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SHIRLEY STOKKE ANDERSON GRADUATE DIETETICS SCHOLARSHIP

 

One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to a graduate student earning  the online Master of Science (M.S.) in Dietetics degree through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (GPIDEA). The recipient must be a graduate student enrolled at North Dakota State University through the College of Human Development and Education at the time of application and disbursement. Selection is based upon evidence of commitment and academic accomplishment. The applicant may be a Registered Dietitian (RD) as recognized by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). If no applicant qualifies, the award will be made to an undergraduate student in dietetics.


JENNIFER BATES MEMORIAL GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Two scholarships of $215 will be awarded to graduate students who are North Dakota residents preparing for a career in guidance and counseling. Selection is based upon evidence of commitment, academic accomplishment and need for assistance. Must be a graduate student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education at the time of award disbursement. 


GRACE E. BAYLISS GOLD MEMORIAL GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to an outstanding graduate student majoring in an area of Apparel, Design, and Hospitality Management; Human Development and Family Science; Dietetics; or Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Must be a graduate student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education at the time of award disbursement. 


BBN AND MH GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

 

One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to a candidate in the doctoral program in the College of Human Development and Education: Gerontology or Wellness. The applicant must be a Registered Dietitian (RD) as recognized by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), must be born in North Dakota, the USA or Canada, respectively. Recipients are eligible to reapply. There is no limit to the number of times a person can receive the scholarship. In addition to the above, selection preference will be based on the following in descending order:

  • Registered Dietitian; working on PhD in Gerontology
  • Registered Dietitian; working on PhD in Wellness  
  • Registered Dietitian; working on MS in Gerontology
  • Registered Dietitian; working on MS in Wellness.  

When all else is equal, preference will be given to the applicant who is working on his/her dissertation.


BOARD OF VISITOR'S GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

One $3000 scholarship is awarded to give support to a graduate student in the College of Human Development and Education.  The funds are intended to assist a student so they may fully participate in their graduate studies.  


GRACE DELONG SCHOLARSHIP

(MAIL IN APPLICATION ONLY): One scholarship of $200 will be awarded to a Family and Community Education member interested in improving employability through additional education or training. Use the Grace Delong Scholarship application form. Mail to: Melissa Eiter, 1050 38 1/2 Ave. W., West Fargo ND 58078. Application Deadline: April 1. 


EMILY FREEMAN GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

(MAIL IN APPLICATION ONLY): This scholarship will be awarded to a North Dakota resident with a Bachelor's Degree in an area of Apparel, Design, Facility, and Hospitality Management; Child Development and Family Science; Dietetics; or Family and Consumer Sciences Education who has been accepted in the North Dakota State University Graduate School to work towards a Master's Degree in one of the above fields. The scholarship is pro-rated at $150 per semester for two semesters. Scholarship must be used within 2 years. Use the Emily Freeman Graduate Scholarship application form. Mail to: Melissa Eiter, 1050 38 1/2 Ave. W., West Fargo ND 58078. Application Deadline: April 1.


CHRISTINE FINLAYSON MEMORIAL GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $640 will be awarded to a current or former Family and Consumer Science teacher who intends to continue education at NDSU which may lead to a Master's Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Preference given to applicants who: have taught successfully for at least one year; have an undergraduate degree with a major in Family and Consumer Sciences Education; and meet admission requirements to the graduate school. If no Master's Degree candidate qualifies, the scholarship may be awarded to a post-baccalaureate student in Family and Consumer Sciences Education. 


RUTH E. HANSON MEMORIAL GRADUATE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $250 will be awarded to an older-than-average graduate student in Education. 


BUCK (FRANCIS) AND HONEY (DOROTHY) ISROW FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $1250 will be awarded to a student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education who has been accepted into the Athletic Training program - curriculum phase. If no applicant is available from the Athletic Training program; Physical Education - Teaching or HNES - Teaching will be considered. The recipient must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and demonstrate financial need. Recipient must be taking a minimum of 12 graded credits at time of award disbursement. 


VIOLA LARSEN JORDHEIM GRADUATE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $385 is awarded to a student for continued study in Apparel, Design, and Hospitality and Tourism Management; Human Development and Family Science; Dietetics; or Family and Consumer Sciences Education at NDSU. The award is based on academic performance, leadership, character, and potential for professional promise in the field of Human Development and Education. Must be a graduate student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education at the time of award disbursement. 


DR. EVELYN MORROW LEBEDEFF AND JAMES LEBEDEFF NEVER STOP LEARNING SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $1,610 will be awarded to a student that is a candidate for the doctorate program in the College of Human Development and Education. Preference will be given to the applicant who is working on his/her dissertation. Must be a graduate student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education at the time of award and disbursement. Recipients are eligible to reapply. There is no limit to the number of times a person can receive the scholarship. This scholarship cannot be awarded in conjunction with other HD&E scholarships. The acceptance of external scholarship/funding and assistantships does not disqualify applicants for this award. Note: The Human Development doctoral program is making a transition to three separate doctoral programs in Counseling; Exercise Science and Nutrition; and Gerontology (dual-title program). Students in these new programs are also eligible for this scholarship.


MIDWEST DAIRY COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to a junior, non-graduating senior, or graduate student status at time of application majoring in Dietetics, Family and Consumer Sciences Education or Education. Selection criteria: a cumulative 2.75 GPA and leadership potential. Must plan to attend NDSU during the 2014-2015 academic year. 


MAVIS NYMON FOOD AND NUTRITION GRADUATE STUDY SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship of $170 will be awarded to a graduate student majoring in HNES/Nutrition Option. Selection will be based on character, scholarship, and need. Applicant must demonstrate promise in the field of food and nutrition.


DR. E.P. AND LUCY E. WENZ GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been accepted into the Athletic Training program.  Selection will be based on high academic standing.  Must be a graduate student enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education and in their final year of the program at the time of award disbursement. Must attend Honor's Day Award Celebration.

 


Procedures for successful submission of applications:

 

Review the scholarship listing which you will find on this page and choose a scholarship you would like to apply for and follow these instructions.

1. Download the PDF application(s) from this website and save this PDF application on your hard drive;
2. Open the PDF application using Adobe Reader, version 8 or newer (you may not use "Preview" on a MAC to fill this form). If you do not have this available to you, Adobe Reader may be downloaded free at this link: http://www.adobe.com/
3. Add your data to the PDF application at your convenience and save the PDF on your hard drive;
4. Copy the PDF on your hard drive so that you have a back-up;
5. Log in to this Web site: https://apps.ndsu.edu/pdfupload/ using the log in name and password that you use when logging in to Blackboard
6. Select the receiving department (HDE);
7. Select the form from the drop down list of available forms for the receiving department that you selected; and
8. Upload the copy of the PDF application to this Web site. Once your PDF is uploaded, you can click the "Click here for a receipt" button to ensure that the form has been received. Your application is not complete until you upload it to this web site. You may print a copy of the PDF application for your records, but you may not print the application and hand it in or mail it to the college.

If you have any questions, please contact the Dean's Office at 231-8211.

REMEMBER: Be sure to observe the criteria and deadline for each scholarship. Student academic records will be checked to verify that the recipient is enrolled in the College of Human Development and Education at the time of disbursement and is meeting all remaining requirements. It is the student's responsibility to submit scholarship applications.


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Last Updated: Friday, January 31, 2014 11:03:17 AM