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MSW Scholarships

The scholarship is given to a BSW or MSW student who shares those interests. The College of Social Work and the Suazo family are proud to provide this scholarship to a full-time student who has financial need and who demonstrates a strong commitment to and leadership potential in issues of social and economic justice.This scholarship was established to honor the late Senator Pete Suazo. The College of Social Work and the Suazo family are proud to provide this scholarship to a full-time MSW student who has financial need and who demonstrates a strong commitment to and leadership potential in issues of social and economic justice. The Warshaw Scholarship is awarded annually to social work students, based on merit and need.

MSW Scholarships

These scholarships may be awarded based on need and or merit, depending on the individual scholarship. This award is intended primarily for first-year MSW students. The Joanna Finkelstein Gorham Scholarship was established by Louise H. The fund supports MSW students in financial need and in good academic standing, particularly those interested in working with the elderly population. The Betsy Rogers Millar Scholarship Fund was established in 1989 by Dr. Jack R. The Jane Curtis Parker Scholarship, established by the family and friends of Jane Curtis Parker, a 1954 alumna, is awarded to a rising second-year student whose qualities embody Mrs. Royall, Jr. Scholarship was established in honor of Kenneth C.

BSW Scholarships

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. Over time this endowment has grown to support a scholarship as well. The scholarship is given to a BSW or MSW student who shares those interests. This scholarship was established to honor the late Senator Pete Suazo. The College of Social Work and the Suazo family are proud to provide this scholarship to a full-time student who has financial need and who demonstrates a strong commitment to and leadership potential in issues of social and economic justice. The Warshaw Scholarship is awarded annually to social work students based on merit and need.

MPH Scholarships

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. City Year Scholarships Partial-tuition scholarships awarded to select incoming students who are City Year service corps members or alumni. Coro Fellows Scholarships Partial-tuition scholarships awarded to select incoming students who are Coro Fellows Program alumni.

Martha N. Ozawa Scholarships School of Social Work UW–Madison

Dr. Martha Ozawa, who received a master’s degree in 1966 and PhD in 1969, left nearly $6.5 million to be used entirely for social work graduate student scholarships. 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.

Amount: $10000
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.

Amount: $10000
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.

Joint PhD Program Funding

This award provides two scholarships, one for students in the MSW program and one for the students in the Joint PhD Program who have interest in social policy or community organization.

Joint PhD Program Funding

This award provides two scholarships, one for students in the MSW program and one for the students in the Joint PhD Program who have interest in social policy or community organization.

PhD

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 supports PhD students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship at the doctoral level. The scholarship is awarded to a PhD student who demonstrates outstanding promise in the area of social work research. Over time this endowment has grown to support a scholarship as well. This scholarship was established to honor the late Senator Pete Suazo. The College of Social Work and the Suazo family are proud to provide this scholarship to a full-time student who has financial need and who demonstrates a strong commitment to and leadership potential in issues of social and economic justice.