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Political Science Department Scholarships Application

Application Overview

Scholarship awardees to be recognized at Department Award Ceremony in April.

General Open Dates

Early March - Late March

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Scholarships Descriptions
This award has been established by Mr. Amed Khan (BA 1991, Political Science) who is president of Paradigm Global Group, Inc., a private investment firm. Mr. Khan serves as senior advisor to the Clinton-Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative.
This award has been established by Mr. Amed Khan (BA 1991, Political Science) who is president of Paradigm Global Group, Inc., a private investment firm. Mr. Khan serves as senior advisor to the Clinton-Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative.
Strength of academic award, evidence of commitment to public service. This award is provided to students with financial need and a strong academic record. Preference will be given to students who show interest or experience in public service.
This award was established by Elaine C. Davis, former undergraduate advisor for political science. The award is to recognize a graduating political science major for academic achievement and for service to the campus and/or larger community.
This award was established by Elaine C. Davis, former undergraduate advisor for political science. The award is to recognize a graduating political science major for academic achievement and for service to the campus and/or larger community.
The award is made to a graduating political science major in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and record of public service. This award is given to recognize a graduating senior with an outstanding academic record and evidence of public service to the campus and/or community.
This award was established by the children of Prof. Judith Hicks Stiehm, who is an alumna of the political science department and a current member of the department's Board of Visitors. Prof. Stiehm is a recipient of the WAA...
This award was established by the children of Prof. Judith Hicks Stiehm, who is an alumna of the political science department and a current member of the department's Board of Visitors. Prof. Stiehm is a recipient of the WAA Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Wisconsin Alumni Association.
Preference is for a WI resident. This award is provided to a student with financial need who shows academic promise; if award is to support internship, travel, or research, a statement about the value of this experience to the student's educational goals will be a major consideration.
This scholarship is established by UW political science alumnus John Stanoch. Preference is for a student from Minnesota.
This scholarship is established by UW political science alumnus John Stanoch. Preference is for a student from Minnesota.
Strength of academic record, financial need.
This scholarship supports a non-resident political science major with sophomore of higher standing with financial need.
This scholarship supports a non-resident political science major with sophomore of higher standing with financial need.
Recipients must be currently enrolled political science majors with financial need. A committee of faculty will select the recipient.
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.