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Scholarships Awarded to Pharmacy Students

For information on scholarships awarded to Pharmacy students, please visit the School of Pharmacy Scholarships page.

Scholarships Descriptions
This scholarship is awarded in memory of pharmacy student Adam Nickel and is awarded to a PharmD student with a passion for athletics and exercise and a commitment to helping others.
This scholarship is awarded in memory of pharmacy student Adam Nickel and is awarded to a PharmD student with a passion for athletics and exercise and a commitment to helping others.
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.) Beyond merit, preference is given to Wisconsin residents.
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct summer fieldwork pertaining to the study of Africa.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct summer fieldwork pertaining to the study of Africa.
Applicants must be UW-Madison graduate students making progress toward a research-based master's or doctoral degree focused substantially on Africa in any department or program. Students graduating in the Spring or Summer term are not eligible to apply.
This scholarship was established by the Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceutical Fraternity in memory of Joey Sangor, a Milwaukee pharmacist and world-class featherweight boxer.
This scholarship was established by the Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceutical Fraternity in memory of Joey Sangor, a Milwaukee pharmacist and world-class featherweight boxer.
Dr. John Janis Apinis (BS '64) established this scholarship in memory of his mother, Ann, who worked as a medical technician at UW Hospital and Clinics.
Dr. John Janis Apinis (BS '64) established this scholarship in memory of his mother, Ann, who worked as a medical technician at UW Hospital and Clinics.
This scholarship has been established to be given to a American Indian student who is enrolled as a tribal member or is a descendant of a member of a recognized tribe.
This scholarship has been established to be given to a American Indian student who is enrolled as a tribal member or is a descendant of a member of a recognized tribe.
Established by Jerold K. Karabensh, a 1957 (bachelors) and 1960 (masters) graduate of the School of Pharmacy who created the scholarship to honor the memory of his faculty mentor, Dr. William S. Apple ('49, MS'51, PhD'54).
Established by Jerold K. Karabensh, a 1957 (bachelors) and 1960 (masters) graduate of the School of Pharmacy who created the scholarship to honor the memory of his faculty mentor, Dr. William S. Apple ('49, MS'51, PhD'54).
The School's most prestigious award, the Uhl Scholarship was established from memorial funds established in Dean Uhl's name upon his death in 1979. Arthur Hoyt Uhl ('21, MS'27, PhD'30) served as the third Director of the University of Wisconsin School...
The School's most prestigious award, the Uhl Scholarship was established from memorial funds established in Dean Uhl's name upon his death in 1979. Arthur Hoyt Uhl ('21, MS'27, PhD'30) served as the third Director of the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy from 1935 to 1950 and as its first Dean from 1950 to 1968.
This scholarship was established in 2006 and is awarded to a PharmD student who is interested in a career in community pharmacy practice.
This scholarship was established in 2006 and is awarded to a PharmD student who is interested in a career in community pharmacy practice.
- Students in good academic standing - Students interested in a career in community pharmacy practice - Students intern/volunteer time with an organization that supports underserved populations
Established with a gift from Professor Emeritus Charles Sih (PhD '58) and additional corporate donations, this need-based scholarship supports undergraduate students from small towns in Wisconsin.
Established with a gift from Professor Emeritus Charles Sih (PhD '58) and additional corporate donations, this need-based scholarship supports undergraduate students from small towns in Wisconsin.
The fund was established by Thomas L. Hofbauer (BS '85) and Greeta G. Cherayil (BS '84) in memory of Thomas' father, Charles F. Hofbauer.
The fund was established by Thomas L. Hofbauer (BS '85) and Greeta G. Cherayil (BS '84) in memory of Thomas' father, Charles F. Hofbauer.
Cindy is a 1977 graduate of the School of Pharmacy and distinguished alumnus. This scholarship was established with the goal of helping students pursue their pharmacy education.
Cindy is a 1977 graduate of the School of Pharmacy and distinguished alumnus. This scholarship was established with the goal of helping students pursue their pharmacy education.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Applicants must be returning adult students with a significant break in their formal education of five or more years. This includes degree-seeking students enrolled less than half-time and non-degree University Special students not eligible for financial aid. (Dissertators and full-time degree seeking students are not eligible.) Student must demonstrate financial need as indicated within the application. Recipients will be selected primarily on the basis of financial need, clearly expressed educational goals and significant interruption (usually five years or more) in formal education. The balancing of such factors as number of degrees already completed, length of interruption in education, proximity to completion of educational goal, recent academic performance and other indications of potential academic success at UW-Madison will result in the allocation of grants as funds allow. Priority given to those who are on a path to earn a first undergraduate degree, including those currently in special student status.
Established by Cynthia Wu (Bachelors degree alumna, class of 1953) and Jonathan J. Wilcox in 1989.
Established by Cynthia Wu (Bachelors degree alumna, class of 1953) and Jonathan J. Wilcox in 1989.
Established by Thora Vervoren, a 1953 School of Pharmacy alumna, in memory of D. Jack Myers (1918 - 2004), a 1942 (bachelors) graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Thora Vervoren, a 1953 School of Pharmacy alumna, in memory of D. Jack Myers (1918 - 2004), a 1942 (bachelors) graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
In recognition of UW Professor Dale Wurster, Ed Knoechel (BS PHM '53 MS '55, PhD '58) established this scholarship to support a PharmD student.
In recognition of UW Professor Dale Wurster, Ed Knoechel (BS PHM '53 MS '55, PhD '58) established this scholarship to support a PharmD student.
Harlan Hall established this fund in memory of colleague and friend Professor Dale E. Wurster (BS PHM '42, PhD '47) to support a PharmD student with demonstrated financial need.
Harlan Hall established this fund in memory of colleague and friend Professor Dale E. Wurster (BS PHM '42, PhD '47) to support a PharmD student with demonstrated financial need.
Established by Dale and Kim Schmidt, 1982 graduates of the UW-Madison of Pharmacy, this scholarship support PharmD students with demonstrated financial need.
Established by Dale and Kim Schmidt, 1982 graduates of the UW-Madison of Pharmacy, this scholarship support PharmD students with demonstrated financial need.
Established to support a student in the professional program, this scholarship commemorates the life and career of Dr. David S. Perlman, faculty member from 1967 to 1980 and Dean from 1968 to 1975.
Established to support a student in the professional program, this scholarship commemorates the life and career of Dr. David S. Perlman, faculty member from 1967 to 1980 and Dean from 1968 to 1975.
The purpose of the David and Miriam Sanders Military Service Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support to academically qualified PharmD students at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. To receive a scholarship, students must have current and/or...
The purpose of the David and Miriam Sanders Military Service Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support to academically qualified PharmD students at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. To receive a scholarship, students must have current and/or previous military service experience, and a demonstrated financial need.
This fund was created by Lawrence H. Mirkes in memory of his wife, Donna, a 1949 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
This fund was created by Lawrence H. Mirkes in memory of his wife, Donna, a 1949 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Made possible through the generous support of Dr. Roy Kuramoto, who received his Masters (1952) and Ph.D. (1954) degrees from the UW School of Pharmacy.
Made possible through the generous support of Dr. Roy Kuramoto, who received his Masters (1952) and Ph.D. (1954) degrees from the UW School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Ruth Havemeyer (PhD '60) established this scholarship to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
Dr. Ruth Havemeyer (PhD '60) established this scholarship to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
This fund was created through gifts from colleagues of Edward Heckman in honor of his retirement from Compliant Pharmacy Alliance Cooperative based in Stoughton, WI.
This fund was created through gifts from colleagues of Edward Heckman in honor of his retirement from Compliant Pharmacy Alliance Cooperative based in Stoughton, WI.
Established by Anita R. Boyer in memory of her husband, Edward J. Boyer, a 1948 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Anita R. Boyer in memory of her husband, Edward J. Boyer, a 1948 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Edward Schwartzman was a dedicated retail pharmacist who enjoyed meeting and advising his neighbors/customers in his corner drugstore in Whitefish Bay in the 50's, 60's and 70's.
Edward Schwartzman was a dedicated retail pharmacist who enjoyed meeting and advising his neighbors/customers in his corner drugstore in Whitefish Bay in the 50's, 60's and 70's.
As part of the 150th anniversary celebration of the School of Pharmacy, the F. Dohmen Company established this scholarship to honor the history and legacy of its contributions to pharmacy practice and the health care industry in Wisconsin.
As part of the 150th anniversary celebration of the School of Pharmacy, the F. Dohmen Company established this scholarship to honor the history and legacy of its contributions to pharmacy practice and the health care industry in Wisconsin.
Established by Thomas F. Patton ('71, MS'73, PhD'75), current president of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. The Scholarship honors Mr. Patton's parents, Floyd and Alberta Patton, who greatly valued their son's opportunity to pursue higher education, in hopes...
Established by Thomas F. Patton ('71, MS'73, PhD'75), current president of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. The Scholarship honors Mr. Patton's parents, Floyd and Alberta Patton, who greatly valued their son's opportunity to pursue higher education, in hopes of aiding others to reach their higher education goals.
Established in 2004 by Debra Fluno, a 1987 graduate of the School of Pharmacy, and Timothy Colter, a 1986 (BBA) and 1992 (M.S.) UW-Madison alumnus.
Established in 2004 by Debra Fluno, a 1987 graduate of the School of Pharmacy, and Timothy Colter, a 1986 (BBA) and 1992 (M.S.) UW-Madison alumnus.
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages...
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages and are contingent on federal funding.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States. Applications by students in professional fields are encouraged. Preference will be given to applicants with a high level of academic ability and with previous language training.
The Gerald E. Miller Scholarship was established by his wife Shirley to honor the memory of her late husband. Both Shirley and Gerald were 1950 graduates of the School of Pharmacy.
The Gerald E. Miller Scholarship was established by his wife Shirley to honor the memory of her late husband. Both Shirley and Gerald were 1950 graduates of the School of Pharmacy.
Established from the generosity of the estate of Gilbert Zuehlke, who graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1931 and ran a drugstore in Milwaukee from the 1930s into the late 1950s. He continued working part-time as a...
Established from the generosity of the estate of Gilbert Zuehlke, who graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1931 and ran a drugstore in Milwaukee from the 1930s into the late 1950s. He continued working part-time as a pharmacist in his hometown of Hayward, WI in his retirement.
This scholarship was created by Gordon (PhD '65) and Beverly Flynn to assist students with financial need in the PharmD program.
This scholarship was created by Gordon (PhD '65) and Beverly Flynn to assist students with financial need in the PharmD program.
The Graduate Student Peer Mentor Awards recognize graduate students who exhibit stellar mentorship qualities. These graduate students are selected based on their ability to mentor undergraduate and/or graduate students, on or off campus.
The Graduate Student Peer Mentor Awards recognize graduate students who exhibit stellar mentorship qualities. These graduate students are selected based on their ability to mentor undergraduate and/or graduate students, on or off campus.
Applicants must be a current graduate or professional student at UW-Madison.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct a minimum of 6 weeks of summer fieldwork outside of the United States.
The purpose of these awards is to support graduate students at the UW-Madison planning to conduct a minimum of 6 weeks of summer fieldwork outside of the United States.
Any continuing graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison planning fieldwork abroad may apply for these awards.
Established by Rasma Chereson, R.Ph., and Dr. John Apinis in memory of their father, Janis Apinis, a dedicated, life-long pharmacist, and a graduate of the School of Pharmacy class of 1954.
Established by Rasma Chereson, R.Ph., and Dr. John Apinis in memory of their father, Janis Apinis, a dedicated, life-long pharmacist, and a graduate of the School of Pharmacy class of 1954.
Established by Nancy Whitley, daughter of Jean and Peter Hauper. Peter Hauper was a graduate of the Marquette University School of Pharmacy and owned Hauper Pharmacy in Union Grove, WI for over 45 years.
Established by Nancy Whitley, daughter of Jean and Peter Hauper. Peter Hauper was a graduate of the Marquette University School of Pharmacy and owned Hauper Pharmacy in Union Grove, WI for over 45 years.
This fund was established through gifts from family, friends and alumni in memory of Jim Hipp. Jim earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from the UW- Madison School of Pharmacy in 1967 and enjoyed a successful career as a pharmacist...
This fund was established through gifts from family, friends and alumni in memory of Jim Hipp. Jim earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from the UW- Madison School of Pharmacy in 1967 and enjoyed a successful career as a pharmacist at Tobin Drug.
Dr. John Janis Apinis, (BS '64) established this scholarship in memory of his father. An emigrant from Latvia, Janis returned to school in his 40's and earned a pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked as a...
Dr. John Janis Apinis, (BS '64) established this scholarship in memory of his father. An emigrant from Latvia, Janis returned to school in his 40's and earned a pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked as a registered pharmacist at Madison General Hospital.
This scholarship was established by Dr. John J. Merianos (MS '63, PhD '66) to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
This scholarship was established by Dr. John J. Merianos (MS '63, PhD '66) to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
Established by Joseph A. Gitzen, a 1918 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Joseph A. Gitzen, a 1918 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Robert Sikora, Vice-President of Educational Consulting at Pfizer and life-long friend of the late Professor Joseph B. Wiederholt. Professor Joe Wiederholt joined the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy faculty in 1981 and was a well-loved and...
Established by Robert Sikora, Vice-President of Educational Consulting at Pfizer and life-long friend of the late Professor Joseph B. Wiederholt. Professor Joe Wiederholt joined the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy faculty in 1981 and was a well-loved and admired member of the Social & Administrative Pharmacy Division, teaching courses in pharmacy management, pharmacy law, and pharmaceutical marketing.
This scholarship was created by James Radtke (BS PHM '71) to honor and recognize the extraordinary contributions Joseph Gwidt (BS PHM '54) made to the profession of pharmacy.
This scholarship was created by James Radtke (BS PHM '71) to honor and recognize the extraordinary contributions Joseph Gwidt (BS PHM '54) made to the profession of pharmacy.
Established by colleagues, friends, and past students of Judith Thompson, to celebrate her distinguished career where she served in various roles from 1984 until 2005 at UW-Madison School of Pharmacy.
Established by colleagues, friends, and past students of Judith Thompson, to celebrate her distinguished career where she served in various roles from 1984 until 2005 at UW-Madison School of Pharmacy.
This scholarship was created in 2009 by K. Don Lindsay (BS PHM '55). After serving in the US Army, Don had a successful career as a pharmacist working at Rennebohm Drug Stores and the UW Hospital Pharmacy.
This scholarship was created in 2009 by K. Don Lindsay (BS PHM '55). After serving in the US Army, Don had a successful career as a pharmacist working at Rennebohm Drug Stores and the UW Hospital Pharmacy.
Established by the Kmart Corporation.
Established by the Kmart Corporation.
Established by Dr. Lester Chafetz, a 1953 (M.S.) and 1955 (Ph.D.) graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Dr. Lester Chafetz, a 1953 (M.S.) and 1955 (Ph.D.) graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Begun in 1962 from trust monies bequeathed to the School by Lida Louella Winkelblech Shearer.
Begun in 1962 from trust monies bequeathed to the School by Lida Louella Winkelblech Shearer.
Established by Ronald J. Goggin, a 1927 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Ronald J. Goggin, a 1927 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
The Louis Busse Scholarship was established with donations from relatives, friends and colleagues to honor and recognize the extraordinary contributions the late Dr. Louis William Busse made to the profession of pharmacy.
The Louis Busse Scholarship was established with donations from relatives, friends and colleagues to honor and recognize the extraordinary contributions the late Dr. Louis William Busse made to the profession of pharmacy.
Established by Mabel Johnson, a 1921 School of Pharmacy graduate.
Established by Mabel Johnson, a 1921 School of Pharmacy graduate.
Established by Marla J. Ahlgrimm, R.Ph., a graduate of the School of Pharmacy class of 1978.
Established by Marla J. Ahlgrimm, R.Ph., a graduate of the School of Pharmacy class of 1978.
This scholarship was created by Martin Yunker who received his BS in 1951, his MS in 1953 and his Ph.D. in 1957 from the School of Pharmacy.
This scholarship was created by Martin Yunker who received his BS in 1951, his MS in 1953 and his Ph.D. in 1957 from the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Mary Lenz Price ('57), a lifelong community pharmacist, and her husband, Rawson Price ('57, UW School of Business) in 2004.
Established by Mary Lenz Price ('57), a lifelong community pharmacist, and her husband, Rawson Price ('57, UW School of Business) in 2004.
Established by Thomas and Doreen McCourt. Thomas McCourt is a 1980 graduate of the School of Pharmacy, while his father, Art McCourt, is a 1953 graduate of the School.
Established by Thomas and Doreen McCourt. Thomas McCourt is a 1980 graduate of the School of Pharmacy, while his father, Art McCourt, is a 1953 graduate of the School.
Established by Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy owners Kenneth Ford (La Crosse) and Brian Jensen (Two Rivers), these scholarships support pharmacy students who have community practice aspirations and who have built a strong extracurricular and service record.
Established by Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy owners Kenneth Ford (La Crosse) and Brian Jensen (Two Rivers), these scholarships support pharmacy students who have community practice aspirations and who have built a strong extracurricular and service record.
Established by colleagues, friends, and past students of Dean Melvin H. Weinswig, to celebrate his distinguished career at the School from 1969 to 2003, and as its Dean from 1995 to 2003. Dr. Weinswig's leadership as Dean led to...
Established by colleagues, friends, and past students of Dean Melvin H. Weinswig, to celebrate his distinguished career at the School from 1969 to 2003, and as its Dean from 1995 to 2003. Dr. Weinswig's leadership as Dean led to the creation of Rennebohm Hall, the new home of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by the estate of Mern Keir, a dedicated School of Pharmacy employee who managed the School's stockroom for many years.
Established by the estate of Mern Keir, a dedicated School of Pharmacy employee who managed the School's stockroom for many years.
Established by alumni Michael (BS PHM '68) and Angela (BS PHM '87), this scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need.
Established by alumni Michael (BS PHM '68) and Angela (BS PHM '87), this scholarship supports students with demonstrated financial need.
This scholarship fund was established through gifts from alumni, family, and friends in memory of Michael S. Flagstad. Michael Flagstad earned his PharmD and Master's Degree from the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy and was a pioneering entrepreneur in the profession....
This scholarship fund was established through gifts from alumni, family, and friends in memory of Michael S. Flagstad. Michael Flagstad earned his PharmD and Master's Degree from the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy and was a pioneering entrepreneur in the profession. This scholarship will support a pharmacy student who has distinguished themselves in pursuit of a career in hospital pharmacy.
The Morton Family Scholarship was established in 2008 with a gift from Morton Pharmacies to honor Peter Morton, a 1961 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy. Scholarships support students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy with demonstrated financial...
The Morton Family Scholarship was established in 2008 with a gift from Morton Pharmacies to honor Peter Morton, a 1961 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy. Scholarships support students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy with demonstrated financial need.
This fund was established in 2006 by friends and family of Mylan Sinclair in honor of his 80th birthday, and in recognition of the contributions he has made to the profession of pharmacy over the past 55 years. Mylan...
This fund was established in 2006 by friends and family of Mylan Sinclair in honor of his 80th birthday, and in recognition of the contributions he has made to the profession of pharmacy over the past 55 years. Mylan Sinclair has been a friend, role model, and mentor to an extraordinary number of pharmacists during his long career, including two of his children who continue the "family business" of pharmacy practice.
Pam Ploetz, a School of Pharmacy graduate and retired clinical associate professor, established this scholarship to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
Pam Ploetz, a School of Pharmacy graduate and retired clinical associate professor, established this scholarship to support students with financial need in the PharmD program.
Established upon the retirement of Pamela Ploetz, R.Ph., a 1968 School of Pharmacy alumna, by her School of Pharmacy faculty colleagues and friends.
Established upon the retirement of Pamela Ploetz, R.Ph., a 1968 School of Pharmacy alumna, by her School of Pharmacy faculty colleagues and friends.
Alumnus Paul (BS PHM '72) and Kathryn Pisarzewicz established this fund to provide an annual need-based scholarship for a student pursuing a pharmacy degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Alumnus Paul (BS PHM '72) and Kathryn Pisarzewicz established this fund to provide an annual need-based scholarship for a student pursuing a pharmacy degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Alumni Marilyn Hein Peltier (BS PHM '78) and Steven Peltier (PhD '81) created this scholarship to support PharmD students with financial need.
Alumni Marilyn Hein Peltier (BS PHM '78) and Steven Peltier (PhD '81) created this scholarship to support PharmD students with financial need.
Alumni from Phi Delta Chi created this scholarship in honor of Dean David Perlman (BA '41, MS '43, PhD '45). This scholarship recognizes a student's academic achievement and service, involvement and leadership.
Alumni from Phi Delta Chi created this scholarship in honor of Dean David Perlman (BA '41, MS '43, PhD '45). This scholarship recognizes a student's academic achievement and service, involvement and leadership.
Established by Pharmacists Mutual Companies, their annual award recognizes the incoming second-year PharmD student with the highest grade-point-average. The scholarship similarly recognizes outstanding academic achievement.
Established by Pharmacists Mutual Companies, their annual award recognizes the incoming second-year PharmD student with the highest grade-point-average. The scholarship similarly recognizes outstanding academic achievement.
Scholarship fund established by the generosity of the Pharmacists Society of Milwaukee County (PSMC) in 1997, upon that organization's dissolution. The PSMC had been an organization comprised of hospital and community pharmacists.
Scholarship fund established by the generosity of the Pharmacists Society of Milwaukee County (PSMC) in 1997, upon that organization's dissolution. The PSMC had been an organization comprised of hospital and community pharmacists.
Created by funds raised from alumni and generously matched by the UW Foundation's Great People program, this is a need-based scholarship to support students in the school.
Created by funds raised from alumni and generously matched by the UW Foundation's Great People program, this is a need-based scholarship to support students in the school.
This fund was established and continually supported by the Pharmacy Alumni Association (PAA). This fund supports scholarships for UW-Madison School of Pharmacy students.
This fund was established and continually supported by the Pharmacy Alumni Association (PAA). This fund supports scholarships for UW-Madison School of Pharmacy students.
Established in 1982 by Dr. Robert W. Hammel, then Secretary of the UW-Madison Pharmacy Alumni Association (PAA), this fund provides scholarship awards for students enrolled in the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy
Established in 1982 by Dr. Robert W. Hammel, then Secretary of the UW-Madison Pharmacy Alumni Association (PAA), this fund provides scholarship awards for students enrolled in the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy
The Pharmacy Buying Group of America, Inc. established this scholarship to support undergraduate students in the School of Pharmacy whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison.
The Pharmacy Buying Group of America, Inc. established this scholarship to support undergraduate students in the School of Pharmacy whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison.
Established in celebration of this class' 30th anniversary. Alumni Randy Miller and Mike Flagstad led efforts to establish this scholarship.
Established in celebration of this class' 30th anniversary. Alumni Randy Miller and Mike Flagstad led efforts to establish this scholarship.
This was fund established by several members of the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy Class of 1990. The fund's annual distributable amount will be used to provide scholarship support to students enrolled in the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy who have financial...
This was fund established by several members of the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy Class of 1990. The fund's annual distributable amount will be used to provide scholarship support to students enrolled in the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy who have financial need as determined by the School in cooperation with the UW-Madison Office of Student Financial Aid.
Need based.
This scholarship was created to provide support to a student with demonstrated need enrolled in the School's PharmD program.
This scholarship was created to provide support to a student with demonstrated need enrolled in the School's PharmD program.
Established by the UW-Madison Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Chi, a national professional pharmacy fraternity.
Established by the UW-Madison Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Chi, a national professional pharmacy fraternity.
Established by Mrs. Marilyn Washkuhn in memory of her late husband, Dr. Richard J. Washkuhn, a graduate of the UW School of Pharmacy (Bs '66, MS '68, PHD '71).
Established by Mrs. Marilyn Washkuhn in memory of her late husband, Dr. Richard J. Washkuhn, a graduate of the UW School of Pharmacy (Bs '66, MS '68, PHD '71).
Established with gifts from friends, family, and colleagues of Richard (Dick) Krumbiegel upon his passing. Dick Krumbiegel was a 1961 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, and served the School as Director of the Pharmacy Internship Program...
Established with gifts from friends, family, and colleagues of Richard (Dick) Krumbiegel upon his passing. Dick Krumbiegel was a 1961 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, and served the School as Director of the Pharmacy Internship Program and as Assistant Dean for External Relations.
Established by Mrs. Joan B. Key, in memory of her late husband, Richard Scott Key, a 1957 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Mrs. Joan B. Key, in memory of her late husband, Richard Scott Key, a 1957 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by School of Pharmacy alumni Jolene Chapp (BS '98) in memory of her late husband Ronald Goehring (BS '98).
Established by School of Pharmacy alumni Jolene Chapp (BS '98) in memory of her late husband Ronald Goehring (BS '98).
Created through the generosity of Ronald and Pamela Borchardt (PHM '67), this fund assists students who have demonstrated an interest in conducting basic research in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Created through the generosity of Ronald and Pamela Borchardt (PHM '67), this fund assists students who have demonstrated an interest in conducting basic research in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Established by Rose E. Mancuso, a 1948 School of Pharmacy alumna.
Established by Rose E. Mancuso, a 1948 School of Pharmacy alumna.
Established in 1996 by Sandra Chuk-Wah Yu, a 1983 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established in 1996 by Sandra Chuk-Wah Yu, a 1983 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
This scholarship was created by Jeffrey C. Stier (PhD 1978) in memory of his wife Sandra J. Stier (BS PHM 1968).
This scholarship was created by Jeffrey C. Stier (PhD 1978) in memory of his wife Sandra J. Stier (BS PHM 1968).
Established by the SOP Student Senate which is the governing body for all student organizations within the school.
Established by the SOP Student Senate which is the governing body for all student organizations within the school.
In memory of Scott Kloeck-Jenson, a scholar dedicated to global peace and justice, the Institute for Regional and International Studies annually offers two awards: the SKJ International Pre-Dissertation Travel Fellowships to support overseas travel to potential field research sites for...
In memory of Scott Kloeck-Jenson, a scholar dedicated to global peace and justice, the Institute for Regional and International Studies annually offers two awards: the SKJ International Pre-Dissertation Travel Fellowships to support overseas travel to potential field research sites for doctoral students and the SKJ International Internship Fellowships to support graduate students (working towards a doctorate) interested in undertaking practitioner internships.
Supported by corporate contributions from ShopKo Stores Inc. and by personal contributions from University of Wisconsin pharmacy alumni who are employed by ShopKo. ShopKo has sponsored this annual scholarship since 1990.
Supported by corporate contributions from ShopKo Stores Inc. and by personal contributions from University of Wisconsin pharmacy alumni who are employed by ShopKo. ShopKo has sponsored this annual scholarship since 1990.
The Sonderegger Dean's Scholarship was established by Leona Sonderegger in 2005. It is awarded to academically qualified students from rural areas of Wisconsin. "Dean's Scholarships," are the School's most prestigious level of scholarship, and students may receive support up to...
The Sonderegger Dean's Scholarship was established by Leona Sonderegger in 2005. It is awarded to academically qualified students from rural areas of Wisconsin. "Dean's Scholarships," are the School's most prestigious level of scholarship, and students may receive support up to full annual tuition.
The Sonderegger Dean's Scholarship was established by Leona Sonderegger in 2005. It is awarded to academically qualified students from rural areas of Wisconsin. "Dean's Scholarships," are the School's most prestigious level of scholarship, and students may receive support up to...
The Sonderegger Dean's Scholarship was established by Leona Sonderegger in 2005. It is awarded to academically qualified students from rural areas of Wisconsin. "Dean's Scholarships," are the School's most prestigious level of scholarship, and students may receive support up to full annual tuition.
Steve Schoenike earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 1979. After his death, his parents established this scholarship in his memory to help students pursue their pharmacy education.
Steve Schoenike earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 1979. After his death, his parents established this scholarship in his memory to help students pursue their pharmacy education.
Jerry Stieber is a 1954 graduate of the School of Pharmacy. This scholarship is intended for a student who works a significant number of hours during the academic year.
Jerry Stieber is a 1954 graduate of the School of Pharmacy. This scholarship is intended for a student who works a significant number of hours during the academic year.
Jerry Sveum (BS PHM '67) and Connie Sveum established this scholarship in 2008 to support Wisconsin residents enrolled in the PharmD program with demonstrated financial need.
Jerry Sveum (BS PHM '67) and Connie Sveum established this scholarship in 2008 to support Wisconsin residents enrolled in the PharmD program with demonstrated financial need.
Established in 2004 by the Target Corp.
Established in 2004 by the Target Corp.
Established by Susie Kies as a surprise birthday gift for her father, Thomas Kies, a 1961 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Established by Susie Kies as a surprise birthday gift for her father, Thomas Kies, a 1961 graduate of the School of Pharmacy.
Thomas Thielke received his BS in 1967 and his MS in 1969 from the School of Pharmacy. This scholarship was established in honor of his retirement from his position as Director of Pharmacy at the UW Hospital and Clinics.
Thomas Thielke received his BS in 1967 and his MS in 1969 from the School of Pharmacy. This scholarship was established in honor of his retirement from his position as Director of Pharmacy at the UW Hospital and Clinics.
In its tradition of over 100 years of service to the University and its Schools and Colleges, this scholarship is awarded annually by the University League, Inc.
In its tradition of over 100 years of service to the University and its Schools and Colleges, this scholarship is awarded annually by the University League, Inc.
Established by Women's International Pharmacy, a professional pharmacy located in Madison and Youngtown, Arizona.
Established by Women's International Pharmacy, a professional pharmacy located in Madison and Youngtown, Arizona.
Established by relatives, friends, and colleagues to honor the late professor William Blockstein. Dr. Blockstein held various positions held various positions within the University and the School of Pharmacy until his retirement in 1991, among them Professor of Pharmacy,...
Established by relatives, friends, and colleagues to honor the late professor William Blockstein. Dr. Blockstein held various positions held various positions within the University and the School of Pharmacy until his retirement in 1991, among them Professor of Pharmacy, Chairman of the Health and Human Services Department of University Outreach, and Chairman of Extension Services in Pharmacy.
Created in 1999 to provide financial assistance to pharmacy students due to the dissolution of the Wisconsin Pharmacists Association Affiliates, whose membership consisted of spouses of pharmacists who were members of the Wisconsin Pharmacists Association.
Created in 1999 to provide financial assistance to pharmacy students due to the dissolution of the Wisconsin Pharmacists Association Affiliates, whose membership consisted of spouses of pharmacists who were members of the Wisconsin Pharmacists Association.
This scholarship was established by David (PS PHM '88) and Michelle Zgarrick to support PharmD students from rural areas of Wisconsin with demonstrated financial need.
This scholarship was established by David (PS PHM '88) and Michelle Zgarrick to support PharmD students from rural areas of Wisconsin with demonstrated financial need.
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.