Paretsky Award for Creativity

Due Date:  Friday, April 21, 2017

The Sara and Mary Edwards Paretsky Award for Creativity is a cash award of approximately $500. The recipient must be a woman student completing her junior year who has demonstrated creativity and originality in her chosen field.

Students must apply for this scholarship. A completed application consists of the following items:

1) a completed application form.

2) a project consisting of an example or set of examples (dependent upon the chosen field) of the student's creativity. The project may consist of works of art, slides, video, CD's, poems and/or short fiction, architectural models, or other appropriate materials. Only one example or set of examples is needed; students need not make multiple copies. This should be uploaded on your application form or turned in to Nunemaker Center by April 21.

3) a recommendation letter from a faculty sponsor in support of the project.


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