Scholarships

 

A 40-Year Library Career: Looking Back, Giving Forward

As the Library and Information Science Program celebrates its 50th anniversary, Nan Schubel, an alumna from its first graduating class, makes an estate gift to the Library and Information Science Program and creates the endowed Nan Kling Schubel Scholarship in Library Science.

New Scholarship for Students Learning Greek Language, Civilization, Culture

The James P. Sfarnas Hellenic Studies Scholarship supports students studying Greek language, civilization, and culture in the School of Anthropology in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences or in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics in the College of Humanities.

Gift to Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine Will Support Medical Training for Native Healers

A gift to the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine from Paul Stamets, an internationally known mycologist and advocate of the medical benefits of mushrooms, will provide funding to Indigenous and other medical practitioners for training in the Integrative Medicine Program.

Honoring A Life Lived In Love, Laughter: Joseph Smeeding Memorial Scholarship

A new endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to an Eller student enrolled in the master’s or doctoral program in economics. The scholarship honors the late Joe Smeeding ’15, who loved making people laugh so life could feel a little easier.

Once Wilbur, Always a Wildcat

Bill Waynick '91 shares his experience and long ties to the university as he once wore the Wilbur costume and met his wife Kelly '96 on a blind date at an Arizona basketball game. Waynick set up a scholarship to aid students who follow in his path as an Arizona mascot.

Charles Schwab Foundation Scholarship is a Big Boost for Financial Planning Program

UArizona is one of seven universities in the United States included in a $3.5 million endowed scholarship program created by the Charles Schwab Foundation to provide financial assistance and career opportunities to students from underrepresented communities.