Earth Science Education Scholarships
MSUM offers Earth Science Education majors scholarships for current and incoming students. Scholarships are listed below. Students can apply for university scholarships through the online scholarship application October 1-February 1.
This Scholarship is awarded to Anthropology and Earth Science students.
No additional requirements are needed.
The Tom and Adrienne Bahr Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to students majoring in a humanities field and enrolled full-time. The scholarship award will be half to full tuition for one academic year with the possibility of renewal for up to four years (the scholarship amount will depend on the recipient’s residency status).
Students who are eligible for this scholarship will be invited to the Scholarship Interview Day held annually in February on campus.
Eligibility requires a declared major in a humanities field and remains so for the duration of the scholarship. MSUM Humanities majors include:
- English, History, Social Studies with a History Emphasis, Social Studies with an Anthropology Emphasis, Women’s & Gender Studies, Art History, Film Studies, Anthropology
- While preference will be given to students pursuing a Humanities based degree, other degrees may be given consideration, provided they align with the spirit of the Tom and Adrienne Bahr strategic objectives for the Humanities.
Michlovic Endowed Scholarship Story
Faculty and staff of the Department of Anthropology & Earth Science, desiring to permanently invest in the future of MSUM, established the Michlovic Endowed Scholarship within the MSUM Alumni Foundation named in honor of Michael G. Michlovic.
Allocations from the Michlovic Endowed Scholarship shall be used for scholarships for Anthropology & Earth Science Students.
Initiated in the spring of 2012, this fund was named the Michlovic Scholarship because Mike helped create our interdisciplinary Anthropology and Earth Science department in 1999. We also recognize Mike’s contributions as chair from 1999-2011 and as professor of anthropology since 1975. Our goal is to raise $10,000 by March 2017 to satisfy the conditions for an endowed scholarship. After this goal is reached, allocations (approximately $500) generated from interest on the principal would be used for annual scholarships.
We presently enroll about 100 students in the department, many of whom need financial support. The Michlovic Scholarship will allow us to support and honor highly engaged majors who do much to inspire faculty and students in the department, while continuing Mike’s focus on experiential learning and well-trained students.