7 Results found for "school music"
Established December 4, 1944, by Mrs. Helen DeSelm, in memory of her son who was killed in action at the Italian front. Income provides a fellowship in the School of Music.
Established September 5, 1986, by Mr. Haddad, professor in the School of Music. Income is awarded to outstanding undergraduates/graduates in music with piano as their major instrument. Recipients will be selected by the established procedures within the School of Music, with final approval by the Director of the School of Music and the Dean of the College of The Arts in cooperation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid.
Provide Scholarship Support Given at Discretion of School of Music Scholarship Committee. Preference to Horn Students
Established January 12, 1942, by the General Electric Company as a result of competition by music students from ten universities. Income provides scholarships for the School of Music.
Supports emerging priorities in the areas of students, faculty, and activity of the Music Education program. Expenditures at the discretion of the director of the School of Music or his/her designee.
Established September 4, 1981, by Mr. Gene P. Dragonette. Income assists talented undergraduates in the School of Music. Recipients will be determined by the established procedures within the School of Music, with approval by the Director of the School of Music, who will also approve requisitions for payment.
Established March 11, 1965, with her bequest. Income provides scholarships for students in the School of Music who plan to teach music in public schools, with preference to students with ability, character and need. The awards are to be made by the University Scholarship and Loan Committee on recommendation of the School of Music of said University.
5872 Results found for "school of music"