Eastern Michigan University
direct edit

Scholarships

Irene Little Wallace Scholarship:

This scholarship comes with a minimum, one-time award of $500. Students applying for the award must be undergraduate majors in English with a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrated financial need. Applications are due in hard-copy to the English Department in Pray-Harrold and should be directed to the attention of Professor Melissa Jones. Students who do not receive the award upon first application are encouraged to resubmit.

Mariam Turbin Scholarship:

This scholarship comes with a one-time award of approximately $150. Students applying for the award must be declared undergraduate majors or minors in English, must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and must demonstrate leadership in University or community activities. Applications are due in hard-copy to the English Department in Pray-Harrold and should be directed to the attention of Professor Melissa Jones. Students who do not receive the award upon first application are encouraged to resubmit.

Madalene and Jack McClow Memorial End Scholarship (Teaching, Need, Majors or Minors):

This scholarship comes with a one-time award of approximately $1,000. Students applying for the award must be declared undergraduate majors or minors in English, must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, must have demonstrated financial need, and must be seeking a teaching certificate. Applications are due in hard-copy to the English Department in Pray-Harrold and should be directed to the attention of Professor Melissa Jones. Students who do not receive the award upon first application are encouraged to resubmit.

Journal of Narrative Theory Graduate Studies in Literature Scholarship:

This scholarship awards up to $500 a year to graduate students in Literature. Beginning in the Fall 2009, one award will be granted with the possibility of renewing. The scholarship is designed to award students who demonstrate potential in literary criticism and theory, and who intend to go on in a Ph.D. program in Literature and ultimately specialize in a field drawing on literary criticism and theory in some way. Applications are due in hard-copy to the English Department in Pray-Harrold and should be directed to the attention of Craig Dionne and Abby Coykendall, Editors JNT: Journal of Narrative Theory. Students who do not receive the award upon first application are encouraged to resubmit.