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Loan Funds, Scholarships, and Awards

The following are privately contributed loan and scholarship funds. For federal programs and general student aid information, see the Enrollment Services section of the URI Catalog.

Loan Funds, Scholarships, and Awards

LOAN FUNDS

Short-term loans are available to full-time students who can demonstrate a means of repayment. These are interest-free loans that may be used only for education-related expenses and must be repaid within 90 days.

Short-term loan funds have been contributed by private donors. In addition to an unrestricted fund for undergraduates, loans are available to graduate and international students.

Included among the many donors to the Short-Term Loan Fund are: Leroy F. Burroughs, Dean Mason Campbell Memorial, Norman M. Fain, Barney M. Goldberg, Robert W. Krovitz and Bella S. Krovitz Memorial, Ernest T. Michie Education Loan Fund, Patrons Association, Providence Engineering Society, Providence Wholesale Drug Company, University of Rhode Island Alumni Association, John H. Washburn Memorial, and Louisa White Fund. A separate short-term loan fund has been established in the name of Peter M. and Mildred J. Galanti.

Also, individual loan funds have been established in the name of the late Dr. J. Louis Jack in memory of his brother, Dr. Gabriel J. Jack, and his wife, Gladys E. Jack. These funds are available to any qualified URI students with financial need and good scholastic standing. Interest rate is one-half of prevailing rate.

Applications for short-term loans are available at Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services, located within Enrollment Services.

* Denotes availability to graduate students.

SCHOLARSHIPS

If not otherwise stated in the following descriptions, selection of recipient is made by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Any College of the University

George and Violet Ajootian Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students with financial need.

Governor and Mrs. Lincoln Almond Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a Rhode Island resident based on financial need.

*American Screw Company Foundation Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to worthy undergraduate or graduate students, with preference to children of former employees of the American Screw Company.

Anthony Athletic Association Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually with preference given to any high school graduate who is/continues to be a Coventry resident.

George E. Arnold ’30 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

Aurora Civic Association Scholarship: Income from endowment to support the University’s general scholarship fund.

*John F. Bannon Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to deserving undergraduate or graduate students on the basis of financial need.

William and Jean Barber: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to undergraduate students from Newport County, RI who express interest in working in youth development and who have financial need.

Amy Jane Bare Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship for deserving students with preference to female residents of Newport County, RI.

*Ann and Albert Barker Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a married student currently enrolled at the University with a GPA of 2.50 or better.

Carlton and Olive Barton Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student with an above-average academic record and genuine financial need.

George A. Bates Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student with genuine financial need and good academic performance.

John M. Baxter Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in men’s basketball or men’s track awarded annually to a student competing in one of these sports. Recipient selected by the director of athletics in consultation with basketball and track coaches. The funds were donated by the late John M. Baxter ’52, Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, and numerous others.

Walter Beaupre Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment to be used at the discretion of the swimming coach with approval of the URI athletic director.

Ralph S. Belmont, M.D., ’31 Scholarship: Income from endowment available to undergraduate students with financial need. First consideration given to graduates of Rogers High School in Newport.

Benson Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an African-American student who is well-rounded academically and who demonstrates commitment to community service. Recipient will be selected by Enrollment Services.

Artacky and Elese Berberian Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference to Armenian students.

William Bingham Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to supplement student financial aid, in instances where other available scholarship support is insufficient to meet student needs.

Hank Blay Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student employed by, or whose parent is employed by, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, on the basis of academic performance and genuine financial need.

Alice Bliss Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need.

Patrick K. Bolger Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the Special Programs for Talent Development program. Preference given to graduates of the community preparatory school program in South Providence. Selection made by Talent Development program.

Edward and Mary Brewster Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually with first preference to a student of Armenian extraction and/or a graduate of Davis High School in Davis, MA.

Nathalie E. Briggs: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually, with preference to a member of Chi Omega Sorority, based on financial need.

Howard S. and Elsa M. Brightman Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to undergraduate students in good academic standing with genuine financial need who are graduates of Scituate High School.

Brittingham/Pezzullo Scholarship: Fund established to honor Mrs. Eva Stuebe, Tom Pezzullo Jr., and Ines Rose Longo. Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an incoming, first-year student who is a Rhode Island resident and a first-generation college attendee with demonstrated financial need.

Gustin Buonaiuto Family Endowment: Income from endowment added to the Harold Kopp Scholarship fund awarded annually to a football player. Selection made by the football coach and the director of athletics.

Leroy F. Burroughs Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need.

Robert Stetson Butler and Charlene Klatt Butler Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship(s) awarded annually to a resident(s) of West Greenwich who is a graduate of Exeter-West Greenwich High School on the basis of financial need with preference to an incoming freshman.

Ernie Calverley Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in athletics with preference to men’s basketball. If there is no men’s basketball player with financial need, then the scholarship will be made available to a male or female student who is academically qualified (more than a 2.00 grade point average) and who is participating in a varsity sport that is not fully funded by the Department of Athletics. Recipients selected by the director of athletics.

E. Doris Carney Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to the member of Phi Sigma Kappa having the highest grade point average. Phi Sigma National will match the award. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and Phi Sigma Kappa.

Carothers Centennial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually through the Centennial Scholarship Program.

Robert L. Carothers and Patricia Ruane Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to minority students.

Castellucci and Galli, Inc. Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need.

Hazel Ruth Cavnor Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students on the basis of financial need and the student’s application in studies.

Chester Cekala ’54 and Eileen Cekala Scholarship: The endowment shall be used to provide a scholarship to a freshman student from North Attleboro, Massachusetts, based on academic achievement. If no students from North Attleboro are admitted to the University, students from the greater Attleboro area will be considered.

Centreville Savings Bank Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to undergraduate students who live in the Centreville Bank service area on the basis of merit (3.00 minimum average) and financial need.

Harry C. Chandler ’24 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need.

Jim and Cathy Chandley Hockey Scholarship: Interest from endowment awarded annually to a student on the men’s or women’s hockey team based on financial need with preference to a child of a firefighter and Rhode Island residents.

Chi Omega ’60s Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually. Preference to a Chi Omega or to a son or daughter of a Chi Omega who is in good academic standing and displays leadership in the community. Recipient will be chosen by a Chi Omega committee led by Roberta Anderson.

Citizens Bank Women’s Athletic Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to woman who is loyal and ethical, shows leadership and discipline, and is a Rhode Island high school graduate with outstanding athletic talent who maintains a 2.50 grade point average. Recipient may qualify for the scholarship in future years if she continues to meet the criteria. Selection made by a committee comprising the senior women’s athletics administrator at URI, a Citizens Bank representative, the director of athletics, and the director of student financial aid.

*George P. and Vera J. Clark Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to needy and worthy students with first preference to graduates of Chariho High School.

Philip H. Clark Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to deserving undergraduates.

Barbara Marie Colavecchio Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of genuine financial need and academic achievement. First preference to Rhode Island high school graduates.

Commercial Management Service, Inc., Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students demonstrating need with satisfactory academic standing.

Kenneth L. and Bertha T. Coombs 4-H Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually based on a combination of genuine financial need and academic performance. First preference to an entering student currently or formerly a 4-H member who is a resident of Rhode Island. Application to include a summary of student’s 4-H experience.

Jennifer Corbett Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to the child of a firefighter, police officer, and/or enlisted military personnel.

Corner Kick Scholarship Fund: Scholarship awarded to a male soccer player recommended by the head coach of the URI men’s soccer team and the director of athletics, as approved by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Douglas Cote and Jennifer Cote Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate student from a low-income family with preference to African-American or Hispanic students.

Edward J. Cox Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a male or female athlete who participates in any one of the University’s NCAA athletic programs and who maintains a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Cranston Print Works Company Scholarships: Awarded to dependent children of employees. Available to qualified applicants for a maximum of two years at up to $1,500 annually. Applications available at the office of the director of human resources, Cranston Print Works, Cranston, R.I.

Dr. and Mrs. Gene A. Croce Scholastic Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship for deserving students of Italo-American descent who are striving diligently toward a degree in a pre-medical concentration.

A.T. Cross Company Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to deserving students with financial need.

Dr. Donald and Amelia Davidson Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students in good academic standing with genuine financial need.

Henry E. Davis Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to deserving students.

Frances B. DeFrance Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a woman student who is a Rhode Island resident on the basis of scholastic ability and financial need. Contributed by Chapter B, P.E.O., Kingston, R.I., in memory of one of its founders.

Anna and Gregory Demetrakas Fund: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to Rhode Island students enrolled in the Feinstein College of Continuing Education who are majoring in mathematics or a related area on the basis of financial need and academic merit. Recipients selected by the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education Scholarship Committee.

Ronald Denelle Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in good standing at URI. Preference to South County residents.

Paul DePace Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment, established by PARI in honor of Paul DePace, director of URI Capital Projects, for scholarships awarded to students who are permanently disabled.

Colonel Joseph DeRita Football Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a football player. Recipient selected by the Department of Athletics.

Ida and Chris DiCarlo Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student residing in Pawtucket who maintains a 3.00 GPA.

Leo F. DiMaio Jr. Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships for students in the Talent Development program with met financial need who exemplify the Talent Development philosophy of hard work, program commitment, and academic achievement. Selection made by the Talent Development program.

Dr. Joseph D. DiMase Scholarship in Pre-Med Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a third- or fourth-year student with financial need who is pursuing any pre-med major.

Henry and Jane Donnell Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need. Recipient chosen by the Student Financial Aid Office.

Dubee Family Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student, preferably African-American, with a good academic record and genuine financial need.

Daniel R. Dye Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a graduate of East Providence High School with financial need.

Frances R. and James W. Eastwood ’37 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a deserving student with demonstrated academic promise. Selection made by the Admission Office.

*Dr. Edward and Polly Eddy Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to an international student. Scholarship was initiated in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Eddy’s retirement from URI.

Lloyd C. and Marilynn W. England Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to be awarded annually to students in good academic standing who have financial need. First preference to students from Rhode Island.

Michael D. Fascitelli Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student from North Providence High School who has demonstrated academic ability and athletic ability and who has documented financial need.

Federico Family Scholarship: In memory of James J. Federico Sr. ‘35, James J. Federico Jr., and Nancy L. Federico. Income from endowment provides a scholarship awarded annually to a student-athlete graduating from Westerly High School.

Alan Shawn Feinstein Leadership Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to entering freshmen who are Feinstein Jr. Scholars. The same student may receive the scholarship for four years provided that the student is full-time and participates in a small community service project.

Ferland Corporation Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need. Preference given to employees or children of employees of the Ferland Corporation, citizens of Pawtucket, and graduates of St. Raphael’s Academy.

Frank and Arthur Fiorenzano Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually on the basis of financial need, with consideration given to academic excellence. Preference given to Rhode Island residents, or F.A.F., Inc. employees and their children.

Michael J. Fitzgerald Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship(s) in the amount of $500 awarded annually to a sophomore, junior, or senior member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity on the basis of financial need and involvement in community service, with preference given to a student wishing to work in a human service vocation.

Irving “Shorty” Folsworth Memorial Track Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to URI men’s track candidates as decided by the URI athletic director in consultation with the men’s track coach.

William N. ’17 and Anita Fritsch Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to a student with financial need.

Thomas A. Gamon Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students from Aquidneck Island.

Beatrice and Tom Garrick Sr. Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a minority student with financial need. The fund was established with proceeds from the 1988 NCAA basketball tournament.

General Dynamics Electric Boat Division Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships of $350 awarded, with preference to children of full-time employees of the Quonset Point facility. The students must have financial need and must be studying business, engineering, or the sciences.

Olive Z. Godfrey Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

Morton and Ruth Grossman Scholarship: Income from endowment shared among the College of Nursing, turf research, and general need-based scholarships.

George Hadfield III Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually primarily to graduates of Tolman High School in Pawtucket.

Carlisle Hall ’15 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need, with preference to the Kappa Rho chapter of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity members and ROTC cadets.

Louis Raymond Hampton ’42 Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of genuine financial need and academic performance. First preference given to engineering students who are dependent children of Providence Gas Company employees.

Vasilios S. and Aphrodite Haseotes Scholarship: Scholarship for an undergraduate student enrolled at URI whose home residence is any one of the New England states. While there is no academic programmatic criteria associated with the scholarship, the awardee must have a 3.00 or above quality point average, as well as having a demonstrated financial need. Students receiving the scholarship may be entering freshmen or upperclassmen. Final scholarship decisions are made by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

James H. Higgins Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need. Gift is from the estate of Mrs. James H. (Ellen F.) Higgins.

James H. Higgins Jr. Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need.

High School Model Legislature: Amount of general fee awarded to an incoming freshman who has given an outstanding performance in the Model Legislature. Application must be made for this award. Recipients selected by the program director of the high school.

Conrad R. Hill Memorial: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a male ice hockey player who is in good academic standing (2.50 minimum grade point average) and making good progress towards graduation.

Hoder Family Endowment: Income from endowment added to the Harold Kopp Scholarship fund awarded annually to a football player. Selection made by the football coach and the director of athletics.

Dr. Percy Hodgson Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference to students from foreign countries.

Hope Lodge #25 Masonic Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student who is a member or a close relation to a member of Hope Lodge #25 A.F. & A.M. Wakefield, on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Hopkins Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for support of Centennial Scholars at the University.

Fran and Billie Horn International Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually, with special consideration to students from foreign countries, on the basis of academic standing and financial need.

International Grant: A limited number of partial out-of-state tuition grants awarded by the Office of International Students and Scholars on the basis of financial need. Grants are not available to first-year students.

Michael Jones Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an East Greenwich high school student who will attend URI.

Stephen M. Kaufman Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually based on financial need.

A. Livingston Kelley Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment, established by the will of A. Livingston Kelley, awarded annually to a worthy student with financial need who is a resident of Rhode Island.

Sylvia C. and Frederick Kenner ’38 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a URI freshman with genuine financial need who graduated from high school with an A- grade average or better.

Kenyon Piece Dyeworks, Inc., Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference to employees or children of employees of Kenyon Piece Dyeworks.

Paul J. Kervick Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to deserving students from middle-income families, with preference to children of employees of Providence Steel and Iron Company with financial need.

Key Container Corporation Scholarship: Scholarship of $4,000 awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student on the basis of financial need and academic record. First priority to children of Key Container Corporation employees. If no children of employees apply, then award goes to a Rhode Island high school graduate. Recipient must be a Rhode Island resident and U.S. citizen. Scholarship will be continued on to other years if recipient maintains a 2.50 grade point average.

Chester H. Kirk Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to children of Amtrol, Inc. employees. Students without financial need will receive $100; for other children of Amtrol employees, financial need and the amount of award will be determined by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Kenneth L. and Marie V. Kirk Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student being served by URI’s programming for the physically challenged who is in good academic and social standing. First preference to a student from Rhode Island. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services in consultation with Disability Services.

Harry Knowles Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment, established by the will of Harry Knowles, awarded annually to students with financial need.

Irving Kopech Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship based on financial need.

Harold Kopp Football Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in football awarded annually. Recipients selected by the football coach and the director of athletics. See also: the Hoder Family, Gustin Buonaiuto Family, Pezzelli, John F. Quinn Fifth Quarter Club, and Rose Family endowments.

June J. and Habib Koussa Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to a full-time undergraduate in engineering, business administration, resource development, or kinesiology with a minimum 2.75 average at URI, or a 3.00 if a freshman, who is a native-born citizen of the United States and demonstrates financial need. Preference to graduates of Central Falls or South Kingstown High School.

Jack Kraft Endowment for Basketball: Income from endowment for a scholarship in basketball established in honor of Jack Kraft, URI basketball coach and director of athletic giving, upon his retirement. Selection made by the director of athletics.

Eleanor Lemaire Women’s Athletic Scholarship: Awarded to female student-athletes in any college. Selection made by the Lemaire Committee.

Leviton Foundation, Inc., Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to children and grandchildren of employees of American Insulated Wire, Atlas Wire & Cable, Cable Electric Products, Leviton Manufacturing, Rhode Island Insulated Wire, and other affiliated companies. Preference given to applicants who are undergraduates with financial need and high scholastic standing.

Austin T. Levy Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference to graduates of Burrillville High School.

Rich Ligi Scholarship: Award winner must be a full-time NCAA/URI eligible baseball student athlete. It is to be a one-year award which may be awarded to the same person in subsequent years.

Lions Club of Westerly Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to graduates of Westerly High School with financial need, with preference given to upperclassmen.

*Little Family Foundation: Junior Achievement Fellowships for full-time graduate business study. Recipients must have been Junior Achievement participants or advisors. Preference given to Rhode Island residents with two or more years of work experience, chosen by the graduate business faculty. If no Rhode Island residents are eligible, out-of-state students may be chosen.

Thomas A. Macari Ice Hockey Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in ice hockey awarded annually to a student who emulates the positive ideals of Tom Macari. Recipient selected by the hockey coaches and the URI recreational services director.

Henry H. Mackal Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students with financial need majoring in engineering, mathematics, natural sciences, or kinesiology.

Edward E. and Louise E. Madden: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to provide assistance to undergraduate students who are the first generation of their immediate family to attend college.

*Edward Marth Scholarship: A $500 annual grant to a graduate student enrolled in the labor relations and industrial management program. Selection made by the Labor and Industrial Relations Program.

Mary Matzinger Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence.

Messinger Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a Rhode Island resident with financial need and at least a B average. The award will be made to an incoming freshman student and continue to the same student for the four years, assuming the criteria are continually met. Selection made by the dean of the College of Engineering.

Miniati Family Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to returning University of Rhode Island undergraduate students who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership in extracurricular activities.

Minorities Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to a minority student with financial need. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services. Funds donated by the URI Alumni Association.

Moore Company Scholarship: Awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference to children of employees of the George C. Moore Company in Westerly, Carr-Fulflex, Inc. in Bristol, and Darlington Fabrics in Westerly.

Richard B. Morrison Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to Rhode Island residents with financial need.

Thomas V. Morrissey Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to provide tuition expenses for students deemed in financial need as defined by URI.

Daniel J. and Blanche R. Murray Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need.

Carl Myllymaki Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for three equal scholarships to Westerly High School seniors who participate in sports, student government, or scouting. Carl Myllymaki was a URI student who was killed in action in Vietnam.

Ardashes and Sally Nahabedian Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students from Tolman High School in Pawtucket, RI based on financial need.

Native American Scholarship: Annual grant awarded to a student with financial need who is a Native American. (Tribal documentation must be provided.)

Nathaniel J. Nazareth Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student who is a Rhode Island resident with financial need and who has a part-time job. Recipient selected by Enrollment Services.

Keith Nester Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a member of a fraternity or a sorority in honor of Keith Nester, who retired after 23 years as director of the Fraternity Managers Association.

Andrew J. Newman-John W. Chapman Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a worthy male student in need of financial assistance, preferably to a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.

Dorothy M. Noble Awards: Income from endowment for two $150 book awards presented each spring to members of the Kappa Rho chapter of Phi Gamma Delta. Selection made by the Kappa Rho chapter.

William E. O’Hara ’81 Memorial Crew Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a member of URI Crew who demonstrates leadership and academic excellence and who best exemplifies the spirit of URI Crew. Recipient selected by the University’s recreational services director.

Michelle Ohley Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in women’s athletics to a female student athlete in a varsity sport that is not fully funded by the Department of Athletics. This endowment was established in the memory of Michelle Ohley, who was an avid basketball fan and sports enthusiast.

Eric L. Osterberg Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student enrolled in Special Programs for Talent Development.

Palmer Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student.

Peltier Family Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with high academic achievements and financial need.

Petroleum Trust Fund: Scholarship awarded to a member of the senior class.

Pezzelli Endowment: Income from endowment added to the Harold Kopp Scholarship fund awarded annually to a football player. Selection made by the football coach and the director of athletics.

Edward E. and Ida Fisher Pierce Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

Brinton C. Piez Golf Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship in men’s golf awarded annually to a qualified student. Selection made by committee.

Howard E. Possner, M.D., ’37 and Dorothy Babcock Possner ’37 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a premed student in good academic standing with genuine financial need.

Providence Journal-Bulletin Scholarship: Scholarship awarded annually with preference given to qualified sons and daughters of employees of the Providence Journal Company and its subsidiaries.

Col. John Joseph ’35 and Mary Drew Prybyla Rhode Island National Guard Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students on any URI campus who are members of the R.I. Army or Air Force National Guard. Awards will be made in $100 or $500 increments by the Adjutant General of the State of Rhode Island. Applications are available at the Office of the Adjutant General, Armory of Mounted Commands, 1051 North Main St., Providence, RI 02904-5717.

John F. Quinn Fifth Quarter Club Endowment: Income from endowment added to the Kopp Scholarship fund awarded annually to a football player. Recipient selected by the football coach and the director of athletics.

John F. Quinn Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

A. Robert Rainville Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to current URI students who are winners of the annual A. Robert Rainville Leadership and Service Awards.

Ram Club Scholarship: Income from endowment for support of the general athletic scholarship program. Recipients selected by the Department of Athletics.

Herbert D. and L. Marcella Randall Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships divided equally between men’s crew and men’s tennis on the basis of financial need and academic ability.

Rau Fastener Company Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students, with preference to children of Rau Fastener employees.

Elton Rayack Scholarship: Scholarship awarded annually to a junior demonstrating financial need and scholastic achievement.

Louis M. Ream Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need.

Mary Ellen Reilly Scholarship: $500 awarded annually to a woman student (sophomore or above) on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

Richard and Linda J. Rendine Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship to a student who is a graduate of Pittsfield (Mass.) High School with second preference to a Classical High School (Providence) graduate on the basis of a minimum 3.00 academic average and demonstrated financial need.

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Army Scholarship Program: Two-, three-, and four-year scholarships are available to outstanding young students who are seeking not only a commission as an Army officer but a path of dynamic career opportunities. Selection is based on applicant’s achievement, not financial status. Includes full tuition and fees, and a monthly allowance, paid directly to the student. Contact the Department of Military Science.

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Endowment for Military Leadership: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an ROTC cadet who exhibits leadership potential, spirit of service to the country and Army Officers’ Corps, and the ability to demonstrate overall selfless service to the United States of America.

*Jerry M. and Evelyn L. Rhoads Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to one or more full-time undergraduate or graduate students based on academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to engineering students from Rhode Island high schools.

Rhode Island Women’s Club of Providence Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to women who are full-time meritorious students at URI. Scholarship restricted to worthy and needy students. Recipients selected from among nominations from the academic deans by the Office of the Provost.

Mary L. Robinson Scholarship: Income from endowment, established by the will of Anna D. Robinson in memory of her mother, awarded annually to a worthy and needy female student.

John and Teresa Romano Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need.

Rose Family Endowment: Income from endowment added to the Harold Kopp Scholarship fund awarded annually to a football player. Selection made by the football coach and the director of athletics.

Samuel and Gertrude J. Rosen Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students with financial need.

N. Edward Rosenhirsch Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need.

Dr. Joseph L.C. and Mary P. Ruisi Scholarship: Awarded to undergraduates who are enrolled full-time on the basis of need and academic merit (a minimum grade point average of 2.50 in core courses). Recipient must be a graduate of Westerly or Chariho Regional High School.

Sarni Family Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually for up to one-half of tuition costs. First preference to needy, qualified first-generation students of at least one Italian parent. Scholarships to be distributed equally among the colleges.

A.A. Savastano ’32 Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $500 scholarship in athletics awarded annually to a high school athlete letter winner with financial need. Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services or URI coaches may propose the recipient.

Joseph J. Scussell ’31 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually on the basis of academic performance and financial need.

Barbara K. Simmons Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to a student from Aquidneck Island with genuine financial need and an above-average academic record. Order of preference: a student in animal science, a student working for a B.S. degree in science in the College of Arts and Sciences, a student in the College of Nursing, or a student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Joseph S. Sinclair Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student from Rhode Island with financial need and a minimum grade point average of 3.00.

Aleck Slade Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in athletics awarded annually to an incoming freshman or fully matriculated student. Recipient selected by the director of athletics.

Richard A. and Carolyn Soderberg Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of need to a South Kingstown High School graduate.

Edwin S. Soforenko Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to deserving students, with first preference to employees of Insurance Underwriters, Inc., and their families.

Harold B. Soloveitzik ’35 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to worthy students with financial need. First preference to students from the South County and Pawcatuck areas.

Southwest Florida Gators Alumni Chapter Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student achieving academic excellence who has financial need.

Gail M. Southworth Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a female student engaged in an NCAA sport who has financial need.

Michael Spero ’34 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to American-born undergraduate students on the basis of financial need and normal progress toward completion of the baccalaureate degree.

Ann Spruill Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship based on academic excellence.

Doris Vanderbeek Staats Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a Chi Omega, or child or grandchild of a Chi Omega alumna. The recipient of the scholarship should be in good academic standing, display leadership in the community, and have financial need.

Albert Stone Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment scholarships awarded annually to students with good academic records and financial need.

Student Senate Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student working with the Student Senate.

Student-to-Student Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need.

Stan Stutz Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for an athletic scholarship awarded annually to students with financial need, with preference given to residents of Westchester County, N.Y. Selection made by the director of athletics.

Jacob and Baye Temkin Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually based on academic achievement and financial need.

Maurice and Valerie Tetreault Scholarship for Academic Integrity: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving junior or senior based on academic performance.

Jose Bowen Tombs Scholarship: The endowment shall be used to provide scholarship assistance for women students with great financial need who wish to obtain a college degree and thus become able to support themselves and their families. Preference shall be given to former or current participants in the Rhode Island Women-Infants-Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.

Frederick D. Tootell Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to members of the track team on the basis of athletic ability. Selection made by the scholarship committee of the track team.

Cecilia T. Trubiano Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to incoming freshman students in the Talent Development program who graduated from the Providence public school system, in recognition of Cecilia Trubiano’s commitment and dedication to the children of the Providence public schools. Recipient selected by Talent Development and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

*Anna Tucker Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to women athletes on the basis of financial need, membership in a varsity sport, and a minimum 2.50 average. Women with the greatest need who meet the other qualifications should receive the scholarships.

Francesco and Mariannina Ucci Family Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to students who have completed their sophomore year and are majoring in a scientific discipline including, but not limited to, chemistry, engineering, biological or physical science, pharmacy, computer science, or premedical studies; with preference given to graduates of West Warwick High School. This fund was established by Pompelio A. Ucci, Class of 1943.

University Grant: The Board of Regents has made available a sum of money to be used for scholarships. While it is expected that in any year the great majority of these scholarships will be awarded to residents of Rhode Island, in certain exceptional cases out-of-state students may qualify.

University of Rhode Island ROTC “Cramer’s Sabers” Battalion Fund: The endowment shall be used to provide a prize or scholarship to a deserving University of Rhode Island ROTC program cadet. The key criterion of “deserving” shall be attributes such as leadership potential, spirit of service to country and the Army Officer Corps, and ability to demonstrate overall selfless service to our country.

URI Alumni Association Presidential Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $1,000 award for the senior year to a son or daughter of a URI alumnus(a) who has the highest cumulative grade point average for three consecutive years at URI. In the event of a tie, the award is to be divided. Application to be made through the Alumni Association Office.

URI Alumni Association Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Alumni Association Scholarship for Children of Alumni: Six $500 awards given annually to two sophomores, two juniors, and two seniors who are children of URI alumni. Awards based on highest grade point average for the previous academic year among the pool of applicants in each category. Awards will be given only to those who submit formal application. Selection made by the URI Alumni Association.

URI Alumni Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship based on financial need.

URI Alumni Ram Club Memorial: Offered in honor of Rhode Island alumni who sacrificed their lives in two world wars. Recipients selected on the basis of financial need, campus citizenship, scholastic ability, and leadership as evidenced by participation in sports and other extracurricular activities. Selection made by Alumni Ram Club.

URI Alumni Rhode Island High School Scholastic Scholarships: Ten $1,000 awards to incoming URI freshmen based on scholastic achievement, SAT scores, and overall record in humanities, psychology and sciences, the performing and studio arts, pure and applied sciences, and professional and human services. Open to all Rhode Island high school seniors. Selection made by the Alumni Association.

URI Citizen Scholar: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to support seniors who have given the University exceptional service and support during their first three years at URI. Examples of the types of service and support eligible for the award are: orientation leaders, residence assistants, tour guides, peer tutors, student alumni association members, etc.

URI Class of 1899 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students on the basis of financial need.

*URI Class of 1930 Scholarship: Income from endowment for two scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate or graduate students on the basis of financial need and academic ability. Undergraduate recipients selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services; graduate recipients selected by the Graduate School.

URI Class of 1931 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students on the basis of financial need.

*URI Class of 1933 Graduate Fellowship: Income from endowment for a graduate fellowship.

URI Class of 1935 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1936 Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate students on the basis of financial need with preference given to lineal descendants of members of the Class of 1936. If no relatives of the Class of 1936 apply, the awards will go to any applicants the University selects based on financial need and academic performance.

URI Class of 1937 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1938 Raymond G. Bressler Memorial Scholarship: Established by the Class of 1938 on its 50th anniversary. Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1939 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1940 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1941 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1942 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1943 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Classes of 1944-46 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1947 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1956 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship for students from middle-class families who might not qualify for institutional or governmental financial aid but nevertheless need assistance with the costs of a college education.

URI Class of 1962 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1968 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1969 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Class of 1975 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Foundation Academic Excellence Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships to undergraduate students on the basis of academic excellence.

URI Foundation Boat Program Scholarship: Scholarship support for a marine-related major or a crew or sailing team member. Awards based on a combination of superior academic performance and demonstrated need. Selection made by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services. Award to be presented by the Boat Committee chair.

*URI Foundation Fellowship: Income from endowment for a graduate student fellowship. Recipient selected by the dean of the Graduate School from University-wide recommendations.

URI Foundation Trustees Scholarships: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

URI Men’s Tennis Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship to a student on the URI men’s tennis team. Selection made by the Department of Recreational Services.

URI Parents Fund Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to students with financial need from a fund established by parents of URI students and the URI Patrons Association.

Wardwell Braiding Machine Company Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of merit.

Washington Trust Company Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually for tuition assistance to undergraduate students in Washington Trust’s market area, based on merit and need. Recipients selected by Enrollment Services.

Washington Trust Scholarship: This Washington Trust scholarship will be current (non-endowment) income, to be distributed to two URI students. Each student will receive a $2,500 award. First preference will be given to students from South County, with a second preference to students from the Washington Trust service area (including relevant parts of Connecticut). Preference should also be given to incoming freshmen, but one award may be given to a junior or senior. Recipients must have at least a 3.00 grade point average.

Paul L. Watelet ’34 Athletic Scholarship: Income from endowment for athletic scholarships, with first preference given to a participant in URI men’s basketball. Selection made by the director of athletics.

Jonathan A. Wende Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need who is a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. If there is no eligible student, the award shall go to sons or daughters of Chi Phi alumni.

George F. Weston Memorial Scholarship: Income from a fund established by the Providence Technical High School Athletic Field Association awarded annually to graduates of Rhode Island high schools and college preparatory schools who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to former students and descendants of former students and teachers of Technical High School of Providence.

Weygand Family Fund: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded when the following criteria are met. The recipient will be a Rhode Island resident who is non-traditional (in the sense of an adult student attending college for the first time or returning after an absence), has financial need, is in satisfactory academic standing, and is enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program that will lead to a career in public service to the people of Rhode Island. This individual must be involved in a University-sponsored and/or University-sanctioned community service program.

Charles and Joy Wharton Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in the special programs for Talent Development.

David R. Wilkes Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need, with preference given to a resident of Rhode Island.

Frank and Natalie Williams ’40 Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to undergraduate students in good academic standing with genuine financial need. First preference to students from Rhode Island.

Ruth A. Williams Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students from the Westerly area.

Saul Winsten Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need with first preference to someone with military experience.

Joseph F. Winthrop Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a resident of Aquidneck Island who is in need of financial assistance and who has shown consistent effort throughout high school. Applications can be made available at Rogers High School, Middletown High School, and Portsmouth High School.

*Women’s Seamen’s Friend Society of Connecticut: Awards to undergraduate and graduate students from Connecticut who are in marine-oriented programs and have financial need.

Carl R. Woodward Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment, a gift from the Alumni Association, available annually to students with financial need.

Lt. Charles Yaghoobian Jr. ’65 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment available to a student with financial need, with first preference to residents of Blackstone Valley, R.I., majoring in kinesiology, and second preference to residents of Blackstone Valley regardless of major.

Heber W. Youngken Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students employed by the URI University Club.

Arts and Sciences

*Ward Abusamra Scholarship in Music and Voice: Income from endowment for a scholarship in music awarded annually to a graduate or undergraduate music major on the basis of merit. Preference given to students concentrating in voice or chorus. Recipient to be selected by the Department of Music Recruitment and Awards Committee during annual spring auditions.

Heidi Allen Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment, established by parents and friends of Heidi Allen, awarded to a student with financial need who is a political science major.

*Robert Allen Memorial Endowment: In memory of Robert W. Allen, Ph.D. ’72. Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a science major, either undergraduate or graduate, with a GPA of 3.00 or better.

Lee Armstrong Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to one or two undergraduate women in the College of Arts and Sciences on the basis of merit and financial need.

Sona Aronian and Geoffrey Gibbs Scholarship in Music Composition: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a music major who demonstrates artistic achievement in music composition. Selection by the Department of Music.

Balmforth Family Endowed Scholarship in Pre-Med Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of merit and need to support a student majoring in the biological sciences, chemistry, or any other program who has expressed an interest in medicine, veterinary medicine, or another health-related field.

Victor J. Baxt Chemistry Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to graduate students in chemistry based on merit. Preference given for summer study and research. Selection made by the Department of Chemistry.

Beaupre Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate student majoring in the College of Arts and Sciences. Recipient should be a married student with at least one child whom he/she is supporting. The student must also have financial need and must be a legal resident of Rhode Island.

Bessie D. Belmont Memorial Scholarship: Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Belmont in memory of his mother. Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate majoring in natural sciences on the basis of scholarship and/or diligent application and financial need.

*Stanley Berger Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a graduate student in clinical psychology. Recipient selected by the Department of Psychology.

Mary Braga Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship to a female undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences of Portuguese descent. Preference will be given to a Rhode Island resident and to the older student. The dean of the College of Arts and Sciences will determine the recipient.

*Phyllis R. Brown Chemistry Endowment: Income from endowment for fellowship stipends awarded annually to graduate students who are in the graduate chemistry program. Selection made by the Department of Chemistry.

Harold Browning Prize: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to two outstanding juniors, one majoring in environmental plant biology and the other in physics and physical oceanography.

Norma Bugbee Memorial Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for scholarships for deserving juniors and seniors in the University’s food sciences and nutrition, textiles, and music programs in loving memory of Norma Bugbee Starr, Class of 1944. Award of scholarships to be based upon candidate’s scholastic achievements and ability without reference to financial resources of the candidate or his or her parents.

R. Craig Caldwell Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in computer science on the basis of scholastic ability alone. Recipient selected by the College of Arts and Sciences.

Roderick Caldwell Endowment Scholarship in Mathematics: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student majoring in mathematics who has demonstrated above-average academic promise and genuine financial need. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and the Department of Mathematics.

Bruce D. Campbell Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the Department of Physics on the basis of academic merit with preference given to Rhode Island residents. Recipient selected by the chairperson of the Department of Physics.

Eleanor M. Carlson Trust Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students in the Women’s Studies Program. Recipient selected by the director of the Women’s Studies Program.

Eleanor M. and Oscar M. Carlson Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to women students who are single-parent heads of household and who have one or more dependent children. Preference will be given to students who meet one or more of the following criteria: 1) choice of a nontraditional education track, 2) financial need, 3) good academic standing, 4) Rhode Island resident, and 5) a major or minor in women’s studies. Recipients selected, in consultation with Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services, by a committee comprising the head of the Women’s Studies Program, URI faculty members (three women and one man) associated with the Women’s Studies Program, and, if it exists, one member of the Women’s Studies Council. One scholarship will generally be equal to in-state tuition plus a book allowance.

College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship: Income from endowment used for the benefit of undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Awards will be made by the dean of the college based on financial need and academic qualifications.

Paul H. Conway ’84 Memorial Scholarship: Scholarship providing tuition support for an in-state student, selected by an essay competition in the College of Arts and Sciences. Applicants should be Rhode Island residents majoring in any undergraduate degree program offered by the college, full-time students in good academic standing, and in their sophomore or junior years. Students who may have had a challenging first semester at URI, but who have improved their subsequent academic performance, are encouraged to apply. Applications available in the dean’s office.

*Department of Theatre Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment to be used for the benefit of the undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Theatre. Scholarships will be awarded by the chair of the department, in consultation with Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services, and will be based on financial need and/or academic qualifications.

Christian DeSimone Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a junior or senior majoring in accounting, German, or International Business on the basis of financial need with preference to a member of the URI football team who does not have a full scholarship.

James and June Diller Scholarship: Income from endowment for full scholarships to incoming students who are Rhode Island residents with financial need intending to major in any of the following areas: physics, chemistry, computer science, math, chemical engineering, or computer engineering.

Dr. Joseph D. DiMase Scholarship in Pre-Med Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a third- or fourth-year student with financial need who is pursuing any pre-med major.

Wilbur Doctor Endowed Journalism Scholarship: The endowment shall be used to support an undergraduate scholarship for a URI junior or senior journalism major. Determination will be made based on academic achievement and demonstrated promise as a future print or broadcast professional. The selection will be made by a committee comprising the chair of the Department of Journalism and/or his/her designees.

Dodd Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with junior standing majoring in biology or an ocean-related field. The recipient should be from Rhode Island, have demonstrated financial need, and have at least a 3.00 grade point average.

Dorothy F. Donnelly Scholarship in Women’s Studies: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to sophomores, juniors, or seniors who are declared majors or minors in women’s studies. Based on academic excellence, community/campus service, and financial need.

Carrie G. and Daniel M. Doody Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for an award to the student(s) that best exemplifies the philosophy and spirit of the Department of Communication Studies.

Otto Dornberg Study Abroad Endowment: Income from endowment for awards to promote study abroad for students of German. Selection made by the German section of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures.

Duffy Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a junior or senior majoring in economics, journalism, history, or political science on the basis of academic average (3.80 or better) and demonstrated financial need. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in consultation with the student financial aid office.

*Catharine and Walter Eckman Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a graduate student in the humanities (including English, comparative literature, languages, history, philosophy, music, and political science). Recipient selected by the Graduate School Committee on Scholarships and Fellowships.

Ralph W. England and Robert V. Gardener Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in sociology for deserving students on basis of merit. Recipient selected by the chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology or designee.

Thomas V. Falciglia Honorary Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a music major concentrating in piano, organ, orchestral instrument, or voice on the basis of musical achievement or contribution to the music program, or to a musically talented freshman, with preference to students with financial need. Selection made by the Department of Music.

*Betty Fast Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving student in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies.

Fine Arts Scholarship: Scholarship awarded annually to a music major demonstrating financial need.

Lillian and Benjamin Fine Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate in journalism with financial need.

*R. Ken Force Graduate Fellowship in Analytical Chemistry: Income from endowment for a fellowship awarded annually to a graduate student studying analytical chemistry. Recipient selected by the Department of Chemistry.

*Alex V. and Elli A. Fricke Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in ecology-related programs on the basis of good academic standing and financial need. First preference to students from Cranston and/or Rhode Island.

*Elizabeth D. Futas Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. Recipient selected by the GSLIS.

Madelyn Grady Geisser Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a female student enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who demonstrates financial need and is a single parent, head of household. The scholarship will be in the form of either a tuition waiver, textbook waiver at the URI Bookstore, or day care waiver at the on-campus day care facility. Recipient selected by the dean of Arts and Sciences and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Elia and Roberto Germani Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences on the basis of academic merit with preference given to Rhode Island residents. Recipient selected by the dean of the college.

*Graduate Library School Prism Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. Recipient selected by the GSLIS.

John M. Grandin Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to qualified undergraduate students enrolled in the IEP.

Mary and Walter Gray Family Journalism Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving journalism major(s) with financial need who shows promise in broadcast journalism.

Rox-Ellene Greenlaw English Scholarship: Income for endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a female English major in her third year at URI who is a Rhode Island resident. The award is based on academic excellence and achievement, dedication to studies, personal integrity, willingness to assist others, and love of the literary arts. Selection made by the Department of English.

Cynthia Grinnell Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to women students majoring in mathematics or science based on financial need and academic merit.

Hach Scientific Foundation Scholarship: Annual awards for two undergraduate students majoring in chemistry who are also working toward their teachers’ certification with the intention of teaching. Scholarships are renewable provided that the student maintains at least a 3.00 GPA and reapplies each year with a one page written commitment.

Dr. Adolphus C. Hailstork III Music Scholarship for Minority Students: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of merit to minority students entering the Department of Music. Selection made by the Department of Music.

Mona Zakaria Hamer Memorial Fellowship: Income from endowment for a fellowship awarded annually in chemistry with preference to a student doing cancer-related research. Selection made by the Department of Chemistry.

John I. Hardy Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in biology.

The Violet Grace Hellman Prize in Languages: Income from endowment awarded annually for prizes to undergraduate students who demonstrate skill and passion for foreign languages.

Hutton Senior Prize in Hispanic Studies: Income from endowment for an award made annually to a senior specializing in Spanish or Hispanic studies who has taken a course devoted to the works of Cervantes or a course devoted to his classic Don Quixote, and has a 3.00 overall average and a 3.00 average in Spanish. Selection made by the Spanish section of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.

Frederick and Katherine Jackson Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need who is enrolled in the physical, biological, or social sciences, or in the humanities.

Jazz Studies Scholarship: Income from endowment for a student pursuing the study of jazz. Selection made by the Department of Music.

Elva and John Kanakry Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a music major.

Evelyn Siefert Kennedy Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment will fund a scholarship for a student majoring in Italian studies, textile sciences, or fine arts who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students of Italian heritage.

Kenney Endowment for Theatre and Music: Income from endowment for scholarships to music and theatre majors at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

*G. Dickinson Kenney and Virginia Stiles Chemistry Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to an undergraduate chemistry major for summer study or research. If there is no qualified summer recipient, a scholarship will be awarded to an incoming or current undergraduate or graduate majoring in chemistry.

*Janet M. Kulberg Memorial Fund in School Psychology: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to graduate students enrolled in the school psychology graduate program on the basis of need and merit.

Eric F. Kumpf Memorial Journalism and Political Science Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate political science and journalism majors on the basis of need and merit.

James Ladewig Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in music.

Mary Langdon Memorial Scholarship in Voice: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a music major studying voice. Selection made by the Department of Music.

Lee Family Endowed Scholarship in Music: Income from endowment awarded annually to incoming students (freshmen or transfer) in music with preference to those concentrating in composition, piano or saxophone. A returning music major may be eligible. Recipient selected by the Department of Music along with the department’s Scholarship Committee.

June Rockwell Levy Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to music students with financial need.

Lincoln Environmental Endowed Scholarship Fund: The fund shall provide annual scholarship assistance based on academic merit and financial need to a student pursuing an undergraduate degree with a focus in environmental science. The scholarship may be awarded to a qualified undergraduate student pursuing a degree in engineering, geology, or chemistry. Undergraduate students in any degree program with a parent currently employed by Lincoln Environmental, Inc. may also be considered.

*Livingston/Zitkin Graduate Scholarship in Music: Income from endowment for a prize awarded annually to the graduate student in the field of music who writes the best research paper for the MUS 548 course.

Linda Lotridge and Leonard I. Levin Journalism Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to journalism majors on the basis of financial need and merit.

*Matoon-Kline Scholarship in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to support diversification by supporting full or part-time graduate students of color with financial need in the GSLIS program.

Shawn P. McBride Memorial IEP Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a qualified third-year undergraduate student pursuing degrees in the International Engineering Program who expects to travel and intern abroad the following academic year with preference to an individualist with diverse interests and solid character.

John T. McCarthy ’36 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in zoology awarded annually to a deserving junior or senior, with preference to a student planning to attend a veterinary school.

James D. McCartin Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a United States citizen who is a full-time junior year mathematics major with a minimum 3.00 overall GPA and a minimum 3.25 GPA in mathematics.

McKee Family Scholarship: Scholarship in the College of Arts and Sciences awarded annually to a student with a B- to B+ average and demonstrated financial need who comes from the Blackstone Valley.

Nancy McKinstry Endowed Scholarship in Economics: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students majoring in economics. The scholarship is based on merit and need.

*William D. and Clarice Metz Scholarship: Income from endowment for an award annually to a graduating senior for excellence and a scholarship awarded annually to a graduate student in history who shows great promise in advancing the understanding of historical issues. Recipient selected from recommendations by Department of History faculty.

Thomas W. Miller Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students from New Jersey, preferably majoring in the sciences, with both financial need and academic achievement.

Ryan Mone Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to graduating seniors at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and then to graduating seniors of Cape Cod or Nantucket high schools who are planning to attend URI. Recipient selected by dean of Arts and Sciences and principal of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.

Mother Jones Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $500 scholarship in women’s studies awarded annually on the primary basis of financial need and the secondary basis of scholarly excellence. Selection made by the Women’s Studies Program Committee.

*Sebastian P. and Marybelle Musco Voice Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to assist undergraduate and graduate music majors who are studying voice and are interested in pursuing careers in opera and vocal performance.

E.A. Palmetier Memorial Award in Biological Sciences: Income from endowment for an award given annually to an undergraduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences who demonstrates academic excellence. Recipient selected by the chairperson of the Department of Biological Sciences.

Pardee Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment will be awarded 50 percent to undergraduates majoring in, or incoming students intending to major in, economics or philosophy, and 50 percent to students studying at Richmond College in London, under the sponsorship of the American Institute for Foreign Study Program. Students must demonstrate financial need, be in good academic standing, and demonstrate motivation. Preference given to students from Maine.

Bill Parrillo Memorial Journalism Scholarship: The endowment shall be used to provide undergraduate scholarships for deserving URI junior or senior journalism majors who demonstrate promise in the field of print journalism, particularly sports journalism. Recipients must also demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. The selection will be made by a committee comprising the chair of the Department of Journalism and/or his/her designees.

Colonel Alden E. Peterson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the field of languages or business based on students’ academic average and financial need.

Petrocelli Scholarship in Computer Science: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to undergraduate students in good standing who are (or demonstrate a definite intention to become) computer science majors. Awarded on the basis of academic merit. Students must be U. S. citizens with preference to those from Westerly, Rhode Island.

Thomas R. Pezzullo Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to an undergraduate student on the basis of talent in theatre and on financial need. Recipient selected by the Department of Theatre and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Nancy Potter Endowment: Income from endowment awarded to a high-ranking junior majoring in English. Recipients selected by the Department of English.

Presser Scholarship: Award given to an outstanding music major at or after the end of his or her junior year. Recipient selected by the Department of Music.

W. Donald and Jane Rankin Scholarship in Music: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate music student. Preference given to a student with financial need. Recipient selected by the chairperson of the Department of Music and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Mary A. Silverman Ravin, M.D., ’44 Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $250 scholarship given annually to the highest-ranking female premedical student at the close of her junior year.

Elton Rayack Scholarship in Economics: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an economics major. Preference is given to those with financial need who have demonstrated a strong commitment to social justice and a strong academic record, based on GPA.

RI Media Group Journalism Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a journalism major with financial need who is a resident of any of the towns in Rhode Island within the ring areas of the RI Media Group’s publications.

Harold A. Riemenschneider Award: Income from endowment for an award given annually to a student pursuing studies in radiation either in the Department of Biological Sciences or the Department of Chemistry. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services in consultation with these departments.

Max Rosen Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with financial need, preferably a junior, majoring in history with emphasis on American history. Selection made by the Department of History.

Mark and Donna Ross Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for annual awards to undergraduate Arts and Sciences students. Recipients selected by the College of Arts and Sciences.

Brett Santoro Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually, on the basis of need, to a student majoring in the biological sciences.

Saulnier-Stone Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student studying in the humanities (English, political science, art, and music) who is an incoming freshman or for retention of an upperclassman on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

Dana Shugar Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship to alternate between the English and Women’s Studies departments. Selection made by the two departments.

Jesse M. Simmons Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need, who is studying art and who shows promise in the area of painting.

Robert Sine Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in mathematics.

Warren Smith Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an English major.

South County Center for the Arts Music Talent Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to full-time undergraduate music majors who are graduating from a South County high school (North Kingstown, South Kingstown, Chariho, Westerly or Narragansett) based on musical talent. If no entering freshmen from these schools are music majors, the scholarship can be awarded to a former graduate of a South County high school. Recipient selected by an auditor before the scholarship and recruitment committee of the Department of Music.

Edna L. Steeves Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an English major with high academic achievement. Recipient selected by the Department of English.

John Stitely Memorial Scholarship: In memory of Professor John O. Stitley, Hon ’71, income from endowment for a scholarship in political science.

Donald Strauss Legislative Internship Endowment: Income from endowment given preferably to a member of the junior class to finance a summer at the Rhode Island Legislature, serving either a state senator or state representative. Recipient selected by Department of Political Science designee.

M. Beverly Swan Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a female student majoring in English on the basis of financial need with consideration given to academic achievement.

*Mildred C. Thelen URI Summer Study Program in Salamanca, Spain Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students who are declared Spanish majors/double majors and M.A. students in Hispanic Studies; based on the completion of at least one 300-level literature/culture course and enrollment and participation in the URI Summer Study Program in Salamanca, Spain

Daniel Thomas Scholarship in History: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate history majors based on need and merit. Selection made by the Department of History and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Ruth E. Trexler Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in music. Recipient selected by the Department of Music.

URI-Bank of America Scholarship: Annual scholarship awards of $2,000 for academically talented Rhode Island high school students with demonstrated financial need. The recipients must major either in economics or in business administration and maintain an overall 3.00 grade point average to retain the scholarship. Recipients selected by a committee of faculty from the Department of Economics and the College of Business Administration.

*Milton Waltcher ’41 Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for annual awards to go to a deserving chemistry graduate student during summer months and to a deserving undergraduate student in mechanical engineering.

*Frank C. Ward Scholarship in History: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate or graduate student in history based on merit.

Wardwell Braiding Machine Company Scholarship: Students majoring in computer science or engineering are eligible for $1,000 awards each year until graduation, provided they maintain a grade point average of 3.00 starting in their freshman year. First preference to URI students from immediate families employed by Wardwell, second preference to students enrolled from Pawtucket or Central Falls, and third preference to students from the Blackstone Valley.

David Warren Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student majoring in political science. Recipient selected by the Department of Political Science.

George Wiley Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an African-American student in the College of Arts and Sciences who shows an interest in community service, government, or issues of social concern. Recipient selected based on merit, by the dean with recommendations from interested faculty.

*Norris Wood Microbiology Award: Income from endowment for an annual award in the field of microbiology. Recipient selected by the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics.

Frank L. Woods Memorial Scholarship: Established by family and friends as a permanent memorial in honor of Dr. Woods, URI professor of German and linguistics, the scholarship provides support for a junior or senior majoring in German or German linguistics. Recipients will be chosen by members of the German faculty. Awards for tuition, fees, and other University expenses will be made by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Wrigley Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in Italian who wishes to study abroad. Recipients selected by Professors Trivelli and Viglionese or their designees.

Wroe Family International Engineering Program Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Chinese IEP based on academic merit and financial need.

Business Administration

American Production and Inventory Control Society, Providence Chapter (APICS) Award: Awarded annually to a senior with a major or minor in supply chain management who is also a member of APICS.

AMICA Mutual Insurance Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships to students in the College of Business Administration. Recipients selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and the college.

Anderson Family Trust: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to a College of Business Administration student interested in working in the area of insurance.

*David Beretta ’49 Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to provide support for either a student enrolled in the College of Engineering with a minor in business or for a graduate in engineering who wishes to pursue full-time study for a master’s degree in the College of Business Administration. Recipient selected by a joint decision of the deans of both colleges.

Dr. Winfield S. Briggs Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment available to students in accounting with financial need.

Frederick J. and Karen F. Buchsbaum Accounting Award: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually with preference to a third-year accounting major from New Jersey on the basis of merit and financial need. Selection made by the Department of Accounting and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Construction Financial Management Association Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an outstanding student studying business with a concentration in finance or accounting on the basis of a 3.00 GPA or better and Rhode Island residency.

Christian DeSimone Memorial Scholarship: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

Cynthia and Byron Deysher Business Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student enrolled in the College of Business Administration who has demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable if the student maintains good academic standing and continues to qualify for financial aid.

Anthony DiPetrillo Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate in the College of Business on the basis of financial need.

*Austin J. Dwyer and Francis J. Wilcox Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Business Administration who is in good academic standing and has financial need.

Elterich Family Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving undergraduate in the College of Business Administration who is interested in management information or another technology-related field. Student is selected on the basis of merit, with preference given to those with financial need.

Saul Fern Marketing Scholarship: Income from endowment to a junior majoring in advertising and/or marketing with preference to members of the Rho Iota Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.

Warren Ferriter Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to majors in the College of Business Administration with outstanding academic records and demonstrated financial need.

James ’76 and Nancy ’77 Forte Scholarship in Business and Nursing: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the College of Business Administration and the College of Nursing.

Jack Fradin Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a junior-year accounting major based on academic performance and financial need.

Howard and Mary Frank Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to support College of Business Administration students with demonstrated financial need with preference to minority students.

Peter M. and Mildred J. Galanti Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student from New Jersey enrolled in the College of Business Administration.

Francis S. Goff Jr. ’35 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to undergraduate students majoring in business on the basis of good academic standing and genuine financial need. First preference to employees or children of employees of Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Second preference to students from Rhode Island.

Saul and Alfred Goldstein Scholarship: Income from endowment available to a student with financial need, with preference to College of Business Administration students.

*George and Lois Graboys Minority Student Endowment: Awarded annually to minority students with financial need wishing to pursue a business degree. First preference to undergraduates, but graduate students will be considered. The minimum grade point average for an undergraduate recipient is 2.70 and for a graduate student 3.00. Scholarships will be awarded to eligible students with the highest grade point average.

*David H. Gulvin Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a graduate or undergraduate student in the College of Business Administration who displays leadership in the community, has financial need, and is in good academic standing.

Hospital Trust Minority Scholarship: Income from endowment for four-year scholarships awarded annually to one male and one female minority student enrolled in the College of Business Administration who are graduates of a Rhode Island high school and are Rhode Island residents. Candidates must demonstrate academic and leadership potential, as well as financial need, as determined by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services. Recipients may retain the scholarship for four years if they maintain a 2.50 grade point average. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

Carl W. Kaiser Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a senior majoring in management with financial need.

Kilguss Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a full-time student of good academic standing with preference to those students who reside in East Greenwich and are majoring or plan to major in business.

Russell C. Koza Memorial Polish Heritage Scholarship: In memory of Professor Russell C. Koza. Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Business Administration with first preference to students of Polish heritage.

George B. and Mildred L. McKowen Scholarship: Income from endowment to a student from New Jersey who is enrolled in the College of Business Administration.

Kenneth E. and Janet K. Munroe Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Business Administration.

Anne O’Connell ‘60 and John D. Stich ‘76, M.S. ‘80 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for the support of an undergraduate business student studying in a German-speaking country, or if there is no such student, an undergraduate student attending the German Summer School of the Atlantic at URI. Recipient selected by the College of Business and the German section of the Department of Languages.

Daniel J. and Shirley B. Pendergast Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a College of Business Administration management major with first preference to Ram Fund members and second preference to Rhode Island residents based on financial need.

Colonel Alden E. Peterson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the field of languages or business based on students’ academic average and financial need.

Everett Picchione Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in accounting awarded annually to a deserving student from Rhode Island. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and the Department of Accounting.

Marvin and Pearl Miller Pitterman Business Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a finance major based primarily on financial need and secondly on academic merit.

Ralph C. Potter Scholarship: Income from endowment available to a student in the College of Business Administration with financial need.

Rhode Island Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an outstanding student in finance who is a Rhode Island resident. Selection made by the Department of Finance.

Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants Scholarship: An annual scholarship award of $200 to a sophomore or junior majoring in accounting who has a good scholastic record. Selection made by the Department of Accounting.

Brooksby A. Sanderson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a worthy student with financial need who is majoring in accounting.

Billy and Ashley Streiter Memorial Scholarship: Annual grant of $1,000 to a full-time freshman, sophomore, or junior in the College of Business Administration who is a caring individual responding to the needs of others within his or her community and is an enthusiastic, compassionate person with a sense of gratitude. A grade point average of 3.00 is encouraged.

Timothy J. and Mary English Sullivan Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in accounting with preference given to children of employees of Sullivan and Company.

URI-Bank of America Scholarship: Annual scholarship awards of $2,000 for academically talented Rhode Island high school students with demonstrated financial need. The recipients must major either in business administration or in economics and maintain an overall 3.00 grade point average to retain the scholarship. Recipients selected by a committee of faculty from the College of Business Administration and the Department of Economics.

Nancy and Joseph Vuono Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to Rhode Island high school graduates studying in the College of Business Administration based on financial need with preference to those majoring in accounting.

Joseph M. Wagner Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an older than average student in the College of Business Administration.

Washington Trust Bank Ram Fund Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student who is a participant in the Ram Fund.

David J. Weiner Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students in the College of Business Administration.

Continuing Education

Dr. Richard M. Bianco Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to “women in transition” enrolled in the BGS Program of the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education for tuition and/or books on the basis of merit. Recipient selected by the ASFCCE Scholarship Committee.

Richard W. and Ronald S. Buteau Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in good academic standing with financial need enrolled in the Feinstein College of Continuing Education.

Walter A. Crocker Endowment Fund: Income from endowment to provide grants to students in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education, for expenses related to enrollment in the college. Recipients selected by the Crocker Scholarship Selection Committee.

Jill Smith Ellsworth Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education. Recipients selected by the college.

Lillian and Alan Feinstein Scholarships: Income from endowment for scholarships to Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education undergraduate students. The Feinstein Foundation and ASFCCE participate in selecting the recipients.

Peter E. and Cynthia J. Gouck Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students with genuine documented need at the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education. Preference shall be given to residents of North Attleboro, MA.

*NACM RISEN Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment will be divided 50/50 with 50 percent returning annually and the other 50 percent for a scholarship awarded annually, with preference to NACM RISEN members on the basis of need to students enrolled in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education’s business education program.

Suzanna Anstine Norbeck Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a woman with minor children and financial need who is attending the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education with the goal of attaining a B.A or B.S.

Janice Paff Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to a student in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education, enabling him or her to take an initial course at ASFCCE and purchase books. Recipients selected by the vice provost of ASFCCE.

John Shepard II Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education on the basis of both academic record and financial need, with preference given to students with an interest in retailing or a related field. Selection made by the dean of this college and a scholarship committee created for this purpose.

*Harold Stanzler Endowment: In memory of Harold Stanzler, income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student attending the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education with preference to a student majoring in labor relations.

Thomas A. and Dorothy M. Verrechia Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to undergraduate students in the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Continuing Education on the basis of good academic standing and genuine financial need.

Engineering

*Robert Allen Memorial Endowment: In memory of Robert W. Allen, Ph.D. ’72. Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a science major, either undergraduate or graduate, with a GPA of 3.00 or better.

Philip A. and Bette A. Ayoub Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in civil engineering based on academic excellence. Selection made by the College of Engineering.

James L. Baldwin Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a civil engineering student.

A.J. Beaudoin Memorial Scholarship (Electrical League of Rhode Island): Two $1,000 grants awarded annually to Rhode Island residents who are majoring in electrical engineering and who have financial need.

*David Beretta ’49 Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to provide support for either a student enrolled in the College of Engineering with a minor in business or for a graduate in engineering who wishes to pursue full-time study for a master’s degree in the College of Business Administration. Recipient selected by a joint decision of the deans of both colleges.

William R. Bisson Family Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in electrical engineering who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Preference to students who are Rhode Island residents.

Norman H. Borden Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment established in the memory of Norman H. Borden awarded annually to a student majoring in chemical engineering with genuine financial need.

Ronald and Lillie Bowden Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship to a student enrolled in the College of Engineering.

George A. Brown Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in mechanical engineering.

Gene Bucci Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded at the discretion of the chair of the Civil Engineering Department to a female student studying civil engineering who is a Rhode Island resident.

Alfred S. Budnick Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to undergraduate students in engineering who have financial need and the ability to succeed in the program.

Joseph L. Campanella Memorial Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student who is a Bristol County resident, who maintains good grades, and is pursuing a degree in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Daniel O. Cargill Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in civil engineering.

Peter M. Carley ’79 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of financial need, academic performance, or a combination of both, with preference to civil engineering students.

*Albert E. Carlotti Endowment: Income from endowment for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering.

Howard Chin Scholarship in Civil Engineering: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a student in the department of civil/environmental engineering with preference to students who demonstrate financial need and are pursuing a career in civil/environmental engineering.

Dr. David J. Chronley Fund in Chemical Engineering: Income from endowment for annual creativity awards for junior or senior undergraduate students in chemical engineering and need-based undergraduate scholarships in chemical engineering. Awards and scholarships awarded at the discretion of the department chairperson.

Francis J. Connell ’49 Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a junior or senior majoring in civil engineering on the basis of genuine financial need and acceptable academic performance. First preference to a student from Newport; second preference to a student from Rhode Island.

Day Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an African-American, full-time College of Engineering student (preference to a male) who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need.

James and June Diller Scholarship: Income from endowment for full scholarships to incoming students who are Rhode Island residents with financial need intending to major in any of the following areas: physics, chemistry, computer science, math, chemical engineering, or computer engineering.

Kenneth A. Epstein Engineering Scholarship: Annual grant for a scholarship to a student enrolled in the College of Engineering.

Kam Esmail Endowed Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for annual, recurring scholarship awards for undergraduate students majoring in one of the traditional civil engineering areas of concentration. To be eligible for this scholarship, a candidate must 1.) demonstrate financial need, 2.) be a Rhode Island resident, 3.) be a U.S. citizen, and 4.) be a graduate of a Rhode Island high school. Recipient selected by the College of Engineering.

*Matthew Flores Memorial Fund: Income from endowment for a scholarship for a junior or senior who is a high academic achiever. Recipient must be majoring in mechanical engineering, with an interest in robotics and/or biomedical research preferred. Recipient selected by the College of Engineering.

Fougera Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually on the basis of merit to an undergraduate student pursuing course work with a focus in pharmaceutical engineering. Selection process is collaboration between the College of Engineering and the College of Pharmacy.

George Geisser Sr. Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to civil engineering student(s) in good standing and with financial need.

George and Virginia Geisser Civil Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a Rhode Island high school graduate planning to major in civil engineering who has financial need and a good academic record. Selection made by the Department of Civil Engineering and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Geisser Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in civil engineering on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Gertz Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in engineering.

John M. Grandin Scholarship: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

Gray Family Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to one or more Rhode Island resident undergraduate students in the College of Engineering. Recipient selected by the College of Engineering.

Louis Raymond Hampton ’42 Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of genuine financial need and academic performance. First preference given to engineering students who are dependent children of Providence Gas Company employees.

John J. Hudson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to qualified undergraduates pursuing a degree in civil engineering based on academic merit and financial need with preference to students from New England.

International Engineering Program Scholarship: Scholarships awarded annually to students in the International Engineering Program. Recipients selected by the College of Engineering.

Ronald C. Jalbert Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship for a declared undergraduate civil engineering major and a Rhode Island resident. Preference to be given to qualifying children from the Maguire Group, Inc. Scholarship award to be determined by the chair of the Civil Engineering Department.

Amos Kent, P.E., Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment created by the National Council of Engineering Examiners. Awarded to a student in engineering who is entering the junior year on the basis of financial need. Selection made by the College of Engineering.

Dean Thomas Kim Scholarship: Income from endowment to be awarded to the most noteworthy freshman in the College of Engineering who has financial need. Recipient selected by the college along with Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Lester J. King Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Engineering who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need. Recipient selected by the College of Engineering in conjunction with Enrollment Services.

Mason B. Kingsbury Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in engineering awarded annually. Recipient selected by the College of Engineering.

Knickle Family Freshman Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships for freshmen majoring in chemical engineering. Funded through the generous contributions of Harold N. Knickle. Selection made by the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Leonard ’43 and Elena Lanni Family Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to a major in mechanical or chemical engineering. Preference to a first-generation American who graduated from a Rhode Island high school and has genuine financial need and an acceptable academic performance. Recipient selected jointly by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and the College of Engineering.

James M. Lenehan Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Engineering with academic ability and financial need. First preference given to a student majoring in mechanical engineering whose practical experience or schooling and activities demonstrate that the student is a self-starter likely to become a manager of engineers.

*Gabriel Lengyel Fellowship in Electrical Engineering: Income from endowment established by the late Ruth Braun for a fellowship awarded annually to the graduate student in electrical engineering with the most outstanding scholastic achievement.

Lincoln Environmental Endowed Scholarship Fund: The fund shall provide annual scholarship assistance based on academic merit and financial need to a student pursuing an undergraduate degree with a focus in environmental science. The scholarship may be awarded to a qualified undergraduate student pursuing a degree in engineering, geology, or chemistry. Undergraduate students in any degree program with a parent currently employed by Lincoln Environmental, Inc. may also be considered.

Rosario J. Lombardo Scholarship in Engineering: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a female student in the College of Engineering on the basis of financial need.

A. F. Lusi Construction Engineering Ambassadors Scholarship: The fund shall be used to provide semester scholarships to College of Engineering Ambassadors. Selection of undergraduate students by the dean will be based upon scholastic and leadership skills. The Ambassadors will help recruit students and promote the college by providing tours for visitors and alumni. They will also represent and support the college at various URI functions.

Robert A. Lusi Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate engineering students on the basis of merit. Students may receive the award for all four years contingent upon satisfactory progress toward graduation. Selection made by the College of Engineering.

Rudolph and Dorothy Nolan Lux ’49 Scholarship for Academic Excellence: Income from endowment awarded annually to students in the sophomore, junior, or senior year, majoring in one of the engineering disciplines, on the basis of high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients selected by the dean of the College of Engineering.

Charles A. Maguire and Associates Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students in the field of engineering with financial need.

Carleton Maine Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving student in environmental, civil, or related engineering specialties who is in need of financial assistance.

Angelo A. Marcello Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in civil engineering awarded annually to a junior or senior based on financial need with consideration given to academic excellence. Minimum award $350; maximum, 50 percent of tuition. Selection made by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Robert Edmund Marcille Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Engineering based on financial need.

Shawn P. McBride Memorial IEP Scholarship: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

Arthur J. Minor Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in engineering awarded annually to students with financial need.

Joseph A. Morrone III Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in mechanical engineering on the basis of merit and/or financial need.

Vincent E. and Estelle E. Murphy Scholarship: Income from endowment established in the memory of Vincent E. Murphy for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Engineering with financial need.

John J. Murray Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the College of Engineering based on academic merit.

Vito A. Nacci Civil Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in civil engineering.

Henry J. Nardone Family Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in mechanical engineering. Preference will be given to an incoming freshman who graduated from a Rhode Island high school and has demonstrated financial need.

Narragansett Improvement Company Scholarships: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to majors in civil and environmental engineering who are from Rhode Island. Recipients selected by the College of Engineering. Any specific criteria will be determined by the College of Engineering in conjunction with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

William C. Northup Memorial Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Engineering who demonstrates academic excellence and financial need.

ON Semiconductor Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually in engineering. Preference to students who are Rhode Island residents with financial need and of high academic caliber. Recipients selected by the dean of the College of Engineering.

Charles Pagella Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for an annual scholarship to engineering students.

Peter A. Pelletier Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to qualified engineering students based on academic merit.

*Robert Pezzullo Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a qualified undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in engineering on the basis of financial need. Preference given to a student with the ability to balance intense learning with hands-on application of knowledge and with the demonstrated ability to turn theory into practice more easily than most.

Piacitelli Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to provide in-state tuition and fees to a sophomore engineering major who is a Rhode Island resident. The dean of the College of Engineering, in cooperation with the college’s academic advisor, will work in concert with the donors to honor and fulfill the scholarship award and the donors’ intentions on an annual basis.

Francis C. Pierce Endowed Scholarship in Civil Engineering: Funds shall be used to provide scholarship assistance annually to a qualified undergraduate civil engineering student. Selection will be based on academic merit, hardworking application, and financial need.

Grant H. Potter Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment, a bequest of Warren L. Offer, for scholarships to engineering students with financial need, with preference to residents of Rhode Island specializing in the field of electronics or aeronautics.

*Jerry M. and Evelyn L. Rhoads Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to one or more full-time undergraduate or graduate students based on academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to engineering students from Rhode Island high schools.

Rhode Island Builders Association Scholarship: Scholarship awarded on a three-year rotational basis to civil or environmental engineering students. Preference given to immediate family of R.I. Builders Association members. Recipients must be from Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, or eastern Connecticut.

Rhode Island Public Works Association Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $500 scholarship awarded annually to a junior who is a resident of Rhode Island with financial need and good academic standing and is majoring in civil engineering.

Joseph G.A. Riccio Civil Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually in civil engineering. Preference given to Bristol, R.I., residents who are members of Theta Delta Chi fraternity. Student must have good academic record and genuine financial need.

Pasquale and Rosaria Rizzi: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to two or more students in the Department of Electrical Engineering on the basis on scholastic achievement and financial need with preference to students from Rhode Island.

Vincent Rose Family Endowment: Income from endowment for awards to students preferably with financial need who are obtaining practical experience in pollution prevention in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Halkey K. Ross ’33 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in engineering on the basis of financial need and/or academic achievement.

*Dr. Herman E. Sheets Endowment for Ocean Engineering: Income from endowment for scholarships and fellowships awarded annually to undergraduate and graduate students in the ocean engineering program. Recipients selected by the chairperson of the Department of Ocean Engineering.

William F. and Pauline T. Silvia Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the International Engineering Program in Spanish. Recipient selected by the faculty of the program.

Sylvan Simons Scholarship in Electrical Engineering: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the Department of Electrical Engineering based on academic merit and financial need.

John L. Slocum Scholarship in Civil Engineering: Income from endowment awarded to a deserving and worthy student in civil engineering.

Dr. Malcolm L. Spaulding and Nicole Cornillon Scholarship in Ocean Engineering: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the ocean engineering program. Priority and preference given to students of outstanding scholastic merit and achievement, at the discretion of the chairperson of the Department of Ocean Engineering.

Toray Plastics America, Inc., Scholarship: Income from endowment for eight scholarships to students from electrical, mechanical, or chemical engineering. Criteria for awarding these scholarships will be based on educational achievement and residence in Rhode Island. All things being equal, candidates in need, North Kingstown High School seniors, minorities, and/or women will receive preferential consideration.

H. Winfield Tucker Jr. ’43 Engineering Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate engineering student. Preference given to graduates of Washington County, R.I., high schools. Based on genuine financial need and academic performance.

Royal Wales Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a graduate of South Kingstown High School, in Wakefield, R.I., who is a full-time student at URI, meets minimum academic requirements, demonstrates satisfactory effort, and has demonstrated financial need. Preference given to a student enrolled in the College of Engineering. If there is no candidate from South Kingstown High School, the award will be given to a graduating senior from Rhode Island who meets, in order of preference, the above requirements.

*Milton Waltcher ’41 Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for annual awards to go to a deserving chemistry graduate student during summer months and to a deserving undergraduate student in mechanical engineering.

Wardwell Braiding Machine Company Scholarship: Students majoring in engineering or computer science are eligible for $1,000 awards each year until graduation, provided they maintain a grade point average of 3.00 starting in their freshman year. First preference to URI students from immediate families employed by Wardwell, second preference to students enrolled from Pawtucket or Central Falls, and third preference to students from the Blackstone Valley.

Joseph Robert and Catherine Barclay Wood Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the College of Engineering to an entering freshman from the South Kingstown area.

Wroe Family International Engineering Program Scholarship: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

Environment and Life Sciences

*Robert Allen Memorial Endowment: In memory of Robert W. Allen, Ph.D. ’72. Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a science major, either undergraduate or graduate, with a GPA of 3.00 or better.

Ruth E. Atkinson Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate students majoring in food science, textiles, or other substantially similar fields of study on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

John W. Atwood Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a junior or senior in an animal science program; students to be selected by a committee on the basis of financial need, academic performance, and interest. Selection made by the Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science.

Salt Pond Coalition-Abby Aukerman Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a junior in good academic standing who is majoring in a marine-related science. Preference will be given to an individual planning a career in environmental management whose family resides in South County. Recipient selected by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Balmforth Family Endowed Scholarship in Pre-Med Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of merit and need to support a student majoring in the biological sciences, chemistry, or any other program who has expressed an interest in medicine, veterinary medicine, or another health-related field.

Bessie D. Belmont Memorial Scholarship: Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Belmont in memory of his mother. Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate majoring in natural sciences on the basis of scholarship and/or diligent application and financial need.

Harriet G. Bird Memorial Scholarship (Merwin Memorial Free Clinic for Animals, Inc.): $1,000 awarded annually to Massachusetts residents with financial need who are majoring in animal science and technology and are interested in the welfare of animals.

Barbara Bradford Brand ’30 Scholarship: Income from bequest awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences interested in researching ways to accelerate protection of the environment.

Harold Browning Prize: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

Mary Williams Browning Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a junior year student majoring in microbiology on the basis of merit.

Norma Bugbee Memorial Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for scholarships for deserving juniors and seniors in the University’s food sciences and nutrition, textiles, and music programs in loving memory of Norma Bugbee Starr, Class of 1944. Award of scholarships to be based upon candidate’s scholastic achievements and ability without reference to financial resources of the candidate or his or her parents.

W. Berkley Carter Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in urban horticulture and turfgrass management.

John Samuel Clapper Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment established by Orville O. Clapper in honor of his father, who pioneered the development of modern turf. Awards to outstanding juniors or seniors showing marked and abiding interest in turf culture. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Dr. James W. and Mildred L. Cobble Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a sophomore, junior, or senior in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences, based primarily on financial need accompanied by evidence of satisfactory progress toward a degree.

College of the Environment and Life Sciences Scholarship for Academic Excellence: Income from endowment for a scholarship in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences awarded annually on the basis of merit.

*Kenelm W. Coons Marine Affairs Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to assist graduate students returning to school mid-career to pursue a master’s degree in marine affairs. This gift is from the Coons family and family friends in honor of the retirement of Kenelm W. Coons, ’78.

Lloyd Robert Crandall Memorial Scholarship (Ashaway Line and Twine Manufacturing Company): Income from endowment awarded annually to students in the aquaculture and fishery technology program with financial need. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Alexander D. Daunis Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students of the fisheries and aquaculture technology program who are specializing in marine fisheries. Preference to juniors or seniors from the Northeast who are maintaining a 3.00 grade point average or better. Selection made by the Department of Fisheries and Animal Veterinary Sciences.

Robert A. DeWolf Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in zoology awarded annually. Recipient selected by the Department of Zoology.

Dr. Joseph D. DiMase Scholarship in Pre-Med Studies: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a third- or fourth-year student with financial need who is pursuing any pre-med major.

Dodd Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with junior standing majoring in biology or an ocean-related field. The recipient should be from Rhode Island, have demonstrated financial need, and have at least a 3.00 grade point average.

Dodd Family Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student with junior standing majoring in biology or an ocean-related field. The recipient should be from Rhode Island, have demonstrated financial need, and have at least a 3.00 grade point average.

*Wayne King Durfee and Bernice Anderson Durfee Aquaculture Scholarships for Academic Excellence: Income from endowment for a $500 scholarship awarded annually to a junior or senior who has majored in aquaculture for at least one year; the recipient is selected on the basis of merit, as evidenced in the past academic year, with first preference given to a student with a special interest in shellfish. Also, up to $2,000 awarded, based on merit, to a graduate student with a special interest in shellfish.

Eastern Cooperative Extension Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a graduate or undergraduate student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences with preference to 4-H Horse Club students from Newport County, RI.

*Marjorie Ellis Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarship to graduate or undergraduate students on the basis of financial need. Preference to students with an interest in nutrition and dietetics.

*Alex V. and Elli A. Fricke Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students majoring in ecology-related programs on the basis of good academic standing and financial need. First preference to students from Cranston and/or Rhode Island.

Golf Course Superintendents Association of America Scholarships: These $500 competitive scholarships are awarded nationally on the basis of scholastic ability, professed interest in golf turf management, and recommendation of advisors. Selection made by the turf section of the Department of Plant Sciences.

Mabel B. Goshdigian Memorial Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Dietetics: Income from endowment awarded annually to a dietetics major on the basis of merit.

Morton and Ruth Grossman Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to students studying for the profession of turfgrass management. Recipient will be selected by faculty in the Department of Plant Sciences who serve as advisors to students majoring in urban horticulture and turfgrass management.

Hardee’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence: Income from endowment for two scholarships awarded annually to students in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences on the basis of merit. Recipients selected by a committee of faculty representing all academic departments in the college and the director of Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

John I. Hardy Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in biology.

Matthew J. Horridge Scholarship Fund: The fund shall be used to provide a scholarship for a sophomore, junior, or senior in-state student, enrolled full-time in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences, specifically in the turfgrass management program. The recipient will be identified by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences Scholarship Committee, in consultation with the chairperson of the Department of Plant Sciences.

Frederick and Katherine Jackson Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student with financial need who is enrolled in the physical, biological, or social sciences, or in the humanities.

Cedric C. Jennings ’37 Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to students with financial need who are studying entomology or plant pathology. Selection made by the plant pathology and entomology section of the Department of Plant Sciences.

Kingston Hill Gardeners Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to a junior or senior majoring in the area of plant studies on the basis of academic merit and interest.

John M. Lawrence III Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment will be used for a scholarship awarded annually in the Department of Natural Resources Science. Recipient selected by the department.

Lincoln Environmental Endowed Scholarship Fund: The fund shall provide annual scholarship assistance based on academic merit and financial need to a student pursuing an undergraduate degree with a focus in environmental science. The scholarship may be awarded to a qualified undergraduate student pursuing a degree in engineering, geology, or chemistry. Undergraduate students in any degree program with a parent currently employed by Lincoln Environmental, Inc. may also be considered.

Raymond G. and Nancy A. Lundgren Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences from Tiverton, RI or, if there is no such student, Little Compton residents will be considered. Other requirements include: financial need and average academic record, with first preference to CELS students with a double major in education or a minor in education, second preference to a CELS only major, and third to a student majoring in education.

Alice P. Mayer Scholarship: Two annual scholarships of $1,500 each to students interested in agriculture, horticulture, or fishery technology who reside in Newport County. Preference to juniors and seniors. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

John T. McCarthy ’36 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving junior or senior majoring in biological sciences with an interest in zoology, with preference to a student planning to attend a veterinary school.

William S. Moody III Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment awarded for four years to an undergraduate in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences. The recipient(s) will be selected by the dean of the college on the basis of academic merit and interest in environmental issues and studies. Established in the memory of William S. Moody III, this endowment was donated by Mr. and Mrs. William S. Moody Jr., his parents, and Mrs. William S. Moody, his widow.

Charles E. Olney Food Science Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually on the basis of merit and need to an undergraduate student majoring in food science and nutrition and committed to a career in food science. Recipient selected by a committee headed by Dr. Chong Lee from the Department of Food Science and Nutrition.

Al Owens Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences on the basis of merit.

E.A. Palmetier Memorial Award in Biological Sciences: Income from endowment for an award given annually to an undergraduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences who demonstrates academic excellence. Recipient selected by the chairperson of the Department of Biological Sciences.

Jean Louise Pimental ’70 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a deserving student in animal science with preference to a woman from Rhode Island. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

John E. Powell Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually on the basis of worthiness and need to juniors or seniors in environment and life sciences. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Providence Gas Environmental Scholarship: Awarded to students preparing for careers in environmental management and residing in the household of a Providence Gas customer.

Anna and Silvio Quattrini Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences. Preference given to a native Rhode Islander with financial need.

Ralston-Purina Award: A $650 award to an outstanding student with professional interest in food science. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship, potential, and need. Selection by Ralston-Purina from applications recommended by the college.

Mary A. Silverman Ravin, M.D., ’44 Scholarship: Income from endowment for a $250 scholarship given annually to the highest-ranking female premedical student at the close of her junior year.

Rhode Island Dietetic Association Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to seniors majoring in nutrition and dietetics who are Rhode Island residents, on the basis of financial need, academic performance, and interest, effort, and commitment to pursuing a career in dietetics.

Rhode Island Golf Course Superintendents Association Scholarship: $200 awarded annually to a student studying for the profession of turfgrass management who has an expressed interest in golf course maintenance. Selection made by the turfgrass management section of the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Rhode Island Nurserymen’s Association Scholarship: $150 awarded annually to a student who has completed at least five of the eight professional courses specified in ornamental horticulture and has attained the highest cumulative grade point average. Recipient selected by associate dean for instruction. Award presented at the association’s spring meeting.

Harold A. Riemenschneider Award: Income from endowment for an award given annually to a student pursuing studies in radiation either in the Department of Biological Sciences or the Department of Chemistry. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services in consultation with these departments.

Brett Santoro Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually, on the basis of need, to a student majoring in the biological sciences.

*RINLA/URI Scholarship in Plant Sciences: Annual awards to undergraduate or graduate students working toward a degree in the Department of Plant Sciences within the College of the Environment and Life Sciences. As long as recipients remain full-time students in good academic standing within the plant science department this scholarship may be renewed each year.

Betty and Tom Shreve ’42 Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a food science and nutrition major on the basis of financial need.

Dr. Richard S. Skogley Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship in the area of turfgrass management in the Department of Plant Sciences. Recipient selected by the Department of Plant Sciences.

Society of Soil Scientists of Southern New England Scholarship: Awarded to a student majoring in soil science on the basis of scholarship, extracurricular activities, character, and need. The recipient must have completed six credits in soil science.

Southern Rhode Island Soil Conservation District Scholarship: $500 awarded to a junior or senior with professional interest in soil conservation or a related area. Selection made by a committee of soils faculty and district representatives, based on scholarship, experience in soil science, extracurricular activities, character, and attitude.

Norman and Alicia Tashash Environment and Life Sciences Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a junior who has a specific interest in molecular biology or microbiology based on merit.

Jose Bowen Tombs Scholarship: The endowment shall be used to provide scholarship assistance for women students with great financial need who wish to obtain a college degree and thus become able to support themselves and their families. Preference shall be given to former or current participants in the Rhode Island Women-Infants-Children (WIC) Nutrition Program.

Karen Volk and Richard Volk Jr. Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually on the basis of need and merit to a freshman majoring in animal science.

Wantaknowhow Garden Club: Scholarship awarded annually to a student in resource development.

Watershed Watch Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in the Department of Natural Resources Science. Recipient must be in good academic standing, have demonstrated financial need, and be a major in natural resources science.

*Norris Wood Microbiology Award: (see description under Arts and Sciences)

*Weekapaug Foundation for Conservation Scholarship Fund in Environmental Studies: The endowment, established in memory of former trustee Richard A. Dumouchel, will support a scholarship for an undergraduate or graduate student with a demonstrated conservation ethic and academic achievement who is enrolled in an environmental science, planning, and policy major or life science major in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences. Preference will be given to a student from Westerly, Rhode Island.

Human Science and Services

Ruth E. Atkinson Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate students majoring in food science, textiles, or other substantially similar fields of study on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Kathryn Beaupre Department of Communicative Disorders Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to students in the Department of Communicative Disorders on the basis of academic qualification, with a preference for financial need.

*George H. and Mary Kulik Bond Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarship awarded annually on the basis of financial need to a student in the College of Human Science and Services.

Glenn C. Brown Dental Hygiene Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually for a scholarship to a single mother from Washington County who is majoring in an undergraduate health profession major such as kinesiology, communicative disorders, pharmacy, or pre-physical therapy.

Norma Bugbee Memorial Scholarship Fund: Income from endowment for scholarships for deserving juniors and seniors in the University’s food sciences and nutrition, textiles, and music programs in loving memory of Norma Bugbee Starr, Class of 1944. Award of scholarships to be based upon candidate’s scholastic achievements and ability without reference to financial resources of the candidate or his or her parents.

Elizabeth W. Christopher Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually, to students in home economics who have completed their fourth semester at the University, on the basis of scholarship and evidence of potential service and concern for the welfare of others. Selection made by the College of Human Science and Services.

Cranston Print Works Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in the department of textiles, fashion merchandising, and design.

Ruth E. Curran Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a worthy student in home economics. Selection made by the College of Human Science and Services.

Edward D. Eddy Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to junior-year students majoring in education who are graduates of Providence public schools and who want to teach in urban schools. Selection made by the School of Education.

Gloria Goodwin and John W. Swan Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Human Science and Services with preference to a student from the Blackstone Valley majoring in human development and family studies or textiles, fashion merchandising, and design based on financial need and academic merit.

Martin and Claire Hawes Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a graduate of Woonsocket High School intending to study nursing or teaching, with preference to nontraditional (i.e. returning) students. The scholarship shall be based primarily on merit and awarded to the same student as long as he or she remains in the nursing or teaching program.

Joan ’86, Jennifer, and Melissa Heaton Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to students in the human services disciplines. Selection made by the College of Human Science and Services.

Evelyn Siefert Kennedy Endowed Scholarship: Income from endowment will fund a scholarship for a student majoring in Italian studies, textile sciences, or fine arts who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students of Italian heritage.

Helen Gibbs Lea Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to an Alpha Chi Omega. First preference to a member majoring in primary education, second preference to a member majoring in any education major.

*Dr. Dorothy Massey Scholarship: Income from endowment for women graduate and undergraduate students majoring in kinesiology.

Mabel Streeter Perrin Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to Rhode Island female students majoring in human development and family studies on the basis of academic standing and financial need.

*Dr. and Mrs. James P. Reid Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in kinesiology awarded annually to a master’s or doctoral student on the basis of academic scholarship, professional interest, and involvement. Preference to second-year students. Selection made by the Reid Scholarship Committee of the Department of Kinesiology.

Andrew W. Rotelli III Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to needy students who had formerly attended Bishop Hendricken, are enrolled in the kinesiology program, and are seeking a career in sports-related physiology or in physical therapy.

Jill Sawyer Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in merchandising or fashion design awarded annually to a sophomore, junior, or senior on the basis of financial need. Preference given to members of Alpha Xi Delta sorority.

Albert P. Teoli Sr. Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a major in the physical therapy program who is from Rhode Island on the basis of financial need and hard work.

Lt. Charles Yaghoobian Jr. ’65 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment available to a student with financial need, with first preference to residents of Blackstone Valley, R.I., majoring in kinesiology, and second preference to residents of Blackstone Valley regardless of major.

Nursing

*Paul and Marcia Bigney Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a registered nurse in either the College of Nursing’s undergraduate or graduate program who shows dedication to a career in nursing. Preference given to students specializing in hospice, home care, oncology, or cardiac nursing.

Emilie C. ’16 and Norman H. Borden ’15 Nursing Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a nursing student with financial need.

M. Adelaide Briggs Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment available to nursing students with financial need.

Godfrey Brown Leadership Scholarship: Income from endowment for an annual award to a graduating senior in nursing who demonstrates leadership skills and professionalism in clinical practice. Selection made by the College of Nursing.

Edith F. Chappell Memorial Nursing Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a nursing student in either the sophomore or junior year.

Vera J. Clark Scholarship in Nursing: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to students in the College of Nursing from Westerly or Richmond who are both worthy and needy.

College of Nursing Scholarship: Awarded to undergraduate students majoring in nursing. The grant will be administered by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Joseph D’Anna Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually in nursing.

Sharon Dubois-Hall Memorial Fund: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the College of Nursing.

Wilbur and Evelyn Fagans Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a nursing student, with preference to students from New Jersey.

James ’76 and Nancy ’77 Forte Scholarship in Business and Nursing: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually in the College of Business Administration and the College of Nursing.

Giuseppina and Mariano Galanti Nursing Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Nursing. Selection made by the College of Nursing.

*Joseph Galanti Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in nursing.

Mildred J. Galanti Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in nursing.

Morton and Ruth Grossman Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the College of Nursing. Recipient selected by the College of Nursing.

Martin and Claire Hawes Memorial Scholarship: (see description under Human Science and Services)

Kenneth and Susan Kermes Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate students in nursing on the basis of good academic standing and financial need.

*Adele Sheila Landesberg Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Nursing: Income from endowment shall be used for financial assistance to a graduate student (master’s or doctoral) in the area of psychiatric nursing, based on academic merit. The award shall be made at the discretion of, and the recipient selected by, the dean of the College of Nursing. The award may be made for each year of the recipient’s academic program, for no more than four years.

Oscar and Lauretta LaPierre Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a four-year scholarship to a student in the College of Nursing who is from Central Falls, R.I., and has demonstrated financial need.

Gladys N. Longo Scholarship in Nursing: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded to a fourth-year nursing student entering the fifth year on the basis of financial need.

Marie D. Radoccia Endowed Nursing Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student enrolled in the College of Nursing on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. First preference to a graduate of Richmond Elementary School.

Roddy Charitable Trust Scholarship: Income from endowment available to students in the College of Nursing on the basis of financial need and academic ability.

Sigma Theta Tau, Inc., Delta Upsilon Chapter Scholarship: A $750 grant awarded annually to a full-time student in the College of Nursing who has completed two or more clinical nursing courses on the basis of grade point average, evidence of leadership, creativity, professional commitment, and financial need. Application forms available at the College of Nursing.

Ella Soloveitzik ’37 Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to worthy nursing students or students pursuing a teaching career. First preference to students from the South County and Pawcatuck areas.

Catherine H. Suda/Edward S. Pratt Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Nursing. First preference to students from North Kingstown; second, Washington County; third, Rhode Island; and fourth, other qualified students. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Nursing.

*Barbara Tate Scholarship in Nursing: Income from endowment awarded annually to undergraduate or graduate nursing students in good academic standing. Award based on clinical competence. Applications available at the College of Nursing.

Frederick ’22 and Doris Louise Titchener Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in the College of Nursing with financial need.

Esther A. Watson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in nursing awarded annually on the basis of good scholastic standing, with first preference given to graduates of the Memorial Hospital School of Nursing; second preference to relatives of such graduates. Selection made by the College of Nursing.

Louisa White Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment available for a scholarship to needy nursing students at the request of the dean of the College of Nursing.

Lt. Charlie Yaghoobian Jr. Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate student from Rhode Island who is pursuing a degree in the College of Nursing based on academic merit and financial need.

Oceanography

*Corless/Kester Prize in Marine Chemistry: Income from endowment for an award in marine and atmospheric chemistry given annually to a master’s or doctoral student in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography who presents the best seminar in the Monday afternoon seminar series. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Davis Family Endowment for Fisheries Oceanography: Income from endowment for the Joshua MacMillan Graduate Fellowship in Fisheries Oceanography awarded annually to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography and who has a marked interest in research related to fisheries science. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Ann Durbin Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for an award to a biological oceanography master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Farmer Family Trust—The Pacifico A. Colicci Award in Oceanography Engineering: Income from endowment for an annual award to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography and who demonstrates exceptional vision and creativity in fashioning instruments for use in oceanography research. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Farmer Family Trust—The Henry S. Farmer Award in Biological Oceanography: Income from endowment for an annual award to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography who is specializing in biological oceanography and who demonstrates exceptional creativity and interest in research designed to preserve and develop the oceans as a biological resource. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Robert H. and Marjorie P. Fillmore Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to an undergraduate or graduate student who will be or is pursuing a degree in ocean studies. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Graduate School of Oceanography Alumni Fellowship: Award provides fellowship support, based on academic record and proposed scientific research, for a full-time master’s or doctoral student in any field of oceanography. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*John Knauss Award in Oceanography: Income from endowment for an annual award to an oceanography graduate student. Award is made based on scholarly distinction, research achievement, student seminar, progress towards degree, and public service. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Robert L. McMaster Scholarship in Marine Geology: Income from endowment for a scholarship in marine geology awarded annually to a geological oceanography graduate student in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Thomas and Kathy J. McNiff Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a graduate student in the marine sciences. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Lance A. Ricci Fellowship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Ada L. Sawyer Endowment for Oceanography: Income from endowment awarded annually to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography. Preference is given to a woman demonstrating the spirit and ingenuity of Ada L. Sawyer. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*William E. Simmons Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the area of oceanography for new discoveries or research expected to be of real economic value. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

*Webb Family Graduate Fellowship in Oceanography: Income from endowment awarded annually to a master’s or doctoral student who is a U.S. citizen in good standing at the Graduate School of Oceanography and who has an interest in marine environmental issues. Recipient selected by the Graduate School of Oceanography.

Pharmacy

Glenn C. Brown Scholarship: (see description under Human Science and Services)

*Joseph Burghardt Pharmacy Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to the pharmacy student with the highest average after the fifth year of study. Award will be made in the sixth year.

Norman A. and Mary Campbell Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to pharmacy students in the professional curriculum who demonstrate academic proficiency and leadership in pharmacy student organizations.

Dr. Herb Carlin Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

*Dr. Young Soo Choi Scholarship in Pharmacy: Income from endowment for scholarship to a graduate student in the Department of Pharmacology on the basis of financial need. Preference to international students. Recipient selected by Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services and the College of Pharmacy.

Harriet A.F. Claflin Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded to students in pharmacy with financial need.

Sidney Cohn Memorial Scholarship: Income from bequest awarded to a student in pharmacy with financial need. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

*College of Pharmacy Centennial Student Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in pharmacy. Recipient selected by the College of Pharmacy.

*College of Pharmacy Graduate and Undergraduate Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the field of pharmacy on the basis of merit. Recipient selected by the College of Pharmacy.

College of Pharmacy Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships in pharmacy awarded annually, first on the basis of financial need and second on the basis of academic achievement. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

CVS Awards: Three $500 awards to students who are in their fourth or fifth year with satisfactory academic standing, financial need, and interest in a career in retail (community) pharmacy, with high preference to children of CVS employees. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

CVS Endowment Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships in pharmacy awarded annually to deserving students. Recipients selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Davol Company Pharmacy Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy.

David R. DeFanti Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a student in pharmacy.

Fougera Scholarship in Pharmaceutics: (see description under Engineering)

Hyman Fradin Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to a minority student from Rhode Island with financial need and a successful academic record (3.00 grade point average or higher). First preference will be given to a student wishing to major in pharmacy; if that is not possible, the support will go to a deserving student in any academic field. The recipient must also have demonstrated leadership in nonacademic settings.

*William John and Joseph E. Golini Scholarship in Pharmacy: Income from endowment for stipends awarded annually to graduate students in pharmacy. Recipients selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Florence Champlin Hamilton Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in pharmacy on the basis of scholastic ability and financial need. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Edward M. Lee Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment awarded annually to pharmacy students from the Woonsocket and North Smithfield areas. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Gladys N. Longo Scholarship in Pharmacy: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy on the basis of financial need.

National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Inc. Scholarship: Annual grant for scholarships for pharmacy students on the basis of satisfactory academic standing, financial need, and career interest in community pharmacy practice. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

*Joseph F. and Josephine D. Navach Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a pharmacy student in good standing with genuine financial need. Preference to a graduate of a Rhode Island high school. Funded through the generous contribution of Josephine Delise Navach ’34 and the late Joseph F. Navach ’34. Selection by the College of Pharmacy in conjunction with Student Financial Assistance.

Gertrude I. and Henry Nelson Jr. Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in pharmacy with financial need.

William G. Peckham Memorial Scholarship: Established by the will of Mary M. Peckham (Mrs. William G.), the scholarship provides funds to a first-year student enrolled in pharmacy and continues until graduation if merited by scholastic performance. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Rhode Island Pharmaceutical Association Award: $300 awarded annually to a junior or senior in the College of Pharmacy on the basis of scholastic ability and financial need. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Rhode Island Pharmacists Association Scholarship Endowment: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy awarded annually on the basis of financial need to third-, fourth-, or fifth-year students.

Thomas M. Ryan Scholarship: Income from endowment for scholarships awarded annually to undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Pharmacy on the basis of financial need and interest in a career in community-based pharmacy and scholarship.

*Robert and Arda Saute Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to graduate pharmacy students with preference to Rhode Island residents on the basis of merit and need.

Lionel R. Savaria Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in pharmacy.

Dr. Brian and Susan E. Sawchuk Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a fourth year pharmacy student in the top 25% of the class who is independent of any financial support in pursuing an academic career.

Southeastern Massachusetts Pharmaceutical Association Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to a third-, fourth-, or fifth-year pharmacy student from southeastern Massachusetts. Priority to scholastic excellence above financial need. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Stop & Shop Company Scholarship: Scholarship awarded annually to a student in pharmacy. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Mary C. Tafuri Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a pharmacy student interested in the practice of community pharmacy.

Walter B. Thompson Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy awarded annually to a deserving student. Selection made by the College of Pharmacy.

Daniel P.N. Tsao Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a pharmacy student.

URI Class of 1926 Scholarship in Pharmacy: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

Lois Vars Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually in the fall to a female pharmacy student who is a transfer in her third year and is at least 28 years old.

Wal-Mart Pharmacy Scholarship: Grant awarded annually to students in pharmacy. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Leonard R. Worthen Scholarship in Pharmacy: Income from endowment for a scholarship in pharmacy.

Heber W. Youngken Jr. Scholarship: Income from endowment awarded annually to a student in the fourth- or fifth-year class who has demonstrated outstanding service in the interests of pharmacy at the state and/or national level. Recipient selected by the College of Pharmacy.

Kevin J. Zecco Memorial Scholarship: Income from endowment for a scholarship awarded annually to fourth-year students in the College of Pharmacy with an academic average of 2.50 to 3.50 and demonstrated financial need. The student must be of good moral character and have the persistence and dedication to pursue an entry-level degree in pharmacy. Recipient selected by the dean of the College of Pharmacy and Student Financial Assistance and Employment Services.

SPECIAL AWARDS

*Academy of American Poets Prize: Income from the Nancy Potter Endowment for two $100 prizes to be awarded each year by the Academy of American Poets.

Dennis W. Callaghan Memorial Award in Management: Income from endowment awarded annually to the outstanding senior in management. Selection made by the College of Business Administration.

Lt. Parker D. Cramer ’59 Memorial Endowment: Income from endowment for an annual award (a saber) to outstanding students in Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) having leadership qualities and high ethical standards. Selection made by the Department of Military Science.

*John J. Fisher Memorial Award: Income from endowment for an annual award in geology to a graduate assistant (either teaching or research) who has demonstrated superior service to the Department of Geology during the current academic year while maintaining a strong academic record.

John B. Fraleigh Prizes in Mathematics: Income from endowment for prizes awarded annually to undergraduates for excellence in mathematics. Selection made by the Department of Mathematics.

Peter M. and Mildred J. Galanti Business Award in Accounting: Income from this endowment will be given to a student based on financial need and academic performance.

Peter M. and Mildred J. Galanti Award: Income from endowment for an award given annually to a deserving student in business administration.

Elizabeth Holmes Outstanding Athlete Award: Income from endowment for two awards presented annually to outstanding athletes, one male and one female, who possess good academic averages and exemplify the character, sportsmanship, and distinguished qualities URI desires in its athletes. Recipients selected from recommendations made by coaches, with final selection made by the Holmes family.

Joseph Waite Ince Prize in Chemistry: Income from endowment for a prize awarded annually to the most accomplished and promising chemistry student.

David Ketner Memorial Prize: Income from endowment for prize(s) to art students established in the memory of David D. Ketner, former URI professor of art.

Dr. Nicholas Locascio Prizes in Italian: Income from endowment for prizes in Italian. Recipient selected by the Italian section of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures.

*Peter Merenda Prize for Excellence in Statistics and Research Methodology: $1,500 to a finishing Ph.D. student in the Department of Psychology for excellent academic performance.

William D. and Clarice Metz Scholarship: Income from endowment for an award given annually to a graduating senior for excellence in history.

*L. Douglas Nolan ’52 Academic Achievement Award in Science: Income from endowment for awards given annually to worthy graduate students who excel in one of the natural, physical, biological, agricultural, oceanographic, veterinary, or medical sciences. Selection made by the dean of the Graduate School.

*William C. Potter Prizes in Chemistry: Income from endowment for an award given annually to Ph.D. students in pharmacy on the basis of academic achievement in chemistry.

Rhode Island Association of Advertising Agencies Award: Income from endowment for an award to outstanding advertising and/or marketing students in the College of Business Administration.

Rhode Island Nurserymen’s Association Award: $150 awarded annually to a student in an advanced course in landscape design who attains the highest score in competitive examination in plant identification. Award presented at the association’s annual spring meeting. Selection made by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Rhode Island Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association Award: $1,000 awarded annually in honor of the association’s former president, Harry L. Gardner, to a senior accepted by an accredited medical school. Based on need. Apply to chairperson of the Premedical Advisory Committee.

Italo and Mary Ronzio Award: Income from endowment for an award in Italian language studies.

Dr. Grace B. Sherrer Honors Awards: Income from endowment for prizes awarded annually to outstanding undergraduates enrolled in the Honors Program.

Leonard Eckerman Smith Memorial Award in Public Speaking: Income from endowment awarded to students at the University with a major interest in public speaking, based on excellence in public speaking.

Gertrude Spencer Award: Income from endowment for annual awards to English majors who demonstrate excellent command of the English language as shown by either fictional or non-fictional written work. This award is based on merit alone.

A. Ralph Thompson Award in Chemical Engineering: Income from endowment for an annual award to the student in chemical engineering who demonstrates the greatest increase in grade point average from the end of the freshman year to the end of the junior year.

*Richard Dawson Wood Memorial Award for Excellence in Biological Sciences: Income from endowment awarded on the basis of scholarship, character, academic integrity, and intellectual enthusiasm to a senior entering graduate studies in biological sciences. In addition, an independent research paper on a project previously discussed with a faculty member in biological sciences must be submitted by April 30 of the senior year.

Dr. Barbara Allen Woods Memorial Award for Excellence in German Studies: Students selected by faculty members in the German section of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures.


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