Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund
The Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund (formerly the Research and Creative Scholarship Fund) was created in the 2015-2016 Academic Year after your student government, ASUM, passed its $1.00/Semester “Research Fee” through a student referendum in spring of 2015. The Fund is composed of student-fee money, and annual contributions from Experiential Learning and Career Success, the Office for Research and Creative Scholarship, the Washington Corporation. Office of the Provost and Experiential Learning and Career Success. The ELSF supports students in participating in research, creative works, travel, internships, service, studying away or participating in professional development.
Learn more and apply for the Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund on the Experiential Learning and Career Success website.
Previously Funded Project Examples
- Jana Wiegand went to Brazil to study and report on the collapse of the Rio Doce Dam, bringing her one step closer to her Master's Degree in Journalism.
- Claire Voris, and MFA Student, rode on the Chief-Joseph Trail with the Nez Pierce tribe to gain authentic experience to complete her non-fiction novel, which she hopes to publish soon.
- Half a dozen students (including Carmen Luke and Kayla Duford) went to Gondor Ethiopia to engage in an Interdisciplinary Health Clinic as Pharmacists and Physical Therapists.
- An undergraduate student, Kenzie Lombardi, to complete her internship at the Democratic National Convention.