School of Health and Human Sciences Scholarships/Fellowships/Program Awards
Awards and Scholarships for the Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation
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Scholarships Available to EITHER Graduate or Undergraduate Students
- Grace Blackmore Deely Scholarship
The Grace Blackmore Deely '54 Scholarship in Community and Therapeutic Recreation was established in 2016 to support undergraduate and graduate students who are performing at a high level academically within the department and throughout his or her studies.
Eligible: Graduate and undergraduate students in Community and Therapeutic Recreation with an interest in any aspect of the discipline.
- The Dorothy Davis Scholarship
This award was initially established as the Recreation Society Scholarship Award in 1978. It was renamed to honor Dorothy Davis, a long time faculty member in the Department of Physical Education.
Eligible: Juniors in the Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation are eligible, based on academic excellence.
- The Christopher C. Harvey Memorial Scholarship
The Christopher C. Harvey Memorial Scholarship was established in 2012 by Barbara Zwadyk in memory of her son Christopher Harvey, with help from family and friends.
Eligible: This award will assist an undergraduate Community and Therapeutic Recreation student with an above average GPA who is studying some facet of parks and recreation management.
- The RTH Susan Stout Undergraduate Scholarship
Susan C. Stout graduated from the Woman's College (now UNCG) with a B.S. in Physical Education in 1958. The Susan Stout Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 to assist students majoring in Physical Education.
Eligible: With its growth, the fund now supports six undergraduate and five graduate students in 4 departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences.
- Silvio and Gale Bedini Professional Development Fund
This award was established by Leandra Bedini and Peter Bedini in 2013 in honor of their parents, Silvio and Gale Bedini.
Eligible: The award will support the professional development of graduate students in the Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation.