Estimated annual campus deadline: Late April
Awarded to an upper-division student, preferably a graduating senior in the social sciences, involved as a volunteer in community and/or campus-related activities who has written a course-related paper which applies learning theories to real-world contemporary issues.
Established by UCSB alumni, Louise and Stephen Pahl, the "Making a Difference" Award will be given at commencement to honor an upper-division student, preferably a graduating senior in the social sciences, who is involved as a volunteer in community and/or campus-related activities, and who has written a course-related paper which applies learning theories to real-world contemporary issues.
NOTE: This is a UCSB-run award.
Expanded Scholarship Details:
The Louise A. and Stephen D. Pahl “Making a Difference” Award was established to honor an upper- division undergraduate in the Division of Social Sciences, who has written a course-related paper which applies learning, theories, or principles to real world contemporary issues, recommending systematic changes, social/political action, or other significant catalysts for improvement in society in general or for a specific local community. The award consists of a monetary prize and commemorative certificate.
- Must be an undergraduate student in the College of Letters and Science with a major that falls within the Division of Social Sciences (Anthropology, Asian American Studies, Black Studies, Chicana & Chicano Studies, Communication, Economics, Feminist Studies, Global Studies, Political Science, Sociology)
- Must be enrolled as a full-time student with upper-division class standing: preference will be given to graduating seniors
- The recipient must also be involved as a volunteer in the community and/or University related activities
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., April 28, 2017
The following are due attached to an email to email@example.com as Word documents or PDFs by the above deadline:
- A paper written for a course within the Division of Social Sciences that applies the topical information described above. The paper will be a major focus of the selection process, and will be evaluated for content as well as writing quality (clarity, cohesion, grammar, punctuation, completeness, etc.). The paper should include a cover page consisting of the applicant’s name, the paper’s title, the course title for which the paper was written, and the name of the course instructor.
- A résumé that includes local mailing and email addresses and lists all voluntary activities both on and off campus
When submitting materials, please put "Pahl Award Submission" in the subject line of the email.