Hayden-Waltz Doctoral Dissertation Award
Established by College of Education alumni Dr. Melvin Hayden and Dr. Lucy Welzant Hayden to honor their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Waldo Hayden, Sr. and Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Millart Waltz. This $1,000 award is presented to a doctoral student or graduate whose dissertation exhibits originality, clarity and effectiveness in the presentation of ideas, quality writing and contributes to the future scholarly productivity of his or her field.
Dissertation Title: Redefining the Schoolteacher: Learning from Effective Teachers Working in Urban High-Need Schools
College of Education Alumni Scholarship
Presented to students enrolled in a graduate program who demonstrate a pattern of scholarship and commitment of service to the university, community and profession. Each recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Asa G. Hilliard III Memorial Scholarship
Given to a graduate student in recognition of leadership, scholarship and activities in urban education settings and demonstrated promise to continue improving the educational context and/or student development and learning in these settings. The recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Felicia and Rodney Mayfield Scholarship
Established by Felicia and Rodney Mayfield, this $1,000 scholarship is given to a deserving undergraduate student.