Dulin Service Scholarship
Carrie J. Dulin, an Honors alumna from 1993-1997, was a member of the Tuition Raffle Committee, served as its chair, and was very active in both the Honors College and the Honors Student Association. After graduating, Ms. Dulin joined the Peace Corps in Armenia and unexpectedly died before beginning her job with Medicines Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) as a project manager in Nigeria.
This Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Ms. Dulin and provide financial support for two students who are following in the footsteps of this dedicated alumna. In addition to their demonstrated academic achievement, applicants should be civically engaged citizens who foster social change and community cohesion through their service to the community.
Applications will be sent to eligible Honors students in January. Applications are also available on the University Honors College blackboard community site and can be picked up in the honors office (024 Founders). Please check the eligibility requirements before applying. Also, please be sure to request your transcript from Registration & Records well in advance of the deadline.