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Barnes & Noble Scholarship: Graduate School of EducationEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Chandler Y. Keller ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by Mrs. Shirley W. Keller in memory of her husband, a local lawyer, community leader, and lover of history. This scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing, with demonstrated financial need, who is pursuing a degree in social studies education with history as a major.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
David L. Kushner Mathematics Teacher Education ScholarshipEstablished in 1996 by David L. Kushner '70, who began his career as a teacher in the local community and then moved into positions of employment related to non-profit management. This scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time School of Education master's student with demonstrated leadership potential through course work, field work, past or current employment, or volunteer activity, and with demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Dolores A. Granito ScholarshipEstablished in 1987 in honor of Professor Emerita Dolores A. Granito, a retired School of Education faculty member in mathematics education. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time female graduate student pursuing a degree in mathematics education.Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in Education and Mathematics. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Fred L. Kennedy '50 Scholarship in Social Studies EducationEstablished in 1997 by Fred L. Kennedy '50, a local social studies teacher, this scholarship is awarded to a student in the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Social Studies program who demonstrates potential to become an excellent teacher, and who plans to teach social studies in grades 9-12 in a public high school. Preference is given to residents of Broome or Tioga Counties.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Geraldine S. Weil Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time student in the Master of Science in Education in Reading/Language Arts program who plans to teach reading in the elementary schools.Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Graduate School of Education ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to matriculated GSOE students, with demonstrated financial need, who have demonstrated the correlation between the GSOE mission and their own lives.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Horace and Jane Hill ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by former Dean Linda B. Biemer in honor of the 60th Anniversary of her parents. This merit-based scholarship is awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need who is pursuing an M.A.T. in Social Studies. Dean Biemer began her career as a social studies teacher.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.

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