Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


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Gladys Roddenberry Winners

Brianna is a proud graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor Degree in English Cum Laude and minors in Communication and Teaching. Watson has had the opportunity to mentor, develop and present small group and classroom lessons, facilitate financial aid and parent night workshops, and participate in student achievement activities such as test taking strategies, career education, and study skills. He has earned the respect of students, parents, staff and administration for consistently modeling teaching excellence. Adair-Summers intentionally avoided a career in teaching. Teaching is like leaving a piece of applicant with someone else.

Amount: $10000
Endowed Scholarships

The recipient of this scholarship will be an English Major and Student Athlete with the highest academic standing This scholarship is to be awarded to a student seeking a degree in teaching, whether it is Early Childhood, Elementary, Exceptional, Secondary, or Post-Secondary Education.

International Center

Learning and Teaching Leadership and Education Sciences. Dr. Spencer will conduct research in late primary and secondary mathematics classrooms and gain a better understanding of the mathematics teaching practices in Barbados. Dr. Molina will be speaking with the Thonburi Language Center and the Island Teaching English as a Foreign Language program on the theme of Teaching English as an International Language. In Lithuania students will have an opportunity to experience the importance of inclusive education by observing models of former Soviet institutions and the progress the country has made to include persons of disabilities into the community. CIEE’s new seminar Understanding Modern Korea was an absolute must for Dr. Chung teaching, scholarship, and service.

College of Education Scholarships

Established by John and Michelle Mason '73 to provide scholarship assistance to a worthy full-time secondary education student majoring in science. Martin Brossman in memory of Sallie Eleanor Ruth Brossman, class of 1908, to provide scholarships to junior or senior female students majoring in elementary education with a concentration in early childhood education. Eligible students must be pursuing a teaching degree within the College of Education, must be an elementary education major, maintain candidacy status in the teacher prep program, and demonstrate financial need. Established by Gary Kohler and Anne Drennan in memory of Gale Dalla Piazza Kohler '64 to provide scholarship assistance to a worthy secondary education student majoring in math or science.

Amount: $31000

If applicant are in default on a FFEL and or Direct Loan program loan, applicant are not eligible for forgiveness of that loan unless applicant have made satisfactory repayment arrangements with the holder of the defaulted loan A highly qualified special education teacher whose primary responsibility was to provide special education to children with disabilities, and applicant taught children with disabilities that corresponded to their area of special education training and have demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the content areas of the curriculum that applicant taught.

Amount: $5000

The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, psychology, social work, history, public health, social work, business administration management, and education Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to . Award: Fellows benefit from a three-year annual stipend of $30,000 along with a $10,500 cost of education allowance for tuition and fees, a one-time $1,000 travel allowance and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited the students.S., or foreign institution of graduate education they choose. Financial need will be considered along with evidence of scholarship and commitment to the teaching profession.

Amount: $25000
Scholarship Programs, Awards, Research, Knowledge

Teaching committments are for one year, and EPIK teachers can expect to assist Korean teachers with their English classes, and or jointly conduct English classes with Korean teachers to conduct English conversation classes for Korean students and teachers to prepare teaching materials for English language education to assist in developing teaching materials for English language education and to assist with activities related to English language education and other extracurricular activities. The training program provides the new Scholars with information on Korean culture, education, classroom management, practical teaching experience, and much aimed at preparing the participants for both teaching and living in Korea.

Amount: $10000
Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship

Fellowship sites: NYC Education District 75, Hearing Education Services sites: PS in the Bronx, and Chelsea Prep in Manhattan. During their first year, teacher candidates are required to complete field hours but they are not entering their student teaching placements until their second year of studies. Potentially preparing presenting a conference proposal based on the teaching and research experience for the New York State Association of Bilingual Education Fellowship criteri The Fellows will not be expected to enter this project with particular reading intervention skills: the Columbia University in the City of New York is accustomed to teaching TC students support readers. Fellowship criteri Fellow will need a background in special education.

Amount: $20000
Funding Your Graduate Education

Certificate, Post-Master’s Certificate, and Education Specialist candidates are not eligible to receive GSEHD merit scholarships. The Mildred Green Scholarship Fund was created in.1959 by a gift from the GW Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, a professional education sorority, to honor Ms. Green, the Chapter founder and first president. The income from this fund awards scholarships to GSEHD students pursuing degrees in international education. The award is merit based.Eligible Programs of Study: International Education. Students with physical disabilities and financial need are given preference.Eligible Programs of Study: Elementary Education, Secondary Education or Special Education.

Amount: $2500
Fellowships and Other Opportunities

Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellowship: Competitive award for exceptionally able candidates to complete a yearlong master’s program at one of four of the nation’s top teacher education programs Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, or the University of Washington.