USF Libraries Scholarships and Fellowships: Investing in Student Success

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011 | Posted in Your Library in Action by Eileen M. Thornton | Comments Off on USF Libraries Scholarships and Fellowships: Investing in Student Success

Supporting student success is the USF Libraries’ number one priority. The USF Tampa Library awarded $8,500 in scholarships in 2011, to 10 deserving students. These scholarships are made possible through the generous support of our donors, including friends, alumni, faculty, staff, perhaps even you, who have invested in scholarships through the USF Libraries to support student learning and research.

2011 USF Libraries Scholarship Recipients, with Dean Garrison: (front row) Meagan Albin (Junior; Elementary Education; Sociology minor), Nicholas Hernandez (Freshman; Double major: Biomedical Sciences & Psychology), and Raechel Canipe (Junior; Psychology; Sociology minor) Back row: Skyler Ketchum (Freshman; Architecture), Usman Ahmad (Freshman; Engineering), Alexander Peterson (Freshman; Geology), and Michael Isaacs (Junior; Accounting).

Help us make more students’ dreams of success come true by contacting the USF Libraries Development Office to make a contribution. Supporting student success is achieved in many ways. In addition to scholarships, you can make a difference by enhancing one of our endowments in support of student assistantships and research fellowships in these areas, including the Riordan Fellowship.

2009 USF Libraries Scholarship Recipients and facilitators: Stacy Holman Jones (asst. professor), Darcy Webber, Diana Hurlburt, Seunjoo Park, Dennis J. Smith, Cenia M. Tamo Meza, Larry Heilos (committee), Paula Lezama Romero, donor Ruth Coleman, Donna Menendez

Contact us to make a financial contribution to these and other student success efforts:
The USF Libraries Development Office


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