Ann Amelia Lewis Warner Scholarship
Ann Amelia Lewis Warner, "A woman of virtue and substance who lived, loved and made the absolute best of it", was born in Anguilla, West Indies on May 3, 1922. Mrs. Warner along with her husband John Warner moved to the United States in the 1950's to improve their economic condition. Out of their wedlock, the couple produced five children who attended such schools as Stony Brook University, Fairfield University, Emporia State University, University of Georgia, Long Island University, University of Bridgeport, and Farleigh Dickerson. Sponsored by Patrick and Michelle Warner, this award is to be used as a stipend for books and tuition that are required as part of the Integrated Marketing Communications program in the EMU College of Business (Patrick is an IMC alumnus). A preference is for student awardees to have permanent residence outside the state of Michigan.
The Ann Amelia Lewis Scholarship has been awarding graduate students since 2010. Also, the Warners recently recommitted to a financial pledge for the next five years, allocating $1,000 for both fall and winter. Finally, the responsible party for the Dean of the EMU College of Business, may select the awardee.
To apply, please visit https://www.emich.edu/cob/student-resources/scholarships/grad-scholarships.php