E. W. Scripps School of Journalism Scholarship Application 2010

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Дедлайн: 15.03.2010

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Each year several undergraduate journalism scholarships of varying amounts are awarded to deserving students. Some are based on need and achievement, others are only achievement based.   To be eligible for these scholarships, download and submit this application. Completed paper applications must be returned to the School of Journalism office (Scripps 106) by Monday, March 15, 2010.  All applications must be typed.

Please note there are additional requirements for 3 special scholarships and the George Starr Lasher Living Legacy award. To apply for the special scholarships listed below, fill out this application and then attach the additional materials requested.  Please make sure your name is on everything.  You may apply for any or all of the special scholarships listed below, but please include a copy of your application form with each set of materials.

Science Writing Scholarship– Include two examples of reporting on science, health or environmental topics.  Stories may be print, online or broadcast format.  Please label the stories Science Writing Scholarship.

Apgar Ethics Scholarship– Include a 2-page typed essay describing an ethical dilemma you faced on an internship or working for student or professional media (news, public relations or advertising).  Please title essay Apgar Ethics Scholarship.

George Starr Lasher Living Legacy Scholarship–This award provides an opportunity for a journalism student of junior or senior rank to participate in an international or cultural experience of his/her choice.  Previous winners have traveled to major cities in the U.S. as well as abroad – i.e. New York City, Chicago, New Orleans, Paris, and London. Include a typed 750-1,000-word essay describing the intellectual and cultural experience you would hope to have if you receive this scholarship. Please title essay Lasher Living Legacy Scholarship.

Robert and Penny Stewart OLEC Scholarship—This special scholarship will provide assistance toward participation in the Summer 2010 OLEC Documentary Storytelling in Europe program in Leipzig Germany.  Students will take 12 credit hours and produce short, non-fiction documentary programs.  Include a 750-1,000 word essay explaining why you are interested in the OLEC program and what topic you might pursue for a documentary.  Please title the essay OLEC Scholarship.

(This application is ONLY for School of Journalism scholarships—you must apply separately, online, for university-wide scholarships offered through Chubb Hall—www.ohio.edu/financialaid.)

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