Student Awards: Mary's Scholarship for Homelessness Awareness and Advocacy

This scholarship, established in 2012, recognizes a graduate or undergraduate student in the college who demonstrates an interest in homelessness by participating in a service project and/or academic research work approved by the college.

The recipients of the award will receive a stipend, funded by a generous donation from Mary L. Bauer, MA '90, foreign languages, to assist with the student's educational expenses. It will be rewarded at the college's annual Celebration of Scholarship.

For more information on the application process and service project requirements, please contact the college's undergraduate academic affairs office.

All Awardees


  • Jaskiran Kaur, Psychology
  • Makiyyah Wilson, Human Development and Family Science


  • Ruthann Clay, History


  • Kathryn Thompson, Anthropology


  • Yara El Mowafy, Global Affairs
  • Yemesrach Mehari, Integrative Studies