Elinor V. Metzen Mathe Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Elinor V. Metzen Mathe ‘41. This scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the Oshkosh campus. Undergraduate applicants must have met Gateway I requirements and have been admitted, or have applied for fall admission, to the Teacher Education Program. Graduate applicants must be admitted to the College of Education and Human Services and be enrolled in one of the following master’s degree programs: Teaching and Learning, Special Education, Literacy and Language, or Educational Leadership. Preference will be given to students intending to teach at the middle school or junior high school level. Preference will be given to applicants who have left the teaching profession and have decided to return after a lapse. Priority will be based on the applicant’s long-term goals and indication of their dedication to a career in education. Evidence of outstanding scholarship will also be considered in the selection process. Financial need based on an essay will be considered, but will be of secondary importance. This award will be paid out in Fall 2021.

Award
$925
Scopes
COEHS Collegewide, College of Education & Human Services, Graduate Award, Oshkosh Campus, Undergraduate Award
Deadline
11/08/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. For graduate students, have you left the teaching profession and returned after a lapse? Explain briefly.
  2. Please provide a statement describing your long-term goals and describe your dedication to a career in education.
  3. Please submit a statement describing your financial need.
  4. Please provide the name and email of two individuals (non-relatives) who have agreed to serve as references to support your application. Your references must comment on your dedication to a career in education. 1 of 2.
  5. Please provide the name and email of two individuals (non-relatives) who have agreed to serve as references to support your application. Your references must comment on your dedication to a career in education. 2 of 2.