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As a result of their generous support over the years, this endowment now provides scholarships for two students annually. This scholarship is supported through funds raised at a golf tournament in honor of Tennyson Cecchini and with the support of Utah’s Opioid Task Force and The Ron McBride Foundation. This scholarship was established in 1988 by Claude B. The Elise Kasteler Hutchings Scholarship for Leadership in the National Association of Social Workers. This scholarship was established in 1996 at the time of the 25th Dedicatory Anniversary of the CSW building. This scholarship was established to honor the late Senator Pete Suazo. The Warshaw Scholarship is awarded annually to social work students, based on merit and need.
If applicant are applying to the MSW MPH dual-degree program, applicant may be eligible to receive both MPH and MSW scholarships. Alice Hamilton Scholarship in Environmental HealthPartial-tuition scholarship awarded to incoming student exhibiting energy and some experience from work in environmental public health. BJC Public Health Scholarships Full and partial tuition scholarships made possible by BJC HealthCare—one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the nation—and awarded to an outstanding incoming MPH student. Donald Hopkins Scholarship in Global HealthPartial-tuition scholarship awarded to incoming student showing deep commitment and prior experience working on public health issues in the global context. Florence Nightingale Scholarship in Epidemiology and BiostatisticsPartial-tuition scholarship awarded to incoming student exhibiting enthusiasm and experience in the application of epidemiology and or biostatistics to achieve public health impact.
Child Welfare Scholarship Program
Child Welfare Scholars must be enrolled in the 16-month curriculum schedule, Advanced Standing, or the MicroMasters MSW, select the Children and Youth in Families and Society practice area, complete nine credits hours of special child welfare courses, and complete a field placement in child welfare. Their MSW application must be complete by the scholarship deadline. Note that it will be likely to be offered the Child Welfare Scholarship if applicant select the Children and Youth practice area on their MSW application.
Child Welfare Scholarship Program
Their MSW application must be complete by the scholarship deadline. Found on the Financial Assistance page of the MSW n and then select the Child Welfare Scholarship Program checkbox. Note that it will be more likely to be offered the Child Welfare Scholarship if applicant select the Children and Youth practice area on their MSW application.
Martha N.Ozawa Scholarships School of Social Work UW–Madison
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide full tuition scholarships to several MSW students each year. In accordance with Dr. Ozawa’s wishes, the scholarship will be awarded solely on the basis of academic merit. All applicants to the Full-Time MSW and Part-Time MSW programs are automatically considered for these scholarships. Students chosen for this scholarship will be notified along with their admissions notification.
Master of Social Work Stipends
In addition to scholarships, stipends help supplement the cost of their education. The Collaborative Learning and Innovative Educational Models of Behavioral Health Program is a behavioral health workforce program that provides 50 MSW students in their concentration year a $10,000 stipend and specialized training. MSW students complete field internships in an integrated behavioral health setting and are committed to working in integrated behavioral health in Colorado or the Four Corners region after graduation.
These scholarships were established in 1970 to support students of Alaska Native and American Indian ethnicity. The emphasis of study for Jacobsen Scholars is academicallybased community scholarship and service that focuses on issues of concern to women, with particular emphasis on strengthening families. This scholarship is a tribute to their friendship and their shared love of education. Over time this endowment has grown to support a scholarship as well. This scholarship was established to honor the late Senator Pete Suazo. John and a cadre of donors hope this scholarship encourages others to follow in Robin’s inspiring footsteps.
Dr. Neta Kolasa Scholarship
Recipients awarded the Kolasa Scholarship will receive a one-time annual award in the amount of $5,000.00. A cover letter indicating their interest in being considered for this scholarship. Recipients of the Kolasa Scholarship are required to attend the awards reception. A date for the reception is announced upon selection of the scholarship recipients. A call for Kolasa Scholarship Applications is announced annually. Scholarships will be awarded to five recipients.
Scholarship Impact Winter 2019
The award is given annually to an individual doctoral student or collaborative group of students whose in-press or published scholarship advances scientific inquiry in social work or social welfare.