Named for Alexander Meiklejohn, founder of the University of Wisconsin Experimental College (1927-1932), the forerunner to the ILS Program, this prize is intended to help support an ILS student in a university-sponsored or an independent program of education-centered travel or study abroad, taking place during the summer or academic year (or in the US if the destination is remote from the student’s home or the campus).
Named for Professor Robert Pooley, the first chair of the Integrated Liberal Studies program (1948), this prize is:
Eligibility: Open to all students who are enrolled in the ILS certificate, in the process of completing, have completed or are about to complete the ILS certificate program this year.
Named for Ruth Knatz Gross Wisnewsky and given by her husband, Edward Wisnewsky, this prize will be given only to a truly outstanding student who:
The winner will present a talk in a symposium at ILS entitled “The Promise of the Humanities.”
Scholarship Application Form
Applications Due: Friday, March 31st 2017