Award applications

Newark AAUW branch seeks student award applicants

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12:59 p.m., Feb. 10, 2014--The Newark branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) invites students to apply for its annual $500 award to an outstanding senior woman graduating from the University of Delaware in May.

The award will be presented at the award recipient’s college convocation. The recipient will also be recognized at the May meeting of the Newark branch of AAUW.

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Principal criteria include academic achievement (with a minimum index of 3.25) and leadership in volunteer service, not only on campus, but also for the greater Newark area or her home community.

Applications are available on the web or by email by writing to Sandra Millard at skm@udel.edu, or at the Office of Equity and Inclusion, 305 Hullihen Hall. The deadline for submission of applications is Friday, March 7. 

Submit applications, nominations or questions to Millard, University of Delaware Library, at 302-831-2231 or via email at skm@udel.edu.

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