The Muriel and Irene Goldman Scholarship was established in 1998 with a gift from David W. Goldman and Irene Goldman-Price. Irene Goldman-Price (then Irene Goldman) was deeply involved with women's studies and the Women's and Gender Studies Program during her years as a faculty member at Ball State University (1986-1997). She also served as the director of the program from 1991-1994. The scholarship was established by Goldman-Price and her father in order to continue her commitment to students in women’s studies and as a loving memorial to Muriel Goldman, a talented, generous, and loving woman who believed in education for women as well as men.
The first Muriel and Irene Goldman Scholarship was awarded for the 2000–2001 academic year. Each year, the recipient name(s) are engraved on a perpetual plaque displayed in the Women's and Gender Studies Program office. Past Scholarship Recipients 2000 Carrie Lydon 2001 Peg Lewman 2002 Lori Sammons and Kara Youngs 2003 Andrea Prestinario 2004 Kristin Stout 2005 Andrea Scamihorn 2006 Lauren Eison 2007 Manda Ostoich 2008 Maria Rocio Borreguero Bolanos 2008 Shauna Larson 2008 Lauren McNichols 2009 Cecilia Peralta Scholarship Guidelines Applicants must:
Applications are usually accepted from March through April. Check back at that time to download an application.
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