Fran Frazier Scholarship Essay

Margaret Aitken Scholarship

This scholarship honors Margaret Aitken, who taught at Western for 38 years and was the Physical Education Department chair from 1964 to 1980. The scholarship varies in the number and amount of awards given from year to year.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Pursuing a degree in P-12 Physical Education or Kinesiology.
  2. 3.0 GPA or better.
  3. Teaching experience in P-12 Physical Education.
  4. Three letters of recommendation (one of which should be a department faculty member), plus an official transcript.
  5. Application requires written statements about professional experience and future goals.
  6. The scholarship generally and preferably will be awarded to a student for the academic year. Summer school applicants may be considered.

The criteria may be changed upon receipt of written instruction from the donor with approval by The Western Foundation.

Evelyn Ames Community Health Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by Dr. Evelyn Ames, a faculty member in the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation at Western Washington University from 1964-2003. Dr. Ames single-handedly developed, implemented and coordinated a high quality undergraduate program in Community Health Education that over the years produced a well-respected group of health professionals.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. A declared Community Health major.
  2. Submit a current resume including service learning experience in Health Education and a statement of professional career goals in Community Health.
  3. Be enrolled in senior Community Health major courses at the start of fall quarter.
  4. Have a GPA of 3.2 or higher established at Western Washington University.

The criteria may be changed upon receipt of written instruction from the donor with approval by The Western Foundation.

Chappelle Arnett Scholarship

This scholarship honors Chappelle Arnett, who taught at Western for 30 years and was Department Chair from 1980 to 1988. Dr. Arnett made significant contributions to physical education at the elementary level and was responsible for initiating the development of the department’s kinesiology curriculum.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. This scholarship is for undergraduates pursuing a degree in Kinesiology, or P-12 Physical Education.
  2. Demonstrated service to the university or community.

The criteria may be changed upon receipt of written instruction from the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation and with written approval from The Western Foundation.

Willis Ball Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors Willis L. Ball, class of 1956, the first African American to graduate from Western Washington University in 1956.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Scholarship shall be awarded to a student majoring in Physical Education, Community Health or Recreation.
  2. Recipient must be from and underrepresented racial or ethnic minority.
  3. Recipient must demonstrate financial need.
  4. Recipient must demonstrate academic promise and community service.

This scholarship is privately funded, with award amount varies from year to year. The criteria may be changed by the Board of Directors of The Western Foundation.

Jean Crowell Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors Jean Crowell. The Crowell family, having been a part of the medical community in Whatcom County, wished to offer scholarships through Western Washington University.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Scholarships will be awarded annually to outstanding students majoring in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy.
  2. Students must be full-time students.
  3. Demonstrate significant financial need.

Each scholarship award distribution shall be a minimum of $1,000. The criteria may be changed upon receipt of written instruction of the donor and with approval by The Western Foundation.

Williams P.E. Scholarship

This scholarship honors Dr. Lloyd Williams who received two Bachelors of Art degrees from Western in the late 40s. He was both a teacher and coach for 28 years in Washington State. Scholarships are for students in the department who intend to teach at the elementary or secondary level.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

Applicants shall be Washington residents. Applicants shall be given preference in the following order:

  1. Graduates from Arlington, Marysville, Snohomish Washington public high schools

The following criteria for award are to be considered in the following order of priority:

  1. Physical Education majors with a stated intention to teach at the elementary or secondary level.
  2. Financial need as determined by the selection committee.
  3. Applicants who have voluntarily participated in community service, youth, or political activities.
  4. Academic performance as determined by grade point average.

Birrell Dinnetz Physical Education Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by Birrell Dinnetz, an individual recognized as an outstanding physical education teacher as well as a coach. Following graduation from the University of Washington in 1946, she taught for four years in the middle schools in Mukilteo; from there she moved to Everett schools and taught at Everett and Cascade High Schools for 28 years.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Declared P-12 Physical Education major within the PEHR Department.
  2. Submit an essay describing their community service involving children and how it has prepared them for a career in teaching Physical Education.
  3. Recipient of this scholarship is to be chosen by the Dean and his or her designee.

Departmental Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship – 1, 2, or 3 awards

This scholarship is funded by Western Washington University through the Western Washington University Foundation (contingent on funding).

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Declared major in Community Health, P-12 Physical Education, Recreation, or Kinesiology in the fall term of the year in which they receive the award. At the time of application the student must be a major or a pre-major in the PEHR department.
  2. Essay demonstrating participation in university and/or community/school major-related programs and activities.

Roy and Margaret Clumpner Annual Scholarship

This scholarship is funded annually by Roy and Margaret Clumpner. Roy Clumpner served as a faculty at Western Washington University in the Physical Education, Health, and Recreation Department as a Faculty Member in Physical Education Program.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Written statement of financial need with supporting documentation.
  2. First generation college student.
  3. Minimum GPA as required by program.

Priority:

  1. Physical Education Majors with the intention to teach at the elementary or secondary levels.
  2. Admission to Woodring College of Education.
  3. Kinesiology Majors.

If all criteria are not met, on award will not be made and the award money will carry forward to the next fiscal year.

Ralph Vernacchia Sport Psychology Scholarship

This scholarship is funded annually by Ralph and Carolyn Vernacchia. Ralph Vernacchia served as a faculty at Western Washington University in the Physical Education, Health, and Recreation Department as a faculty member in Sport Psychology/Kinesiology.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

A $1,000 a year scholarship will be given to a student who fits the following criteria:

  1. Declared Sport Psychology major.
  2. Minimum junior status at time of application.
  3. 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  4. Completion of KIN 320 (Sport Psychology) with a grade of B or better.
  5. Currently a member of a WWU Intercollegiate Athletic Team.
  6. Three Letters of Recommendation.

Should there be no students who fit the criteria, the scholarship award will carry forward to the following year.

Double-Eagle III Scholarship

The Double-Eagle III Scholarship was made possible by the generosity of Captain Margit Loser and Captain Frances Frazier. The Double-Eagle III Scholarship will be awarded to the student who has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and potential through professional experience, or volunteer activities in the service of others. Preference will be given to Recreation Majors.

Eligibility & Criteria includes:

  1. Student majoring in the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation, with preference to students whose emphasis is on Recreation.
  2. Demonstration of leadership qualities through professional experiences, or volunteer activity in the service of others.
  3. Recipients must be U.S. citizens.

The scholarship is to be awarded by the Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation or his/her designee.

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