Louise Harwell Rogers Piano Scholarship
The Louise Harwell Rogers Piano Scholarship Fund is established at the University of New Hampshire by her family, friends, and colleagues to aid deserving piano students. Louise Harwell Rogers was a member of the faculty of the UNH Music department from 1967 to 1976 and was especially well known for her interpretations of contemporary music. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship assistance to undergraduate or graduate students who are studying piano. First consideration will be given to piano majors, but the award may be given to music majors studying--but not majoring in--piano, or to gifted non-majors who are studying piano. The award recipient will be chosen on the basis of merit by the Chair of the Music Department; financial need is not to be a factor in making this award. All awards will be made in keeping with the financial aid policies of the University.