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  • Vincent and Elizabeth Buttaci Oxford Scholarship

    The fund provides one or more scholarship(s) to students who are participating in the Oxford Summer Law Program (or successor program) within the Michael E. Moritz College of Law (“College”). Preference shall be given to candidates who demonstrate financial need. It is the Donor’s desire to provide as significant financial support as possible to one eligible recipient. Any remaining balance shall be used to provide as significant financial support as possible to additional eligible recipients.

  • Moritz Oxford Scholarship Fund

    Support students who participate in the Oxford Student Abroad program at the Michael E. Moritz College of Law.

  • Vincent N. Buttaci Fund for Professional Development

    Supports professional development wellness programming at the College of Law.

  • The Elizabeth Dancey Scholarship Fund

    Established April 3, 1996, by family and friends in her memory. The annual income shall be awarded to an incoming student in the School of Music who has demonstrated promising vocal ability and academic achievement and who has chosen a major in voice. Following an audition, scholarshiprecipients shall be selected by the Director of the School of Music in consultation with the voice faculty and the University Committee on Student Financial Aid. The scholarship shall be awarded annually and is not renewable. If there are no candidates in any given year, the earnings are to be added to the principal.

  • Professor Vincent T. Ricca Engineering Scholarship Fund

    Established September 2, 2016, with gifts from Dr. Roy Koch (BS 1972, MS 1973); used to provide OSC scholarships. First-time recipients must be undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering and be participating in the civil engineering program with a focus on water resources and environmental engineering or the environmental engineering program. Candidates must have a minimum 3.2 grade point average and demonstrate financial need. It is the donor's desire, that the scholarships be awarded with particular attention to, but not limited to, minority and/or female students to help diversify the College's student body and ultimately the engineering profession. It is the donor's intent to provide significant support to fewer students.

  • Dr. Rene M. Lawson & Mr. Vincent L. Redman Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Supports one full-time, undergraduate, sophomore attending the Columbus Campus, who is enrolled in Education and Human Ecology, has a minimum 2.83 GPA and graduated from a private or public high school in Pickaway or Scioto Counties, Ohio. The purpose of this pending endowment is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to formal approval, the pending endowment may be converted to a current-use fund.

  • The George W. Hendrix and Elizabeth L. Hendrix Electrical Engineering Scholarship Fund

    Established February 29, 1996, through The Foundation, by Elizabeth and the estate of Mr. Hendrix, in memory of their parents, J. Clifford and Lou Etta Hendrix and Herman D. and Zilah Kays Lowe. Income provides renewable scholarships for undergraduate el ectrical engineering majors.

  • George W. Hendrix and Elizabeth L. Hendrix Mechanical Engineering Scholarship Fund

    Established February 29, 1996, through The Foundation, by Elizabeth and the estate of Mr. Hendrix, in memory of their parents, J. Clifford and Lou Etta Hendrix and Herman D. and Zilah Kays Lowe. Income provides renewable scholarships for undergraduate me chanical engineering majors.

  • Elizabeth Williams Kastner Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established August 19, 2021, with gifts from Paul V. Kastner; used to provides one or more scholarship(s) to students who are from the state of Ohio, enrolled in the College of Education and Human Ecology, and studying fashion and retail studies. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students who are from the state of Ohio and are enrolled in the college.

  • Catherine Elizabeth Woods Dance Scholarship Fund

    Established June 1, 2007 with gifts in Catherine’s memory from friends and family; used to provide scholarship support to an outstanding undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the College of the Arts, Department of Dance, majoring in dance with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer.

  • The Elizabeth Kiss Amstutz Scholarship Fund

    Established February 5, 1982, by Daniel G. Amstutz. Income provides scholarships for talented undergraduates/graduates.

  • Dr. Elizabeth Wagner Scholarship Fund

    Established July 11, 2003 by her family through The Foundation. Income provides scholarships in the Department of Plant Biology with preference to undergraduate women.

  • Elizabeth Moffatt Williams Fund

    Established June 7, 2013, with gifts from Gerald R. and Elizabeth M. Williams; used to provide scholarship support to students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Ecology who served or are serving in the military, are military/veteran spouses, or are children of veterans who demonstrate academic ability and financial need with first priority given to disable veterans.

  • The John J. and Elizabeth O'Neill Scholarship Fund

    Established September 2, 1971, by the O'Neills. Income provides need-based scholarships for academically able undergraduates/ graduates at the Newark campus.

  • The George W. Hendrix and Elizabeth L. Hendrix College of Humanities Scholarship Fund

    Established February 29, 1996, through The Foundation, by Mrs. Hendrix and Mr. Hendrix's estate in memory of their parents, J. Clifford and Lou Etta Hendrix and Herman D. and Zilah Kays Lowe. Income provides undergraduate merit scholarships.

  • Sarah Elizabeth Lockwood Mohl Endowed Scholarship Fund in Medicine

    Established January 30, 2014, with support from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in memory of Sarah E. Lockwood Mohl; used to provide scholarships to medical students in the College of Medicine who exemplify leadership achievements in academics and athletics. Recipients should have a MCAT score of 34+ or GPA score of 3.5+ as well as participation in high school or collegiate varsity team sports, preferred but not limited to, men's baseball or women's tennis, softball, and soccer.

  • Elizabeth C. Sawtell Fund for Natural Resources

    Established April 2, 1971, by Elizabeth Sawtell. Income and principal, if needed, provide a scholarship in the School of Natural Resources.

  • Elizabeth A. Salt Anthropology Travel Award Fund

    Established June 24, 2011 with a gift from Elizabeth A. Salt; used to provide financial assistance for travel to support field work and research for a graduate student who is majoring in Anthropology.

  • The Elizabeth D. Gee Research on Women Endowed Fund

    Established November 6, 1992 with gifts from friends and admirers of Elizabeth Gee; used by the Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences to provide research grants to faculty and graduate students conducting research on women, gender, and gender equity. Revised August 29, 2001 and November 9, 2012.

  • Elizabeth and George Condos Cancer Research Fund

    Established November 6, 2015, with gifts from Elizabeth Ann Condos (MA 1986) of Powell, Ohio given in memory of her husband, George Condos, and with additional gifts from family, friends and colleagues; used by the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, including the Comprehensive Cancer Center, to support collaborative efforts in cancer treatment, therapies and research; in patient care and outreach; and in medical education and training to help eradicate cancer and improve cancer patient outcomes.

  • The Barbara Young Sipp, Elizabeth Sipp Eastwood and Molly M. Sipp Endowed Nursing Scholarship Fund

    Established April 1, 2005 with a gift from Barbara Young Sipp and James F. Sipp; used to provide merit- or financial need-based scholarships to graduate students enrolled in the College of Nursing who are pursuing a master�s degree.

  • Elizabeth M. Ross Cardiovascular Nursing Education and Leadership Fund

    Established January 29, 2016, with a gift from the estate of Elizabeth �Libby� McKeever Ross; used for educational advancement, leadership training and career development opportunities for nurses at the Ross Heart Hospital.

  • The Edgar and Elizabeth K. Dale Endowment Fund for Excellence in Education

    Established August 30, 2000, by Elizabeth K. Dale, Dorothy Sherwood, and Richard Dale in honor of Edgar Dale who made the endowment possible with a 1978 gift. Income enhances the College's work in support of public schools and urban education.

  • The Elizabeth Gee Fund for Cancer Survivorship at The Ohio State University James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

    Source of funds will be donations used to support the survivorship program at the James Cancer Hospital and the Survivorship Center

  • Christine Elizabeth Stump Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund

    For medical research by Dr. Saab (or successor) on pancreatic cancer at The James to eradicate the disease and improve patient outcomes and treatments; use for, but not limited to: supplies, equipment, personnel, lab space, fellowship awards, cost of trav

  • The Elizabeth D. Gee Fund for Research On Women

    Provides support for research on women and gender issues.

  • Sarah Elizabeth Lockwood Mohl Cancer Research Fund

    To support cancer research and other initiatives at The James/CCC for work of Dr. John Byrd (or successor) to include but not limited to: development and testing of innovative and novel therapies including basic and translational research; allocation in consultation with chief executive officer of The James.

  • The Harley C. and Elizabeth K. Lee Endowment Fund

    Established September 2, 1992, from his estate. Income provides general support to materials science and engineering.

  • Elizabeth Williams Kastner Endowed Experience Fund

    Established August 19, 2021, with gifts from Paul V. Kastner; used to provides support to students who are from the state of Ohio, enrolled in the College of Education and Human Ecology, and studying fashion and retail to travel and attend the annual National Retail Federation Conference in New York City or its successor. If no students are attending the conference, the annual distribution shall provide support for students who are from the state of Ohio, enrolled in the college, and studying fashion and retail to participate in professional development/extracurricular activities and/or study abroad programs related to fashion and retail studies.

  • The Dennis Welch and Elizabeth Monahan Fund for Colorectal Cancer Research

    To be used by University to support research on the prevention and treatment of colorectal cancer, including purchases of technology, undertaken by Dr. R. Goldberg (or successor) at The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute

  • Dennis E. Welch and Elizabeth Monahan Family Heart and Vascular Research Fund

    Supports heart and vascular research at the Dorothy M. Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute (DHLRI) undertaken by Dr. Subha Raman (or successor). Expenses may include equipment, supplies, conference or training opportunities, technology, lab space, personnel salaries and benefits, fellow or student research awards or other activities required for quality medical research.

  • The Chauncey D. Leake and Elizabeth W. Leake Alternate Year Lecture/Student Essay Award Fund

    Established November 3, 1978, with their bequests. Eighty percent of income provides an award in their name. One year, the award is based on a lecture relating to the humanities in the health professions and the alternate year, it is based on a student e ssay relating to the same subject. Remaining income is reinvested to principal.

  • Elizabeth Menaghan Award

    Income to be used to award sociology graduate student(s) for recognition of their outstanding paper in the field of marriage and family.

  • Stadium Scholarship Dormitory Scholarship Fund

    Established July 7, 1972, by students, alumni and friends of the Stadium Scholarship Dormitory. Income provides scholarships, loans or awards.

  • Elizabeth Gee Distinguished Lecture in Ethics

    Provide honoraria for speakers and to cover expenses for this annual lecture

  • The Florence Nightingale Scholarship Fund

    The Florence Nightingale Scholarship Fund will be used to assist nursing students with need-based scholarships.

  • Rosalind Pierson Scholarship Fund

    Established July 7, 2006, anonymously in her memory through The Foundation. distribution from this fund shall provide merit-based scholarships for undergraduate or graduate students majoring in dance. Scholarship recipients will be selected by the Department of Dance Scholarship Committee in consultation with the Office of Student Financial Aid with approval from the chairperson of the Department of Dance. In any given year that the endowment distribution is not fully expended, the unused portion should be reinvested in the endowment principal.

  • Hollywood Casino Scholarship Fund

    The fund provides one or more scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who are majoring or minoring in hospitality management and are currently or have previously worked in the casino industry. Second preference shall be given to undergraduate or graduate students who are majoring or minoring in hospitality management. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students studying in the College of Education and Human Ecology, Department of Human Sciences. It is the Donor’s desire that $10,000 be awarded annually.

  • Entomology Undergraduate Scholarship Fund

    Provides one or more scholarships to undergraduate students who are majoring in entomology with preference given to candidates who demonstrate financial need. Additional preference will be given to students who add diversity to the Department of Entomology and/or who actively contribute to nurturing a more diverse and inclusive community within the Department. It is the Group’s desire to provide as significant financial support as possible, up to the cost of full in-state tuition and fees, to one eligible recipient. Any remaining distribution shall be used to provide as significant financial support as possible to additional eligible recipients. Scholarships are renewable as long as the recipients are in good standing with the University, meet the selection criteria and funding is available. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students studying in the Department. If the unspent gifted balance of the Fund reaches the required endowment funding level of $100,000 at any time on or before February 28, 2027, the Fund shall be converted to an endowed fund and the annual distribution shall be used for the same purpose.

  • AMETEK Scholarship Fund

    The fund will be used to provide five $2,500 scholarships per year, 3 College of Engineering students and 2 College of Business students. To be on the list of eligible candidates, students must: be enrolled in the College; ranked as sophomores or juniors as of fall 2016; have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA); be participating in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program specializing in electrical engineering; and have the right to work in the United States. Preference shall be given to candidates who are members of one or more of the following organizations: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Women in Engineering, Society of Women Engineers, Minority Engineering Program; have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA; and demonstrate financial need. Scholarship recipients shall be selected by the manager of the College’s Scholarship Program, in consultation with the College’s senior director of Diversity, Outreach and Inclusion and Student Financial Aid. It is the Donor’s desire that the scholarships be awarded with particular attention to, but not limited to, United States citizens or residents especially females and under-represented minority students. Scholarships are renewable for a second year as long as the recipients are in good standing with the University.

  • Pittsburgh Alumni Scholarship Fund

    To Provide One or More Scholarships to Students from the Pittsburgh Area under the Alumni Club Scholarship Program

  • The Hanson Family Scholarship Fund

    Provides one or more scholarships to graduate students who are enrolled in the College of Public Health and are majoring in health care administration. The purpose of this pending endowment is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to formal approval, the pending endowment may be converted to a current-use fund.

  • Donald Chakeres Scholarship Fund

    Provides scholarships to students who are majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) fields and demonstrate financial need. The purpose of this pending endowment is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to formal approval, the pending endowment may be converted to a current-use fund.

  • The Victor Yin Scholarship Fund

    Established August 19, 2021, with gifts from Victor Hao-En Yin (MS 1996); used to provide one or more scholarship(s) to first-generation students who are enrolled in the College of Engineering and are studying in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Candidates must demonstrate financial need and have a minimum 3.0 grade point average. It is the desire of the donor to provide significant financial support to two scholarship recipients, rather than provide smaller scholarships to several recipients. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students who are enrolled in the college and are studying in the department.

  • Mittal Scholarship Fund

    Established August 19, 2021, with gifts from Dr. Samir Mittal (PhD 1999) and Ms. Shraddha Agrawal; used to support graduate students who are enrolled in the College of Engineering, majoring in mechanical engineering, and are members of the Women in Engineering program (or successor program). If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all graduate students who are enrolled in the college and are majoring in mechanical engineering. It is the intent of the donors to provide significant financial support to the scholarship recipients, rather than provide smaller scholarships to several recipients.

  • Triangle, NC Scholarship Fund

    Scholarships are awarded to entering first year students who have graduated from a Triangle NC area high school. Students are recommended by the Triangle NC alumni club through the Alumni Scholars Program process. Currently enrolled Ohio State undergraduates who are previous club scholarship awardees, may be awarded again.

  • Herbert Osborn Scholarship Fund

    Established June 23, 1955, with a bequest from Professor Herbert Osborn; used to promote scholarship in the field of entomology and is to be used to support scholarships, graduate student participation at scientific meetings, purchase of books or in any manner as may be deemed most useful in any given period. Revised November 4, 2016.

  • CESO Scholarship Fund

    Fund provides one or more scholarships to full-time undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Engineering majoring in Civil Engineering. Candidates must be ranked as 3rd or 4th year students and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Preference shall be given to students who have financial need and are interested in co-op or internships. It is the donors desire to provide as much financial support to one eligible recipient. Any remaining distribution shall be used to provide significant support additional recipients.

  • The Stadium Cake Scholarship Fund

    Established November 5, 2004, by the Stadium Cake Crew, friends, family, colleagues, community sponsors, Buckeye football fans and rival fans through The Foundation. Distribution supports non-renewable need-based scholarships of equal amounts to current ly enrolled Columbus campus students with a 2.8 GPA or higher who are not receiving a renewable merit scholarship.

  • Benfield Scholarship Endowment Fund

    Established November 19, 2020, with gifts from Dr. David A. Benfield and Melnee B. Benfield; used to provide one or more scholarships to undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences attending any University campus. Candidates must be at ranked as a sophomore or higher and participating or planning to participate in a research project on the college�s Wooster campus. Preference shall be given to recipients with a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average. Further preference shall be given to recipients assigned to research projects that are likely to produce publishable results. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students ranked sophomore or higher who are enrolled in the college.

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