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Scholarships

If you are interested an ETRA scholarship you can apply through scholarship system. For more scholarship information, please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office



Robert H. Bauernfeind Memorial Scholarship

One scholarship for a master or doctoral student in the College of Education seeking a degree with an emphasis in Educational Research and Evaluation. The applicant must have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours by date of application.

  • Required elements. Completed 15 credit hours, letter of recommendation, high GPA, demonstrated interest in Educational Research and Evaluation, essay (250 words max) and resume.
  • Desired elements: Paper presentations at professional conferences, professional honors, and published articles/instruments.
  • Procedure. Complete application form and attach: resume, letter of recommendation, an essay (approximately 250 words) detailing your professional involvement in educational research and evaluation and your commitment to the field in your anticipated professional career. You should demonstrate your familiarity with educational research and evaluation by incorporating it in the foregoing discussion.
  • Selection. The ETRA Department Academic Research, Retention, and Professionalism Committee will choose the recipient. The committee's decision will be final. Successful candidates will be notified by e-mail.

Submit complete applications to Gabel 208, no later than March 1.


James Douglas Gott, Ph.D. Education Scholarship for Doctoal Students in Instructional Technology

One scholarship for participation in professional meetings and conferences related to Instructional Technology. All applicants must:

be at the doctoral level in the Instructional Technology program

demonstrate both academic and professional achievement in the field of Instructional technology and design

have a paper or presentation related to Instructional Technology accepted at an international, state, or national conference for the coming year.

Graduate student must have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours by date of application.

  • Required elements: Completed 24 hours, letter of recommendation, high GPA, resume, acceptance of paper/presentation at IT-related conference
    (include copy of abstract, authorship list and complete proposal).
  • Desired elements: Paper presentations at professional conferences, professional honors, and published articles/media.
  • Procedure. Complete application form and attach: resume, letter of recommendation, paper proposal (copy of abstract, authorship, complete proposal, and acceptance letter)
  • Selection. The ETRA Department Academic Research, Retention, and Professionalism Committee will choose the recipient. The committee's decision will be final. Successful candidates will be notified by e-mail.

  Scholarship is award twice a year. Applications must be submitted by October 1 and February 1


 

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