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Indiana University Scholarships - Campus Awards

  1. Herman B Wells Senior Recognition Award
    Selection coordinated and award administered by the Indiana Memorial Union Board, 855-4682. Nominations solicited by faculty mailing.
  2. Elvis J. Stahr Distinguished Senior Awards
    Selection coordinated by the Indiana Memorial Union Board 855-4682; award administered by the Student Alumni Association, 855-7221. Nominations solicited by faculty mailing.
  3. Ken Gros Louis Scholarship
    $5,000 award to a student for use during their senior year on the IUB campus. Administered by Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs, 855-8187. Deadline in spring.
  4. Beryl Showers Holland Fellowships and the Susan Butler and Clara Jovan Goodbody scholarships. Values of the awards vary from $1000 to $3000. Administered by Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs, 855-8187.
  5. Commission on Multicultural Understanding Awards
    The purpose of the annual awards, presented by the Commission on Multicultural Understanding (COMU), 855-4463, is to honor individuals who actively support, participate in, or encourage the exploration of cultural diversity in and around the Indiana University campus. There are undergraduate and graduate student categories. Deadline in spring.
  6. Research Stipends in Practical Ethics for Undergraduates
    The stipends of up to $200 each will be awarded to as many as ten undergraduates for use in research in the area of practical ethics. Projects should address theoretical and applied dimensions of a moral issue in public life.


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