Congratulations! Selmer Birkelo Scholarship for 2009-2010 awarded to two Spanish Studies majors


We would like to extend our warm congratulations to two of our department’s undergraduate students who were awarded the Selmer Birkelo Scholarship for 2009-2010. These students are Chelsey Rosetter (Spanish Studies major) and Elizabeth Troolin (Spanish Studies and Political Science double major). They were two of only fourteen students in CLA to receive this award! !Enhorabuena!

To be considered for a Birkelo Scholarship, students must be majoring in fields relating to history, modern languages, classics, or the social and behavioral sciences and must be nominated to the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs by their major department. For the 2009-10 academic year Birkelo Scholarship recipients will receive up to $4,000, depending on financial need.
The Selmer Birkelo Scholarships provide one year of scholarship support for approximately 14 outstanding CLA students majoring in fields relating to history, modern languages, classics, or the social and behavioral sciences.

To be considered for Birkelo Scholarship students must intend to pursue a degree from the College of Liberal Arts and may not be enrolled in any other college. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, with particular attention paid to depth of study in the major, general breadth of coursework, and clarity of academic purpose. For more information on CLA scholarship available to undergraduates, click here.


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