The Steelman Fellowship is awarded each year to a junior in the College of Health and Human Services who normally works during the summer due to financial need. The Steelman Fellowship includes a stipend of $4000 that allows the awardee to complete a summer service project instead.
The deadline for the Steelman Fellowship is announced yearly. Inquiries about the fellowship should be directed to the CHHS Dean's Office.
The Steelman Public Service Fellowship Fund was established in 1999 by David C. Steelman and Dr. Virginia Theo-Steelman to provide stipends for undergraduate students in the School of Health and Human Sciences to complete full-time summer service learning experiences in the public service sector.
Alice Freeman Reed Scholarship
The purpose of the Alice Freeman Reed Scholarship Fund is to provide a needs-based award to undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire who major in Family Studies. To be eligible for the award:
1. Applicants must be in their freshman, sophomore, or junior year of their undergraduate studies.
2. Applicants must be first-in-family college students.
Awardees may receive up to $2,000, and must remain enrolled as Family Studies students during the year they receive the funding. If a student transfers out of the Family Studies major in the year they receive the scholarship, the award will be withdrawn. Previous awardees may reapply for the scholarship.
Applications for the Alice Freeman Reed Scholarship are located on the Undergraduate Forms Page.
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