This fund provides financial assistance through grants to students involved in the internship portion of the graduate program in teacher education. Recipients are selected for their academic performance and for their potential for contribution to the teaching profession. All are graduates of New Hampshire high schools.
This award was established in memory of Irving Ausman by his daughter. Two annual stipends of $1000 are awarded to part-time students in the Department of Education's Counseling Program. Criteria for selection include demonstrated commitment to and enthusiasm for a career in counseling, academic merit, and an essay by the candidates.
This award was established in memory of Dr. Marcia McCann, a former member of the staff of Career Planning and Placement at UNH. An annual award of $500-$1000 is made to an incoming or current student in the Department of Education's Counseling Program who demonstrates a special interest in Career Counseling.
These awards recognize outstanding achievement in research conducted by graduate students in the Education Department and encourage the submission of original research for publication in professional journals and presentation at professional conferences.
The purpose of the Rae Martin Emmett Scholarship is to provide financial support to graduate students in the Education department who are enrolled in an internship course required for the completion of their degree. The minimum award shall be $3,000.
Friends, colleagues, and former students established a fund in honor of the late Thomas O. Marshall, Professor of Education from 1947 until his retirement in 1973 and department chair from 1947 to 1959. The annual income is awarded to one or more M.Ed. students, known as Thomas O.
The purpose of the William & Laura Hooper Endowed Fund is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students at the University who are seriously pursuing a career in teaching and who commute to campus in order to fulfill their degree requirements.
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