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The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Maryland Promise Scholarship Fund was generously established by Mr. Robert R. Satterfield, '95. This endowed fund will support need-based scholarships with preference given to undergraduate students in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland under the auspices of The Clark Challenge for the Maryland Promise Program.
As part of The Clark Challenge for the Maryland Promise Program, your gift to this fund will be matched dollar for dollar by the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation and the University of Maryland. A donation of any amount automatically doubles your investment in the lives of future Terps. Make a donation today.
The Friends of African American Studies Fund was established in June 2005 in support of programming and operating initiatives for the Department of African American and Africana Studies.
Established in honor of Dean John Townshend together with support from the Dean's Fund, creates five new funding opportunities annually— scholarship support exclusively for our students—to help them Be the Solution to the world’s great challenges during their time at Maryland and beyond. A select group of these award recipients will be known as “Townshend Scholars” in recognition of Dean Townshend’s transformative impact on our College.
Formerly known as the Primannum Honor Society Fund, which support and provide scholarships for two national honor societies, Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma.
Formerly known as the BSOS Alumni Board Scholarship Fund, which provides financial support to qualified students in the College.
Supports the College’s I&E efforts including general operating support for programming, monetary awards for business plan competitions and other initiatives as approved by the dean.
Established in honor of the retirement of Dr. Kathy Beardsley because of her passionate commitment to student support and developing leaders, and the importance of student leadership groups. This fund will support student leadership initiatives and programs within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Provides an annual award to a BSOS undergraduate student. Once this fund reaches endowment level, all contributions made into this scholarship account shall be transferred into an endowment account.
Supports and will enhances the initiatives of the Center for the Study of Business Ethics, Regulation and Crime (C-BERC), to include support for lectures, student programs, research and faculty.
Provides scholarships to outstanding BSOS student leaders with a minimum GPA of 3.25.
Supports undergraduate student stipends for experiential learning opportunities, such as internships, study abroad, research or service learning, in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Makes possible the Sebastian Herbstein Memorial Scholarship fiction writing competition for undergraduate students who share Sebastian's passion for excellence in fiction writing and storytelling.
Supports curriculum development, a public lecture series and an undergraduate student research program under the auspices of the Kekst Family Endowed Research and Lecture Program in Civil Society.
Supports undergraduate students participating in the MLaw Programs in the in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Provides financial assistance to students in the College whose training and research interests address major social problems and issues of important public concern.
Supports support student stipends for experiential learning opportunities as approved by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences