The Network Newsletter
  Fall 2003  
 

 

In this Issue:

Students Win Women Forum Scholarships

Career Corner
Networking for Women in Higher Education


Job Stress

Research Award Recipients Announced

Women's Forum to Establish Staff Awards

AAUW Fellowships and Grants

Students Win Women's Forum Scholarships

The USM Women's Forum had a tough job selecting just six recipients from approximately 100 students that applied for Women's Forum Scholarships this year. Many, despite significant hardships, had remarkable achievements, such as award recipient, Michele Snyder. Michele, a Business Administration major at the University of Baltimore, is a single mother of three children and works two jobs to support her family while maintaining a 3.8 GPA. She currently serves as Director of an emergency crisis center for women and children and hopes to use her degree to further her contributions to this field. Michele and her co-recipients (to follow) each received a $500 scholarship.

  • Emily Henson, University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Pharmacy, graduating May 2005

  • Erin O'Neill, Towson University, Master of Arts in Teaching, graduating May 2004

  • Beth Lynn Connolly-Dzidek, University of Maryland College Park, English, graduating May 2005

  • Abigail Aiyeopola, University of Maryland Baltimore Campus, Interdisciplinary & African Studies, graduating May 2004

  • Shauna Smith, Coppin State, Applied Psychology, graduating May 2004.

WF's scholarships are offered each spring. Check upcoming newsletters and the web site for updates.

 
 
USM Women's Forum: Enhancing the Status of Women in the
University System of Maryland

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