Ashwaubenon High School or a Brown County public high school (in order of preference). Student is a senior or within six credits of senior standing in the School of Education majoring in elementary education. Additional preference to a student who is a first generation college student. Senior female student majoring in elementary education. min GPA 3.5. Student with high financial need who graduated from Green Bay West High School, West De Pere High School, Ashwaubenon High School or a Brown County public high school (in order of preference). Student is a senior or within six credits of senior standing in the School of Education majoring in elementary education. Additional preference to a student who is a first generation college student.
The Schenk-Brezan Scholarship was established in 2002 by Ms. Schenk in honor of her parents, Randolph and Lucy Schenk. Carlen received her bachelor's degree in 1972 from the School of Education and taught earth science and math for 11...
The Schenk-Brezan Scholarship was established in 2002 by Ms. Schenk in honor of her parents, Randolph and Lucy Schenk. Carlen received her bachelor's degree in 1972 from the School of Education and taught earth science and math for 11 years at a junior high school in West Allis, Wisconsin.
Awarded to a student in the science or math teacher certification program. Preference should be given to a student w hose emphasis is in earth science.
This scholarship was established in 1961 in honor of Charles J. Anderson, the first Dean of the School of Education, by his wife. His son, John E. Anderson, Professor Emeritus, Physical Education & Dance. Charles J. Anderson served...
This scholarship was established in 1961 in honor of Charles J. Anderson, the first Dean of the School of Education, by his wife. His son, John E. Anderson, Professor Emeritus, Physical Education & Dance. Charles J. Anderson served as principal of Galesville High School (1912 to 1915), Superintendent of Stoughton Schools (1915-1921), and as Assistant State Superintendent of Public Instruction in Wisconsin (1921-1926). He joined the UW-Madison School of Education faculty in 1926, became its director in 1928 and its first dean in 1930, a position he held until his retirement in 1947.
Awarded to a female undergraduate in her junior year who is studying elementary education and shows outstanding academic performance and promise as a leader in the teaching profession
Undergraduate student in Secondary Spanish Education.
Undergraduate student in Secondary Spanish Education.
School of Education undergraduate Undergraduate student in Secondary Education - Spanish
The Edna Paske Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Edna Paske, who was an employee of the School of Education for 34 years. As manager of the Office of Educational Placement and Career Services, Ms. Paske helped...
The Edna Paske Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Edna Paske, who was an employee of the School of Education for 34 years. As manager of the Office of Educational Placement and Career Services, Ms. Paske helped generations of students and alumni in their job-seeking efforts.
Undergraduate students in elementary education showing promise to become successful teachers
The Edward N. Himes Memorial Scholarship was established by his family. Edward N. Himes, a 1955 graduate of the College of Letters and Science with a BS in Math, and a master's degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder. He was...
The Edward N. Himes Memorial Scholarship was established by his family. Edward N. Himes, a 1955 graduate of the College of Letters and Science with a BS in Math, and a master's degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder. He was a career educator. He worked abroad with UNESCO and the Ford Foundation preparing students to become mathematics teachers in colleges i
Edward's family wishes to honor his passion for education by supporting others who likewise show a passion for their education. The family wishes that the primary recipients of this fund be enrolled in the secondary math education program, have graduated from either a Wisconsin or Minnesota high school, and demonstrate financial need.
The George Koeppel Scholarship was established by the late Charlotte E. Zinns in honor of her father, a grade school principal in Milwaukee. Award given to worthy, needy students with preference given for Milwaukee County prospective students who wish...
The George Koeppel Scholarship was established by the late Charlotte E. Zinns in honor of her father, a grade school principal in Milwaukee. Award given to worthy, needy students with preference given for Milwaukee County prospective students who wish to teach in elementary schools.
Preference given to prospective elementary teachers from Milwaukee County. Financial need is considered. Full-time undergraduates in the School of Education who intend to become elementary school teachers. Scholarships are awarded based on a student's academic record, need, and the department's recommendation.
Dr. Hastings established the Jean B. Hastings Science Teachers Scholarship in 1993 to provide scholarships to junior or senior students enrolled in the School of Education teacher certification program.
Dr. Hastings established the Jean B. Hastings Science Teachers Scholarship in 1993 to provide scholarships to junior or senior students enrolled in the School of Education teacher certification program.
Junior or senior student in the teacher-certification program. Preference given to students who exhibit exceptional ability in elementary school science.
The Juanita S. Sorenson Scholarship was established in 1991 by Ms. Sorenson, a 1971 graduate of the School of Education. She was professor emerita from UW-Eau Claire.
The Juanita S. Sorenson Scholarship was established in 1991 by Ms. Sorenson, a 1971 graduate of the School of Education. She was professor emerita from UW-Eau Claire.
Students preparing to become math or science teachers. Preference shall be given to students who are planning to teach science, math, computer or other technologies and who show academic merit and financial need.
The Marianne Ritis Cool Scholarship was established in 2004. The scholarship goes to prospective teachers in the theater education program. (Theatre aspect is very important per donor; if no recipients, it is best not to award it.)
The Marianne Ritis Cool Scholarship was established in 2004. The scholarship goes to prospective teachers in the theater education program. (Theatre aspect is very important per donor; if no recipients, it is best not to award it.)
Prospective teacher in the theater education program who intends to teach
The Martha M. Lound Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to students training to be high school teachers. Ms. Lound is a graduate of the School of Education, receiving her bachelor of arts degree in 1933 and her master's degree in...
The Martha M. Lound Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to students training to be high school teachers. Ms. Lound is a graduate of the School of Education, receiving her bachelor of arts degree in 1933 and her master's degree in 1936. She feels grateful for the opportunities provided to her by the University of Wisconsin-Madison in developing an interesting and challenging career and expressed her thanks by establishing this scholarship.
Students with financial need who maintain good grades and are training to be high school teachers
The Mary Ann Brichta Scholarship was established to help students in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. Ms. Brichta was a 1938 graduate from the School of Education and became a librarian at Milwaukee County General Hospital.
The Mary Ann Brichta Scholarship was established to help students in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. Ms. Brichta was a 1938 graduate from the School of Education and became a librarian at Milwaukee County General Hospital.
Undergraduate students in the final year of an elementary teacher certification program based on financial need of students of underrepresented groups showing academic promise
The Myra-Jean Newlin Scholarship was established by Jane and Ronald Hauber, Nancy Jean and Robert Neumann, and Kristine Kay and Robert Charles Newlin, Myra Jean's children in her honor.
The Myra-Jean Newlin Scholarship was established by Jane and Ronald Hauber, Nancy Jean and Robert Neumann, and Kristine Kay and Robert Charles Newlin, Myra Jean's children in her honor.
Outstanding woman preparing to teach math (preferred) or science education
The Roland W. Zinns Scholarship was established by the late Charlotte E. Zinns in memory of her husband, Roland. Roland Zinns was a principal of a junior high school in Milwaukee.
The Roland W. Zinns Scholarship was established by the late Charlotte E. Zinns in memory of her husband, Roland. Roland Zinns was a principal of a junior high school in Milwaukee.
Preference for Milwaukee County prospective secondary education teachers. Scholarships also may be given to students who are currently enrolled in secondary education programs and who live outside of Milwaukee County. Financial need is considered
The Sally J. and Bernard O. Killoran Scholarship was established in 1996 by the Killorans.
The Sally J. and Bernard O. Killoran Scholarship was established in 1996 by the Killorans.
Students admitted to a teacher-certification program. Recipients should be in the practicum years. Primary criteria is need; Secondary students from Wisconsin.
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.