Awards & Scholarships Committee

2022-2025: (6 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department, Term Ends)

  1. Miller, Benjamin, English (2023)
  2. Stelmach, Ewa, Mathematics & Computer Science (2023)
  3. Atkins, Stephen, Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (2024)
  4. Fulton, Ari, Speech Communications -- secretary (2024)
  5. Brannan, Ryan, Academy Advisemnet (2025)
  6. Keogh, Timothy, Chemistry -- chair (2025)


  • Mark ZelcerSocial Sciences, Steering Committee Designee
  • Lukas, Veronica, Student Financial Services, President's Liaison

During Spring 2022 the committee will hold a virtual meeting on May 12th, 2022.



Bylaws Charges

Section 12. The Committee on Awards and Scholarships

The Committee on Awards and Scholarships shall consist of six (6) members of the instructional staff and one (1) student.

The Committee on Awards and Scholarships shall:

  1. Evaluate and recommend to the Academic Senate criteria and selection procedures for recipients of awards and scholarships.

  2. Select and recommend to the Academic Senate recipients for College-wide awards and scholarships for all currently enrolled students and mid-year graduates.
  3. Assist the Office of Financial Services and Scholarships in awarding the College-wide scholarships.

  4. Receive data on all awards and scholarships granted in the College and report the data to the Academic Senate.

Steering Committee Suggested Goals/Committee Goals

  • Facilitate Student participation in certain meetings, or parts of meetings, not to review nor vote on student scholarship applications, but to be aware of scholarship opportunities and committee process. A Committee Representation Preference Form will be sent to already-elected student senators during the first week of the semester, and to the remaining roster of senators culled from Club officers by the end of September. Students will be given link to your committee's webpage, so make sure the webpage has chair/secretary contact information on it, including meeting times where possible
  • Reach out to Steering Committee if you encounter any difficulties in coordinating with Marketing, OAA, Student Affairs in advertising Spring 23 and Fall 23 scholarships well in advance
  • Invite a Steering Committee representative to first meeting each semester to encourage full membership participation in reviewing applications

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