Note: All Bucknell endowed scholarships are awarded to qualified individuals on the basis of documented financial need, as determined by the Office of Financial Aid. Awards from these funds shall be made in compliance with the University policy of nondiscrimination.

The Accenture Scholarship was established in 1996 by Accenture, a global leader in management and technology consulting. The award was created in recognition of the numbers of Bucknell University graduates enjoying successful careers at Accenture, and to demonstrate Accenture's ongoing support of the Bucknell student community. Preference for the scholarship shall be given to upperclass students (sophomores, juniors, or seniors) who have maintained a solid GPA while demonstrating active participation and leadership in campus activities.

The William D. Adams Presidential Scholarship was established in 2000 by Judy Plattman Denenberg, Class of 1957, and Byron A. Denenberg, Class of 1956, in honor of William "Bro" Adams, who served as Bucknell's 14th president from March 1995 to June 2000. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students whose ethnic, racial, economic, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The Guy A. Agati Memorial Scholarship was established by Norma Z. Agati to honor the memory of her husband. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Steven Ahmuty Scholarship was established in 2005 by Steven J. Ahmuty Jr., Class of 1975. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The George I. Alden Trust Scholarship was established through a distribution from the George I. Alden Trust. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and give preference to students who reside in Massachusetts or other New England States.

The Dr. Alexander Aleshouckas Allen, Class of 1922, and Joseph Aleshouckas Allen, Class of 1915, Scholarship for students of chemistry and chemical engineering was established by Patricia Allen Dreyfus, Doc's daughter and Joe's niece. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to residents of Luzerne, Schuylkill or Berks counties, Pa.

The Ezra Allen Scholarship was established by Ezra Allen, Class of 1895, to be awarded to a student who meets high academic standards, a preference to be shown for a student majoring in biology.

The Vivian B. Allen Foundation Scholarship Fund was created in 1969 to provide scholarship aid for students from foreign countries.

The American Baptist Men of Pennsylvania and Delaware Scholarship was established to assist needy and deserving students, with preference given to American Baptists.

The David James Ambuhl '80 Memorial Scholarship was established by his family and friends. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with the most pressing financial need, with preference for students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and without other restriction.

The Ted Ammon Scholarship was established by R. Theodore Ammon, Class of 1971. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Owen and Judith Anderson Scholarship was established in 2007 by Owen Anderson, professor emeritus of physics and astronomy, and his wife, Judith Anderson, in appreciation for the benefits made available by the University for the education of their five children. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Robert S. Anderson Scholarship was established by Dr. Anderson, Class of 1933, to support premedical students from northeastern Pennsylvania. Residents of Luzerne County will receive first consideration, followed by residents of Lackawanna and Wyoming counties.

The Michael Andrews '64 Scholarship was established in 2000 by friends and classmates of Mike Andrews, Class of 1964. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students enrolled in biomedical engineering courses.

The Arvilla J. Arnold Scholarship was established by Arvilla J. Arnold. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference for students who are on the varsity track or cross country teams and without other restriction.

The Association for the Arts Scholarship was established by the association in 1988. The scholarship is awarded at the discretion of the executive committee of the association to provide financial assistance to deserving undergraduate students with preference given to students who display special talents in one or more of the arts, such as, but not limited to art, creative writing, dance, music, and theatre.

The Athletic Scholarship was established anonymously by a member of the Class of 1980. Preference for awards from this scholarship shall be given to talented scholar-athletes with demonstrated financial need.

The Voris Auten Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Joseph W. Deppen, Class of 1900. The income is to be used for scholarships for those who have resided in Mount Carmel for 10 years, who are graduates of Mount Carmel Public High School, who are not habitual users of tobacco, intoxicating liquor, and narcotics, and who do not participate in strenuous athletic contests.

The Warren Baas Scholarship, established by the family and friends of Warren Baas, Class of 1973, is to be awarded to a member of the senior class, with preference given to an engineering major, who has combined academic strength and significant extracurricular contributions to the University.

The Baird Family Scholarship was established by Charles F. and Norma W. Baird, Class of 1946. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to worthy and needy students, and without any restrictions.

The George Ballentine Scholarship was established by The Reverend George Ballentine, A.M., Class of 1871, for a preministerial student.

The Herbert Barness Scholarship was established by gifts from family and friends in honor of Herbert Barness, Class of 1948. The income is to be used annually to provide financial aid to a deserving undergraduate selected by the University.

The Olive B. Barr Scholarship Fund was established in 2008 with a testamentary gift from Olive Barr, Class of 1931. Olive realized the importance of providing an educational opportunity for students. Awards shall be made to students with demonstrated financial need in the liberal arts curriculum.

The Kirk Richard Barrett Memorial Scholarship was established March 8, 1997, by the family and friends of Kirk Barrett, Class of 1987, in his memory after a tragic and untimely death in 1994. It includes a gift from his estate in honor of his love for Bucknell, and his respect for Professors Warren Abrahamson and Michael Moohr. The income is to be awarded annually to a junior or senior student with financial need, with preference given to a major in biology, economics, or business, who has been supportive of the best interests of Bucknell University and who has demonstrated positive interpersonal skills and leadership.

The Charles S. Baton Scholarship was established in memory of Charles S. Baton "Charlie", Class of 1983, by his family: his parents, Janet M. and G. Scott Baton; his sister, Elizabeth M. Baton; his wife, Cheryl A. Reagan, Class of 1985; and his daughter, Emily Lauren Baton Reagan. It is to be awarded to worthy and needy students, without restriction.

The Louis M. and Elsie Battenfeld Scholarship was established in 1975 by Louis M. Battenfeld, the income to be used to provide financial aid for worthy undergraduate or graduate students selected by the University.

The Charles T. Bauer Scholarship was established in 2006 by the Charles T. Bauer Foundation. This scholarship will be awarded to a student who lives in the Baltimore City School System and who exhibits significant financial need. The Charles T. Bauer Scholarship honors the memory of Charles T. "Ted" Bauer, a man of modest upbringing and altruistic spirit, who wanted the future to be better than the past. Mr. Bauer recognized his place in the universe, and he used his life to give generously to others.

The Matthew C. Baumeister Memorial Scholarship was established in 2006 by Lynn and Michel Baumeister in memory of their son, Matthew Charles Baumeister, Class of 2008. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who have overcome significant personal obstacles in order to attend Bucknell.

The Bright W. Beck Scholarship was established by a bequest of Bright W. Beck, Class of 1913, the income of which is to be used to provide financial assistance to students.

The William H. Beck Scholarship was established by Aida M. Houston in memory of her uncle, Class of 1862, the income to be used for students of the Christian faith who are in need of financial assistance.

The Beidler Family Memorial Scholarship was established in 2011 by J. Garry Beidler, Class of 1958, as an expression of his family's abiding love for an institution that guided and shaped their lives, and for all the principles and ideals that Bucknell continues to represent. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference to students who are residents of Adams, Franklin, or Fulton counties, Pa. The scholarship was established to commemorate the Beidler Family's legacy at Bucknell. Members of the family include: Bruce B. Sheats, Class of 1937; Harvey P. Pettit, Class of 1942; Mary Beidler Pettit, Class of 1943; J. Kay Sheats Beidler, Class of 1959; Andrew W. Beidler, Class of 1985; Kimberly Knouse Beidler, Class of 1985; and Christopher B. Beidler, Class of 1989.

The Edward Bell Family Memorial Scholarship was established by Martin Bell Christy Jr., Class of 1931, and other descendants of Edward Bell. Bell family members were included among Bucknell's first trustees, students, and administrators; more than 100 descendants have attended Bucknell. This scholarship was established to commemorate those long family ties. Preference for the scholarship will be given to Pennsylvania residents.

The John A. Bell Memorial Scholarship was established by Amy Bell, his wife, and by the gifts of friends to honor his memory. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to qualified and needy students majoring in mechanical engineering.

The Rowland E. Bell Family Scholarship was established by Rowland E. Bell, Class of 1959. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Jean Nardi Benning Scholarship was established by Jean Nardi Benning, Class of 1959, and her husband, William A. Benning. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students who have also demonstrated exceptional scholarship and leadership and significant service to the Bucknell Catholic Community.

The Paul Benson Memorial Scholarship was established by William Mendenhall III to honor the memory of his former teacher and colleague. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students interested in applied mathematics who reside in Lycoming or other central Pennsylvania counties.

The Caroline V.S. Bergen Scholarship was established by her son, John L. Bergen, Class of 1935. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who intend to pursue careers in medicine or who have demonstrated a significant commitment to be of service to others.

The Berlin Family Scholarship was established by George R. Berlin, Class of 1965, his mother, Elizabeth Smith Berlin, Class of 1935, and his sons, Bradley J. Berlin, Class of 1993, and William B. Berlin, Class of 1993 (M.A.), in recognition of George R. Berlin's father, William H. Berlin, Class of 1935. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students whose racial, ethnic, cultural, economic or other characteristics enhance the diversity of Bucknell's student group.

The Ellen Clarke Bertrand Scholarships were established by a bequest from Ellen Clarke Bertrand, a former trustee, in memory of her husband, Herbert Bertrand, and her parents, Samuel J. and Agnes Robertson Clarke, the income of which will be used as scholarships for young women and men of ability and good character who need financial assistance.

The Beshel Family Scholarship was established by Joseph J. Beshel. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Beth Eden Baptist Church Scholarship was established by the Beth Eden Baptist Church of Pittsburgh for a preministerial student needing help.

The Howard D. Bidwell Scholarship was established in 2000 by Howard D. Bidwell, Class of 1952. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference for students majoring in the civil engineering program and secondary preference for students majoring in other engineering programs.

The Billings Family Scholarship was established in 2004 by Ronald P. '69 and Ruth Ralph Billings '70. The scholarship shall be awarded with preference for students enrolled in the College of Engineering or who are majoring in education and without other restriction.

The Harriet Smull Blesh Fund was established by Harriet Smull Blesh, Class of 1928, and her husband, Morrell H. Blesh, in honor of their son, James Smull Blesh. Income from this fund shall be used each year to provide scholarship aid, modification of physical facilities, special aid and assistance, or whatever is deemed most necessary by the University to make education possible for qualified students with physical handicaps.

The Lawrence S. Bloom Scholarship was established by Mr. Bloom, Class of 1952, to support qualified students with demonstrated financial need. First preference for the award will be given to student residents of Blair County, Pa.

The Bohling-Snyder Scholarship was established by Dorothea Bohling Snyder, Class of 1952, to honor her time at Bucknell and the memory of her husband, Paul, and their parents. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students majoring in mathematics, engineering, or the sciences.

The Elmer K. Bolton Scholarship was established by a gift from Elmer K. Bolton, Class of 1908.

The Boston-Lyon Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Lois Depuy Boston, Class of 1945, and her husband, E. Daniel Boston. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The Roy Grier Bostwick Scholarship Fund was established by action of the Board of Trustees out of the residuary bequests in the estate of Marie Leiser Bostwick, Class of 1899. It honors her husband, Class of 1905, a member, 1919-47, and chairman of the Board of Trustees, 1941-47.

The Bott-Jennings Family Scholarship was established by Robert L. Jennings Jr., Class of 1973, and Barbara H. Bott, Class of 1973. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, whose ethnic, racial, economic or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The Richard W. Bowen Class of 1944 Scholarship was established by Richard W. Bowen, Class of 1944. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students enrolled in the College of Engineering, and holding superior academic credentials.

The James Roland Brady Scholarship was established by James E. Soller, Class of 1969, and Janet Clark Soller, Class of 1968, in memory of James' maternal grandfather. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Arthur L. Brandon Athletic Scholarship was created by a bequest from Arthur L. Brandon, Class of 1927. Awards made from the scholarship shall be granted to talented student-athletes with demonstrated financial need, especially those who have been selected by the coaches, in consultation with the director of athletics and the director of financial aid, as most likely, without a grant from this fund, to attend some other college. Awards from the fund shall be made without other restriction.

The Arthur L. and Margaret Weddell Brandon Scholarship was established by trustee emeritus Arthur L. Brandon, M.S. 1927, in loving memory of his wife, Margaret, Class of 1916. The scholarship is given preferentially as a grant to reduce the self-help obligation of student-athletes at Bucknell.

The Brandon Family Scholarship was established by Virginia Brandon Davis, Class of 1936, in honor of the Brandon family members who attended Bucknell. The scholarship is given preferentially as a grant to reduce the self-help obligation of student-athletes at Bucknell, and serves as a companion to the Arthur L. and Margaret Weddell Brandon Scholarship.

The Lauren P. Breakiron Scholarship was established by Lauren Breakiron, Class of 1952. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students who are citizens of the United States majoring in engineering or computer science.

The Virginia C. Bristol Scholarship was established through a bequest by Virginia C. Bristol, Class of 1931. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference to students majoring in mathematics without further restriction.

The Brough-Webber Memorial Scholarship was established in 2004 by Elizabeth Brough Webber and William R. Webber, Class of 1950. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in music, business, or economics.

The Eleanor Golightly McChesney '46 and Joann Golightly Brown '48 Scholarship was established by the McChesney and Brown families, in honor of Eleanor Golightly McChesney, Class of 1946, and Joann Golightly Brown, Class of 1948. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to a student who pursues or plans to pursue a major in any branch of either the physical or biological sciences.

The Owen Brown Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005 by Hollis and Gail Brown, both members of the Class of 1969, to honor the memory of their grandson. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in biology, cell biology/biochemistry, chemistry or any engineering discipline. Further preference shall be given to students who intend to pursue research in their chosen field of study.

The Wayne Marshall Brown Memorial Scholarship was established by Harriet C. Brown, J. Marshall Brown, and friends in memory of Wayne Marshall Brown, Class of 1973. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a qualified student majoring in art.

The P. Dewees Browning Scholarship was established by a bequest of Daisy Bell Browning in memory of her husband, Class of 1904, the income to be used as a scholarship for a deserving student.

The Bucknell Alumni Association Scholarship was established in 1985 by the board of directors of the Alumni Association of Bucknell University. Preference for awards from the fund will be given to students who meet the requirements for financial aid and who are the children of Bucknell alumni.

The Harriet M. Bucknell Scholarship was established by Mrs. Harry S. Hopper in memory of her mother. The scholarship is to be awarded to a young woman.

The William Bucknell Scholarships are given to help worthy young men to obtain an education with which to increase their usefulness in life.

The Bernita Earl Budenbender Scholarship was established by Brenda M. Earl, Class of 1981. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who are judged to have the most pressing financial need enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, and without other restriction.

The Marie and Fred A. Bufanio Sr. Scholarship was established by Fred A. Bufanio Sr., Class of 1936, and his wife, Marie. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in chemical engineering and without other restriction.

The Clyde E. Burgee Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Samuel H. Woolley, Class of 1932, and other former students and friends of Professor Burgee, the income to be used to aid needy students majoring in accounting and economics.

The Joseph Hamilton Burnett Scholarship was established by a bequest of Helen Couffer Bonsall, the income to be used as a scholarship for deserving students.

The Alma Jacobs Burt Scholarship was established by Rachel Carringer Hauth, Class of 1941. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The John C. Bush Memorial Scholarship was established by Ellen Q. Bush, Class of 1979, in memory of her father, John C. Bush, class of 1942. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students from northeast Pennsylvania, and to those students whose enrollment supports the University's vision for diversity.

The William J. Busser Jr. and Alvesta R. Busser Memorial Fund was established by a bequest of William J. Busser Jr., the income to be used for scholarships for needy and worthy graduates of the Lewisburg Area High School who are nominated by the Lewisburg Area School Board and who could not otherwise afford a college education.

The Arthur F. Butcosk Scholarship was established by a bequest plan from Arthur F. Butcosk, Class of 1937. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students majoring in the sciences, and special preference given to chemistry majors.

The Edna Follmer Butt Memorial Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Grace R. Follmer, Class of 1921, and Helen Follmer Lutz, Class of 1921, in memory of their sister, Edna Follmer Butt, Class of 1922, who was a teacher of mathematics. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in mathematics.

The Robb '86 and Joan Cadigan '86 Family Scholarship was established in 2004 by Robb '86 and Joan D. Cadigan '86. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, who are majoring in the liberal arts.

The Joseph J. Calaman and John T. Calaman Scholarship was established by Joseph J. Calaman, Class of 1943, and is named for him and his brother, John T. Calaman, Class of 1950. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are United States citizens majoring in the arts, business, sciences, or engineering.

The John V. Campana III Scholarship was established in his memory by IDS Financial Services Inc. and enhanced by family and friends. The income will provide financial aid for a deserving undergraduate athlete selected by the University in accordance with established scholarship policies. Preference shall be given to a junior or a senior athlete who is majoring in management, accounting, or economics, and who is interested in the financial services profession.

The Douglas K. Candland Scholarship was established by Glen E. Tullman, Class of 1981, and his wife, Trish, to honor Professor Candland's years of service as teacher, scholar and mentor. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in the liberal arts.

The Thomas G. Carodiskey Scholarship was established by Thomas G. Carodiskey, Class of 1949, in memory of Dr. Roy C. Tasker, professor of biology, and Dr. Mildred A. Martin, professor of English. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students of the arts and humanities and without other restriction.

The F. W. "Bill" Carson '42 and Betty Thomas Carson '42 Scholarship was established in 2000 by Bill Carson '42 and Betty Carson '42. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in English who have demonstrated interest in creative writing.

The Harry L. and Marjorie R. Carson Scholarship was established in 2000 by Harry L. Carson, Class of 1939, to celebrate his long association with Bucknell and to honor the memory of his wife, Marjorie. Awards are to be made to students with financial need, with preference given to students majoring in management or accounting.

The Dora O'Brien and Margaret O'Brien Case Scholarship Fund was established by the estate of James A. Case, Class of 1917. Awards from the fund are to provide scholarships to needy women graduates of Lewisburg area high schools attending Bucknell University.

The James B. Cawley Scholarship was established by Florence T. Cawley in memory of her husband, Class of 1887, for the support of a worthy student from Northumberland County.

The William A. Cawley Memorial Scholarship was established by Alice Spokes Cawley, Class of 1929, in memory of her husband, a member of the Class of 1915. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The John I. Chamberlain Scholarship was established by a bequest from the estate of his mother, Elizabeth I. Chamberlain, to preserve and honor the memory of John I. Chamberlain, Class of 1966. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are members of the editorial staff of The Bucknellian.

The Champlin Family Scholarship was established in 2007 by Ellen Campbell Champlin, B.S. 1958, M.S. 1960, and her husband, Clarence Champlin, in deep gratitude for the preparation received by Ellen for a career in elementary education. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without restriction.

The William R. Chaney Family Scholarship was established in 2006 by Carole Chaney Prosser '81, Diana Chaney Price '84 and William R. Chaney, parent. This scholarship is in recognition of Carole and Diana's appreciation for their father's unwavering support, guidance and belief in the opportunities made possible through education. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without restriction.

The Chandler Family Scholarship was established in 2006 by Sally T. Chandler, her daughters, Nancy Chandler Koglmeier '78, Elizabeth Chandler Bell '86, and her daughter-in-law, Elizabeth Cosgrove Chandler '82. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who have transferred to Bucknell from community or junior colleges.

The Liz Cosgrove Chandler '82 and David Chandler Scholarship was established in 2008 by Liz Cosgrove Chandler and David Chandler. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without restriction.

The Robert and Ellen Chrencik Scholarship was established in 2007 by Robert Chrencik, Class of 1973, and his wife, Ellen Chrencik. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students in the management department majoring in management or accounting.

The Thomas S. Christo Jr., Class of 1965, Memorial Scholarship was established by his parents, to be awarded preferably to a worthy member of the Alpha Phi chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.

The G. Thomas Clark Scholarship was established in 1994 by G. Thomas Clark, Class of 1959. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are judged to have the most pressing demonstrated financial need with preference given to those from the Rochester, N.Y., metropolitan area.

The Class of 1907 Scholarship Fund was established by a contribution from Mary Stanton Speicher and John W. Speicher, her husband. Additional funds were provided by Margaret E. Catherman in memory of her husband, John I. Catherman. The income is to be given to a worthy and needy student.

The Class of 1929 Scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving student.

The Class of 1932 Scholarship was established at the 50th Reunion of the class through gifts by class members. There are no restrictions on the scholarship, which is to be awarded by the Office of Financial Aid in accordance with standard University policy.

The Class of 1934 Scholarship, established at the 50th Reunion of the class through gifts by class members, is awarded annually to a deserving student.

The Class of 1936 Scholarship was established by members of the class during their 50th Reunion year. The scholarship is unrestricted.

The Class of 1937 Scholarship was established by members of the class in 1987 to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship is unrestricted.

The Class of 1938 Scholarship was established by members of the class in 1988 to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship is unrestricted.

The Class of 1939 Scholarship was established by members of the class in 1989 to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Class of 1940 Scholarship was established in 1990 by members of the class and presented to the university in memory of former Bucknell president Arnaud C. Marts, to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Class of 1941 Scholarship was established in 1991 by members of the class to commemorate their 50th Reunion. This scholarship was presented to the University in honor of all Bucknellians who served in World War II, especially those who gave their lives. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Class of 1942 Scholarship was established in 1992 by members of the class to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to a deserving undergraduate student and without other restriction.

The Class of 1943 Scholarship was established in 1993 by members of the class to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Class of 1944 Scholarship was established in 1994 by members of the class to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Class of 1945 Scholarship was established in 1995 by members of the class to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Class of 1946 Scholarship was established by members of the class during their 40th Reunion year. The scholarship is unrestricted.

The Class of 1957 Scholarship was established in 2007 by the class of 1957 to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without restriction.

The Class of 1968 Scholarship was established by the class at its 10th Reunion as part of Bucknell's first Senior Class Reunion Gift Program. It is to be awarded each year to a deserving student.

The Class of 1970 Scholarship was established by members of the Class of 1970 in celebration of their 25th Reunion and in honor of Gary A. Sojka on the occasion of his retirement as 13th president of Bucknell University. The scholarship commemorates Dr. Sojka's many contributions during his tenure at Bucknell. Consistent with his commitment to the founding principles and cherished traditions of the University, and his all-inclusive interest in and dedication to all Bucknell students, awards from this fund shall be made to students with demonstrated financial need and without restriction.

The Class of 1985 Scholarship was established in 1995 by members of the class to commemorate their 10th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Class of 1986 Scholarship was established in 1996 by members of the class to commemorate their 10th Reunion. The scholarship award shall be made to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The R. Henry Coleman Memorial Scholarship was established by friends and family members of Mr. Coleman, a Bucknell trustee from 1955-76, and chairman of the board from 1972-76. The Coleman Scholarship will be awarded annually to Bucknell students with demonstrated need and high academic promise.

The Colvin-Greene Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Irene Colvin Kunschner, Class of 1927, and in honor of her parents, Eva Greene and Abram Colvin, by their family, friends, and neighbors. Preference for the award will be given to students of musical accompaniment and the humanities, with special preference to residents of Susquehanna County, Pa.

The Clarence B. and Samuel G. Comstock Scholarship was established through a bequest by Rachel M. Comstock. The scholarship fund is for students in the junior class who have excelled in the study of biology, and who seem likely to become outstanding medical practitioners.

The Claire M. Conway Scholarship was established by Claire M. Conway, Class of 1905.

The John R. Conway Scholarship was established by Patricia M. Watts in memory of her brother-in-law. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who intend to pursue a career in business.

The Conway Family Scholarship was established by Larry and Carolyn Wilcox (Class of 1962) Conway. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Cook Scholarship was established by Thomas N. Cook Jr., Class of 1978. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students demonstrating excellence and leadership in academics, athletics, and fraternal activities.

The Eugene and Doris Cook Scholarship was established in 2002 by M. Eugene Cook, Class of 1943. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need studying engineering, computer science, physics, chemistry or premedical studies, and who reside in Union, Snyder, Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Northumberland, Columbia or Montour counties, Pa.

The Franklin H. and Ann Graybill Cook Scholarship was established by gifts from Franklin H. and Ann Graybill Cook, both members of the Class of 1933. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in sociology or political science.

The William Albion Cook Scholarship was established by Mrs. Augusta N. Cook in memory of her son, Class of 1899, for a male student.

The Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cooley Scholarship was established by Robert L. Cooley, Class of 1936, and his wife, Norma. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, who have excelled academically.

The John R. and Virginia R. Cooper Scholarship was established by a testamentary gift from Mr. Cooper, a friend to Bucknell, and father and grandfather of Bucknellians. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Richard and Janet Costa Advancement of Science Scholarship was established in 2011 by Michael J. Costa, Class of 1991, and his wife, Laureen R. Costa, Class of 1990, with funding from The Houston Endowment, to honor their parents' example in encouraging the study and practice of science and engineering. The scholarship shall be awarded with preference for finalists, semi-finalists, or students competing in the national Intel Science Talent Search.

The Reverend Emily W. Craig Scholarship was established through a bequest from Emily W. Craig, Class of 1944. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a student studying religion or English.

The Ernest S. Cramer Scholarship was established by Ernest S. Cramer, Class of 1938. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need majoring in engineering or the sciences.

The Anna May Speare Crist Scholarship was established by Charles W. Crist in memory of his wife, Class of 1923, the income to be used for an outstanding student majoring in French.

The CTW-Beneficial Foundation Scholarship Fund was established in 1973 by the Beneficial Foundation, Inc. In 1998, the foundation changed its name to CTW Foundation, Inc. The income is to be used to establish scholarships for needy and disadvantaged students.

The H.E. Culver Scholarship for Science and Engineering was established by H. E. "Ed" Culver, B.S. Class of 1950, M.S. Class of 1951. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students enrolled in the five-year program in liberal arts and engineering, who combine engineering with physics or chemistry, and to students majoring in physics or chemistry.

The Martin and Arlene Cummings Scholarship was established with gifts from Martin M. '41 and Arlene Avrutine Cummings '42. Awards shall be made to students based on financial need, with preference given to pre-med students or students majoring in the biomedical sciences.

The Jane W. Curtis and Susan J. Curtis Scholarship was established by Jane Wherly Curtis, Class of 1957, and her daughter Susan J. Curtis, Class of 1989. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in French.

The Cusick Scholarship was established by William J. and Joyce D. Cusick, parents of William J. Cusick, Class of 1981, George R. Cusick, Class of 1983, Susan Sisto Cusick, Class of 1983, and Thomas E. Cusick, Class of 1987. The scholarship shall be awarded to University students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given first to descendants of William J. and Joyce D. Cusick, then to members of a men's varsity lacrosse team who are citizens of the United States.

The George H. and Kathleen DeRosa Damman Scholarship was established by George H. and Kathleen DeRosa Damman, both Class of 1956. Preference for awards from this scholarship shall be given to talented scholar-athletes who participate in varsity intercollegiate golf and who have demonstrated financial need.

The Richard Darlington Memorial Fund was established by a bequest of Richard Darlington, Class of 1909, who served as a member of the Board of Trustees for 11 years, the income to be used to aid worthy and needy students.

The K.H. "Happy" and Virginia Brandon Davis Scholarship was established by Virginia Brandon Davis, Class of 1936, in memory of her husband. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Nelson F. Davis Jr. Scholarship Fund was established by action of the Board of Trustees from residuary bequests in the estate of Harriet I. Johnson to honor a loyal member of the Class of 1922.

The Phoebe B. Davis Memorial Scholarship was established by Alice V. Davis, Class of 1925, to preserve the memory of her sister, Phoebe, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1922. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to young women, majoring in English, who plan a secondary school teaching career.

The Dawson Family Scholarship was funded by a gift from Peter and Christina Dawson, parents of Miles Dawson, Class of 2012. Awards shall be made to a student based on financial need and without other restriction.

The Jeffrey, Julie Ann and Philip Dawson Scholarship was established by Chester S. and Julia Shank Dawson, Class of 1948, in loving memory of their children. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students with an interest in art or music.

The Michael J. Delaney Scholarship was established by Michael J. Delaney, Class of 1952. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for graduates of Greater Nanticoke Area High School (Nanticoke, Pa.) or for students who are residents of Luzerne County, Pa., and without other restriction

The Denenberg Family Scholarship was established by Judy Plattman Denenberg, Class of 1957, and Byron A. Denenberg, Class of 1956. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Brenda Earl and Michael De Paola Scholarship was established in 2000 by Brenda Earl, Class of 1981, and her husband, Michael De Paola. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who are judged to have the most pressing financial need and without other restriction.

The Gertrude J. Deppen Scholarship Fund was established by Joseph H. Deppen, Class of 1900, in memory of his sister, Class of 1902, the income to be used as scholarships for those who have resided in Mount Carmel for 10 years, who are graduates of Mount Carmel Public High School, who are not habitual users of tobacco, intoxicating liquor, and narcotics, and who do not participate in strenuous athletic contests. Bucknell University will award scholarships to full-time graduate students under the terms and conditions of the Voris Auten Scholarship Fund and the Gertrude J. Deppen Scholarship Fund only if there are funds available from these endowments after awards have been made to undergraduate applicants. If funds are available, and graduate awards are to be authorized in any given year, public notice must be given in the Mount Carmel community newspaper and in appropriate ways at the Mount Carmel Public High School so that all college graduates who meet the requirements of these endowments and who wish to apply for such graduate scholarships would have an opportunity to do so.

The Dale A. and Carolyn M. Derr Scholarship was established by Dale A. Derr, Class of 1950, and his wife, Carolyn Melick Derr, Class of 1949. Preference shall be given to qualified students from Columbia County, Pa.

The Sara H. Derr Scholarship was established in her memory by Dr. Ralph B. Derr, Class of 1917, the income to be awarded to a deserving student.

The Woodward H. Diller Scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. William J. Diller and is to be awarded to a student who meets the academic standards of Bucknell University. Recipients shall be members of ROTC, who are enrolled at the University, regardless of financial need

The Gail E. Dobert Memorial Scholarship was established by friends and family of Gail E. Dobert, Class of 1983, whose life was tragically lost in Dubrovnik, Croatia, while on a government mission with Department of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown. Gail was a loyal and respected public servant all of her professional life, and helped and touched many Bucknellians' lives. Gail is missed dearly and will be remembered for her uplifting spirit, energy and passion for life. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to a Long Island, N.Y., student interested in a public service career, with special preference given to students participating in a semester of study in Washington, D.C.

The Martin Drum Scholarship is available to junior college transfer students majoring in civil engineering.

The Jay Dugan Scholarship was established by the University in recognition of a gift of sculpture by Jay Dugan. The scholarship is unrestricted.

The John David Duncan Memorial Scholarship was established in 1970 by his family and friends.

The John P. Dunlop Scholarship was established by Bucknell alumni and friends of John P. Dunlop, former Dean of Students. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to those students demonstrating outstanding leadership to the Bucknell community such as was encouraged by John P. Dunlop.

The Steven S. Dyer Scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Alexander P. Dyer and their friends in memory of their son. The scholarship is to be awarded to the student who meets the academic standards of Bucknell University and possesses leadership potential as evidenced by a combination of willpower, motivation, and human relations skills.

The John D. Dzurinko Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005 by family and friends of John D. Dzurinko, Class of 1981. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The W. Warren Egee Memorial Scholarship was established by Mrs. Egee to honor the memory of her husband, Class of 1938. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to qualified and needy students enrolled in the College of Engineering, especially mechanical, electrical, or chemical engineering.

The David D. Ekedahl Scholarship was established by Retailer Financial Services, a unit of GE Capital, to honor David D. Ekedahl, a Bucknell trustee and member of the Bucknell Class of 1956, on the occasion of his retirement from GE Capital. Awards from this scholarship will be made without restriction.

The Ekedahl Family Scholarship was established by Dave Ekedahl, Class of 1956, and his wife, Patty Ekedahl. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students whose ethnic, racial, economic, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The Frederic S. and Carol Cobb Elliott Scholarship was established by Frederic S. Elliott, Class of 1961, and Carol Cobb Elliott, Class of 1963. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Ira T. Ellis Jr. Scholarship for the College of Engineering was established by Ira T. Ellis Jr., Class of 1956, to benefit students with demonstrated financial need. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students enrolled in the College of Engineering, with special preference given to those students majoring in electrical engineering.

The Warren E. and Nora G. Elze Scholarship was established by Warren and Nora Elze, members of the Class of 1948. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Ernest Family Scholarship was established by Russell G. Ernest, Class of 1942, his wife, Matty Ernest, and their son, Richard C. Ernest, Class of 1970, his wife, Susan, and their daughter, Deborah, Class of 1999. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in engineering, the sciences or the management department curricula.

The Everett Scholarship for the College of Engineering was established by Russell W. Everett, Class of 1916, as a tribute to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander David Everett; his brothers, Harry S. Everett, Class of 1912, and Mark R. Everett, Class of 1920; and his daughter, Ruth Everett Sierzega, Class of 1945. The income from the fund is to be awarded to deserving students in the College of Engineering.

The Margaret D. Ackerman and Ruth Ackerman Fairbairn Scholarship was established by Margaret D. Ackerman, Class of 1925, in memory of her sister, Ruth Ackerman Fairbairn, Class of 1927. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in classics or minoring in Latin, Greek, or classical civilization.

The Winifred P. Farquhar Scholarship was established in 2000. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Samuel Farwell Scholarship, established by Samuel S. Farwell, is for preministerial students recommended by the department of religion.

The Barbara Reed Feeser '80 Memorial Scholarship was established in 2010 by Barbara's family, classmates and friends who remember the joy that Barbara experienced in the cultivation of her musical talent and how memorably she enriched the Bucknell campus with her exuberant voice. Barbara was a dedicated academician and scientist by training but she looked for every opportunity to enhance her life through singing, thereby also enriching the lives of others, especially her family and friends. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without restriction.

The Bradley J. Fetchet September 11th Memorial Scholarship was established in 2003 by the Bradley J. Fetchet Memorial Foundation, the Fetchet Family and Brad's friends to honor the memory of Bradley J. Fetchet, Class of 1999, who perished in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11th, 2001. Brad was a dedicated young man with a special twinkle in his eye and an unending smile who often said, "You can tell the character of a man by what he does for the man who can offer him nothing." This scholarship shall be awarded to a student with financial need, with special preference to student-athletes who best exemplify the qualities that made Brad so special -- his spirit of enthusiasm, compassion, love of life, commitment to family, friends, community, and especially those in need.

The Edwin and Florence Fetterman Scholarship was established by their daughter, Anna Fetterman Gutekunst, Class of 1944. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who have demonstrated service to Bucknell and/or the surrounding community, and without other restriction.

The 1957 Fiji Scholarship was established by graduating members of the 1957 Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in gratitude for the role Bucknell has played in their lives. The scholarship shall be awarded to a man or woman with demonstrated financial need, who shows academic promise, and whose activities and behavior reflect positively on the university. Special preference shall be given to members of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.

The Martha A. Fisher Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Martha A. Fisher, M.A. 1943. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to needy and deserving students, and without other restriction.

The Aldus Fogelsanger Scholarship was established by Sarah Slaughenhaup Madison, Class of 1941. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students in the College of Engineering with demonstrated financial need.

The Joanne E. Lewis Forsyth and Family Scholarship was established in 1998 by Kenneth J. and Nancy J. Lewis, parents of Joanne E. Lewis Forsyth, Class of 1995. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need. Preference shall be given to talented student-athletes, with special consideration given to student-athletes from California or the West Coast, whose ethnic, racial, economic, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell. The scholarship award shall be made without other restriction.

The John Edward Fowler Memorial Scholarship was established in 1989 by the John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to academically qualified, needy students, matriculating from the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.

The Charles Winslow Frampton Scholarship was created by a bequest from Elma C. Frampton, widow of Charles W. Frampton, Class of 1931. Charles Frampton was a lawyer and legal scholar, who held the position of Administrator of Orphans' Court in Philadelphia, Pa. Awards from the scholarship will be made to Bucknell University students with demonstrated financial need.

The A. Guy Freas Scholarship was established by Arthur K. Freas, Class of 1948, and Margery H. Freas, to honor the memory of A. Guy Freas. Awards from the scholarship shall be granted to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Bruce J. S. and Naomi G. Freed Scholarship was established in 2006 by their family and friends, to honor lifelong students and educators. The scholarship honors Naomi, Class of 1952, and remembers Bruce, Class of 1957 (M.A.) and long-time mathematics faculty member and registrar for the University, in the year of his passing. This scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The Freeman-McCaskie Scholarship was originally established as the McCaskie Scholarship by Evelyn H. McCaskie, Class of 1911, in appreciation of the educational opportunities Bucknell University offered her and her sisters, Carrie and Florence, both Class of 1906. In 1997 it was renamed to reflect the interest in and support of the scholarship by Kenneth W. Freeman, Class of 1972, and to honor his parents, James E. and Elizabeth McCaskie Freeman (cousin to the McCaskie sisters). The scholarship will provide assistance to worthy students, with preference given those who have demonstrated proficiency in music, French, or Spanish.

The Marcia R. Fremont Scholarship was established by gifts from the family and friends of Marcia R. Fremont, Class of 1950. It is to be awarded to a student majoring in science.

The Michael M. and Lillian A. Fremont General Scholarship was established in 1997 through a bequest from Michael M. Fremont, a friend of the University. The scholarship shall be awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Michael M. and Lillian Amber Fremont Scholarship was established through gifts from Michael M. Fremont and is intended to prepare students to promote international understanding and further cooperative relationships between the United States and other nations. Preference for the scholarship will be given to undergraduate students who are citizens and residents of countries other than the United States; interested students must make specific application for this award.

The Albert L. and Edward Friedman Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Edward Friedman, the income from which is to be awarded to a student requiring financial assistance.

The Leo and Kathryn E. Friedman Memorial Scholarship was established through an estate gift from Leo and Kathryn Friedman. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The Elizabeth Stage Fulton Scholarship was established through a bequest from her daughter, Margaret Fulton Connors, to preserve the memory of Elizabeth Stage Fulton, a member of Bucknell University's Class of 1911. Elizabeth followed her sister, Anna Stage Hoffman, Class of 1908, to Bucknell from their home in Clearfield. Both returned home to central Pennsylvania to teach, raise families and share a love of literature, drama, and spiritual growth. The sisters were lifelong friends. The scholarship honors Elizabeth for her intellectual curiosity and devotion to family. The scholarship is to be awarded to needy and deserving students of Bucknell University without other restriction.

The Alan D. Gardner Memorial Scholarship was established by family and friends to commemorate the demonstrated loyalty of Major Gardner, Class of 1962, to his country, university, and fellow citizens, and is to be awarded to a student of proven academic excellence with a potential for strengthening campus extracurricular programs and for responsible community involvement following graduation.

The Warren D. and Esther S. Garman Scholarship was established by a bequest from the estate of Esther Selsam Garman. Awards from the scholarship are to support students in engineering with demonstrated financial need.

The Norman E. and Mary Lou Garrity Family Scholarship was established by Norman E. Garrity, Class of 1963, and Mary Lou Roppel Garrity, Class of 1964. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given first to descendants of Norman E. and Mary Lou Garrity and then to graduates of Tamaqua High School (Tamaqua, Pa.) or Steel Valley High School (Munhall, Pa.).

The Sue Ann Geisler Scholarship was established by her parents, F. Ellis and Jane Sutherland Harley '59/'60, and other friends and family members, to honor the memory of Sue Ann, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1986. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in international relations.

The Gibb Foundation Scholarship was established by gifts from the Foundation beginning in 1986. The scholarship is to be awarded without restriction.

The Francis Gilbert Scholarship Fund was established in 1951 by Dr. Irving Berlin, Honorary 1940, in memory of his lifelong friend, the income to be awarded annually to worthy and needy students in the department of music.

The Leslie Kayfetz Gordon Memorial Scholarship was established by Judith Menapace Haverty and Elizabeth Smith Mao, both Class of 1971, to preserve the memory of their fellow classmate who died of breast cancer at a premature age. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The H. Lynn and Dorothy Mae H. Goughnour Scholarship was established by H. Lynn Goughnour, Class of 1932. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Sidney Grabowski Scholarship was established by the children and grandchildren of Sidney Grabowski, Class of 1915. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students residing in Lackawanna or Luzerne (Pennsylvania) counties.

The Grahn, Bell, Carey Scholarship was established in 2010 by John D. Madison, Class of 1981, and Karen A. Seymour-Jones Madison, Class of 1980, in honor of Karen's uncle Harold "Bud" W. Grahn Jr., and in tribute to his lifelong friendship with Class of 1950 members William "Bill" W. Bell and William O. "Pat" Carey. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The Matthew G. Gray and Ellen P. Gray Scholarship was established in 2000 by a bequest from Ellen Phebey Davis, Class of 1933. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference for students from Luzerne County, Pa.

The Green Family Scholarship was established in 2000 by Bradford '59 and Rhoda Green. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Robert B. Greer II Memorial Scholarship was established by the family, friends, and classmates of Robert B. Greer II, Class of 1986, to honor his memory. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Roy and Ariel Griffith Memorial Scholarship was established by Jane W. Griffith, Class of 1943, in memory of her parents. The scholarship award shall be given to needy and deserving students with preference given to those enrolled in the pre-med program.

The Griffith Family Scholarship was established by Dr. Bartley P. Griffith, Class of 1970, and Denise C. Griffith, and Bartley P. Griffith Jr., Class of 1997. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students participating in intercollegiate athletics, particularly football and/or mens lacrosse.

The George G. Groff and Margaret M. Groff Scholarships were established by a bequest from the estate of Frances L. Groff, of the Institute Class of 1907, in memory of her parents. The income from one of the scholarships is to be used for a deserving woman who plans a career in medicine.

The Margaret Beaver Groff Scholarship was established by a bequest from the estate of Frances L. Groff, of the Institute Class of 1907, in memory of her sister, Class of 1904, the income to be used for a deserving man who plans a career in medicine.

The Robert R. Gross Scholarship was established by James E. Nevels, Class of 1974, and his wife, Lourene Dellinger Nevels, Class of 1974, in honor of Robert Gross, professor of English. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Robert G. Guempel Family Scholarship was established by Robert G. Guempel, Class of 1948. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Art Gulden Scholarship was established by cross country and track and field alumni, family, and friends to honor Art Gulden on the occasion of his 25th anniversary as coach of Bucknell University's men's and women's cross country and track and field teams. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a member of the cross country or track and field teams.

The H. Dean Gulnac Scholarship was established by H. Dean Gulnac, Class of 1940. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students enrolled in the College of Engineering.

The Clarence Kent and Marilla Stouck Gummo Scholarship was established in their memory by their son, Blanchard Gummo, professor of art, with preference being given for students majoring in art. Descendants of Mr. and Mrs. James Ambrose Gummo and Ella Blanche Counsil Gummo, and of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Jesse Stouck and Ida Jennette Clark Stouck are to be given first consideration if they should be accepted by Bucknell University.

The Arthur A. Haberberger Jr. and Karen M. Spano Scholarship was established in 2005 by Joanne and Arthur Haberberger Sr. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference to students who are majoring in sociology or computer science.

The Linda Thompson Hager Scholarship was established by a bequest from Linda Thompson Hager, Class of 1959. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need who are graduates of Hightstown High School, in Hightstown, N.J., or if none qualify, then to graduates of high schools in Mercer County, N.J.

The Velola E. Hall Scholarship was established by The Reverend Henry Chandler Hall, A.M., Class of 1882, in memory of his daughter, Class of 1904, for a college woman.

The Allen and Dorothy Hamburg Scholarship was established by Allen E. Hamburg, Class of 1939, in memory of his wife, Dorothy Gottschall Hamburg, Class of 1940, for students with demonstrated financial need who maintain at least a 3.00 (B) grade point average at Bucknell. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who graduated from Hatboro-Horsham Senior High School in Horsham, Pa.

The James H. Hand '26 and Edna Watson Hand '27 Scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Robert S. Harder Scholarship was established by Robert S. Harder, Class of 1959, in memory of his parents, Howard L. and Rheta S. Harder. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from Union, Lycoming, Snyder, and Northumberland counties.

The John H. Hare Scholarship was established in 1906 by his loving father. The scholarship shall provide annual financial assistance to a worthy student with first preference to a student planning to enter the ministry. If the preference cannot be met, the award shall be made without restriction.

The Max and Bessie Harris Scholarship was funded by bequests from their daughter, Mary E. Harris, Class of 1920, and son, Louis H. Harris, Class of 1917. Awards from the scholarship shall be made to graduates of Lewisburg High School.

The John Howard Hart Scholarship was established by a bequest from Samuel A. Hart, Class of 1903.

The Andrew Hartman (Class of 1971) Scholarship was established in 2002 by the Ruth and Ted Bauer Family Foundation. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are United States citizens, with preference for students who are the sons or daughters of a public teacher.

The Hartman and Sanders Family Scholarship was established in 2000 by Jill Sanders Hartman '75, John Hartman, the Hartman Foundation, Elizabeth Kulp Sanders '51 and Karen Sanders Feather '78, in memory of Daniel T. Sanders '52. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are U.S. citizens with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students of high academic standing, who are majoring in engineering, a physical science, or mathematics or who are majoring in education with specific intent to teach one of the above listed disciplines.

The Edwin Dudley Hartman Service Scholarship was established by gifts from the family and friends of Mr. Hartman, Class of 1970, the income to be used to aid students who desire to be of service to individuals and society and who are in serious financial need.

The Berkeley V. Hastings and Frances Steel Hastings Scholarship, established by a bequest from Berkeley V. Hastings, Class of 1913, and by contributions from George F. Hulse Associates, the income to be used for scholarships, with preference given to students coming from Milton, Pa., and its vicinity, and to preministerial students.

The Hauck Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Edward A. Hauck, Class of 1975, to support the education of future Bucknell students. The scholarship honors his parents, Willard D. and Charlotte Y. Hauck, who, recognizing the value of education, made sacrifices to support his studies at Bucknell. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Harold W. Hayden Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Howard E. Hayden Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by his family. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in English, history or pretheological studies.

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholarship Fund was established in 1998 by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. The scholarship shall be awarded to a deserving first-generation student.

The Ephraim M. Heim Scholarship was established by Robert C. Heim, Class of 1924, in memory of his father, the income to be used for a deserving student, with preference given to those in business administration.

The Heinemann Family Scholarship was established by Kirsten S., Class of 1981, and Steven D. Heinemann. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are participants in intercollegiate athletics, and without other restriction.

The Catherine Vaughan Hellerman Scholarship was established by Stephen W. Vittorini, Class of 1979, in memory of his grandmother and great-grandfather, Charles P. Vaughan, acting president of Bucknell University in 1931. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a student or students from the Philadelphia area whose ethnic and economic origins add to the diversity of the University. It is the donor's wish that the scholarship recipient(s), upon graduation, expect to use their learned skills and knowledge to enhance the economic and cultural well-being of communities similar to those from which they were selected.

The Robert and Patricia Reish Hemphill Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Robert B. Hemphill, Class of 1958, and Patricia Reish Hemphill, Class of 1959. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from Union County, Pa.

The John W. and Amy M. Henneberger and Dr. Sara Chubb Schaaf '43 Scholarship was established by gifts from Dr. Lois M. Henneberger, Class of 1943, in memory of her parents and friend and classmate. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students in the premedical program who are juniors or seniors, and without other restriction.

The Ruth Mount Herrel Memorial Scholarship was established by Mrs. B.A. Ives, to honor the memory of her mother, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1921. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to returning and older students.

The Paul A. Hightower Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Horace A. Hildreth Scholarship was established in 1999 by his daughter, Josephine H. Detmer, Class of 1952, to honor the memory of Mr. Hildreth, Bucknell's ninth president. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with first preference given to students from Maine or who are enrolled in programs that may lead to careers in government service.

The C. Clayton Hill Ministerial Memorial, created by Norman B. Hill, Class of 1917, in memory of his brother, Class of 1929, provides that the income be awarded as a scholarship to a preministerial student who shows proficiency in the study of the Bible, and who is worthy of assistance.

The Hills Family Scholarship was established in 2004 by Fredereick J. and Jean Lambert Hills, both Class of 1961, in memory of Robert and Katherine Hills. The scholarship award shall give preference to students enrolled in the College of Engineering.

The William A. Hinkle '48 Memorial Scholarship was established by Patricia Hungerford Hinkle, his wife, for the support of an upperclass student in chemical engineering.

The Robert Hoff Family Scholarship was established in 2000 by Robert A. Hoff, Class of 1974. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Benjamin Hoffman Scholarship was established by the family in memory of Benjamin Hoffman, Class of 1952, the income to be awarded to any student who displays financial need.

The Holmes Family Diversity Scholarship was established in 2003 by Stephen P. Holmes and Bonnie L. Holmes, both members of the Class of 1979. Grants from the scholarship will be awarded to students whose ethnic, racial, economic, geographic, cultural, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The John C. Hoover Scholarship was established in 2010 by John C. Hoover, Class of 1982. The scholarship will be used preferentially to recruit and retain students with demonstrated interest and superior abilities in mathematics and its creative application.

The Daris Bracey Hosler Scholarship was established in 1999 by Daris Bracey Hosler, Class of 1931. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students majoring or minoring in the classics.

The Marguerite Brierly Hough Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Mrs. Hough, Class of 1923, in recognition of the benefits she received from the university. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to junior and senior students in the College of Engineering.

The Richard H. Howard Scholarship was established in 2004 by Richard H. Howard, Class of 1964, in gratitude for the role Bucknell has played in his life and in honor of his 40th Reunion. The scholarship shall be awarded to student with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in chemical or biomedical engineering, and without other restrictions.

The Alfred C. Howell Scholarship was established by John R. Gregg in memory of his stepfather Alfred C. Howell, a former trustee of Bucknell University. Mr. Howell's love of poetry and his lifelong interest in book collecting prompted the guidelines for this scholarship. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in English.

The Charles E. Howell Memorial Scholarship was established by Bucknell students under the auspices of the Bucknell Student Government, and by the friends and family of Charles Howell, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1990. As a minority student, an academically superior engineering student, football player, and outstanding citizen of the University community, Charles Howell set an example for all Bucknellians. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a student who best represents the qualities Charles exhibited before his untimely death in 1987.

The J. Preston Hoyle M.D. Scholarship was established in 2007 by June M. Hoyle and their children: Lynn, Jeff and Susan '88. The scholarship honors Dr. J. Preston Hoyle's 30 years of service at Bucknell as medical director, associate physician and sports team doctor. In his gentle manner, Dr. Hoyle cared for countless students and community members. He left his mark as someone to whom students and faculty could turn for support that went beyond just medical advice. He was a true asset to the Bucknell community. In recognition of the fact that Preston and June worked to pay for their own education, the scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Hoyt Family Scholarship was established by Brian Hoyt, BS and BA Class of 1987, MS Class of 1992, and his wife, Carolyn Merl Hoyt, BS Class of 1987, through the generosity of George W. Hoyt. In keeping with the significant opportunities that the five-year engineering program provided Brian, the scholarship shall be awarded to an engineering student, with preference given to a student enrolled in the five-year engineering program in liberal arts and engineering, and first preference given to students in their fifth year of that program.

The Robert D. Hunter Scholarship was established in 1991 by members of Accounting Firms Associated, Inc., to honor one of its founders, Robert D. Hunter, a member of the Class of 1949 and a University trustee from 1973-78, on the occasion of his retirement. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a junior or senior student majoring in accounting who plans to become a certified public accountant.

The James Alsop Jr. and Marlene Hurd Scholarship was funded by a gift from James Alsop Jr. '79 and Marlene Hurd '79. Awards shall be made to students based on financial need, without further restriction.

The Idleman Family Scholarship was established by Lee H. Idleman, Class of 1954. The income is to be awarded to worthy and needy students, and without any restrictions.

The George A. and Frances M. Ingald Scholarship was established by their daughter, Carol Anne Ingald, Class of 1978, in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference for students majoring in mechanical engineering or economics.

The Helen Shaffer Iredell Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Charles V. Iredell, Class of 1920, in memory of his wife, Helen Shaffer Iredell, Class of 1918. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Joan Carol Jacobsen Scholarship for the Arts was established in 2007 as an endowed scholarship by action of the Board of Trustees out of a residuary bequest from the estate of Joan Jacobsen, Class of 1952. Awards from the scholarship shall be granted to art students.

The Robert F. Jaegle Memorial Scholarship shall be awarded to meritorious students with need, majoring in accounting.

The Frances Theiss James Scholarship was established by T. Garner James in memory of his wife, a member of the Class of 1940. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Edward F. Johnson Jr. Scholarship was established by relatives and friends in memory of Edward F. Johnson Jr., Class of 1951, the income to be used to aid a worthy and needy student.

The Marion E. Mayfield-Johnson and Edward M. Johnson Scholarship was established by Marion E. Mayfield-Johnson, Class of 1949, and her husband, Edward M. Johnson. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Lewis E. Jones Scholarship was established by a legacy of Lewis E. Jones for a student of Welsh descent.

The Lloyd H. Jones/Lehigh Electric Engineering Scholarship was established by Lloyd H. Jones ME '72 and Lloyd Jones EE '49. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, who are pursuing engineering degrees and are U.S. citizens, with a preference for students in the mechanical or electrical/electronic engineering departments.

The Rockefeller Jones Fund was bequeathed to the University by a legacy of Elizabeth B. Jones in memory of her husband, Thomas Rockefeller Jones, Class of 1862, the income to be used as scholarships for two young men of good moral character.

The John T. Judd Scholarship was established by a bequest of Anna C. Judd in memory of her father, John T. Judd; it is to be made available to Baptist students of good character.

The Dr. John T. Judd General Scholarship was established by his grandson, James W. Shields, to honor Dr. Judd and the many members of the Shields family who have graduated from Bucknell. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Deborah Juran Scholarship was established by Deborah Juran, Class of 1971. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to worthy students of demonstrated financial need who are residents of California.

The Edith Phillips Kalp Scholarship was established by Margaret E. Kalp in memory of her mother, the income to be awarded annually to such individual as the Scholarship Committee deems advisable.

The William Lawrence Kalp Scholarship was established by Margaret E. Kalp in memory of her father, the income from which is to be awarded annually to such individual as the Scholarship Committee deems advisable.

The Dr. Carl G. Kapp Memorial Fund was established through a bequest from Irma Kapp Rich, in memory of her brother, a member of the Class of 1925. The income from this fund shall be used to provide interest-free loan awards to deserving students who are enrolled in the premedical program, have completed their freshman year in this curriculum, and have demonstrated financial need. Student recipients of a loan award have a moral, but not legal obligation to repay the loan award when they are able.

The Clara M. Kauffman Scholarship was established by a bequest from Carson W. Kauffman, Class of 1940. Preference for the scholarship shall be given to students of good character and high scholastic standing enrolled in the College of Engineering, or in science programs. Students who are orphaned or who have but one living parent shall receive first consideration.

The Keech Family Scholarship was established by Rev. Dr. Finley M. Keech, Class of 1949, and Catherine L. Keech, Class of 1947, in memory of his father, Rev. Dr. Finley Keech, Class of 1922 (D.D. 1942), Mary Elizabeth Peifer Keech, Class of 1924, and his uncle, George T. Keech Jr., Class of 1915. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without further restriction.

The Alexis W. Keen Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Mr. Keen, Class of 1913. The scholarship award will be given to students residing in Wayne Township, Passaic County, N.J.

The Allan and Bette Kenzie Scholarship was established in 2000 by Allan G. and Bette Skow Kenzie '57/'56. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students whose ethnic, racial, economic, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Scholarship was established by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, for women preparing to enter nursing or medical technology.

The Edward Gridley Kendall Scholarship was established by a bequest from Grace W. Kendall, in memory of her husband, to be used to aid deserving men.

The S. Bruce and Betty Eyler Kephart Scholarship was established by S. Bruce Kephart, M.D., Class of 1939, and his wife, Betty Eyler Kephart, Class of 1940. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The M. Elizabeth King Scholarship was established through a gift from Elizabeth King, Class of 1934. The scholarship award will be made to students with demonstrated need and without other restrictions.

The Arthur D. Kinney Scholarship was established by Arthur D. Kinney Jr., Class of 1956. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who are scholar-athletes with demonstrated financial need.

The Obadiah W. Kitchell Scholarship was established by a bequest from Obadiah W. Kitchell, an honorary degree recipient in 1899, with preference given to graduates of the East Orange High School, in New Jersey.

The Grace and Stanley Kitzinger Scholarship was established in 2000 by Grace Livengood Kitzinger '49. The scholarship shall be awarded to full-time sophomore, junior, or senior students of high scholastic merit with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in biology. The student recipients should be United States citizens.

The Klaber Family Scholarship was established by Richard D. and Judith Beattie Klaber '55/'55 and their children, Bethany S. Succop '80, R. Douglass Klaber Jr. '86, and Andrew B. Klaber '87. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Richard A. Klein Scholarship was established in 2000 by Richard A. Klein, Class of 1969. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for those who have elected a major or minor in theatre or dance, or who are active participants in the University's theatre programs, and without other restrictions.

The Kleinert-Wagner Scholarship was established by Richard and Susan Kleinert, Classes of 1974 and 1975, in honor of their parents, Frederick and Donna Wagner and Robert and Jane Kleinert. It is the donors' preference that the scholarship award be made to Christian students of music or electrical engineering.

The Marie R. Kline Memorial Scholarship was established by Raymond D. Kline, Class of 1919, to honor the memory of his wife. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students from the Lewisburg area.

The Klock Family Scholarship was established by Lawrence S. Klock, Class of 1969, and his wife, Cheri Klock, in honor of his parents, Grace and Charles Klock. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Koandah Scholarship was established by James M. Sanborn and Emilie Sherman Sanborn, Class of 1955, in honor and memory of Sholl and Sherman family members who have attended Bucknell University. The scholarship shall be awarded, in compliance with the University's policy of non-discrimination, to qualified students who could not otherwise afford an education at Bucknell University, and who would, as Bucknell students, add to the economic, ethnic, racial, cultural, and national diversity of the University.

The Helen Morton Koons Scholarship was established in 2000 by her daughter, Helen E. Koons, Class of 1971. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The John Arthur Koons, Class of 1900, Memorial Fund was established by a bequest of Josephine Bonham Koons, the income to be used to aid residents of Pennsylvania.

The Samuel J. Koons Scholarship was established by Helen E. Koons, Class of 1971, his daughter, and Helen Morton Koons, Class of 1925, his wife. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to science or engineering student residents of Pennsylvania.

The Kress and Warg Endowment was established by a legacy of Clara L. Warg to endow scholarships in memory of Jack Culberson Kress and Clara L. Warg, for the education of needy young men.

The Paul Kreutzpointer Scholarship was established by Mrs. Annie Kreutzpointer in memory of her husband.

The Clarence M. and Henrietta H. Kriner Memorial Scholarship was established by their daughter, Sara Kriner Goodman, Class of 1950, in memory of her parents, Clarence M. and Henrietta H. Kriner, Class of 1917. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students in the College of Engineering.

The Daniel G. Krise Scholarship was established by Daniel H. Krise, Class of 1899, for a student preparing to teach in the public schools of Pennsylvania.

The Johanna Kunkel Memorial Scholarship was established by Florence Hohnbaum Harvey, Class of 1939, to honor the memory of her aunt who made possible her education at Bucknell.

The Kenneth G. Langone Scholarship was established at the 20th anniversary of Mr. Langone's company, Invemed Associates, by Walter W. Buckley Jr., to honor and recognize the many contributions of Mr. Langone. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who have evidenced high integrity, loyalty, and steadfast determination in their daily lives.

The Katherine B. Larison Scholarships were established by Katherine B. Larison, of the Institute Class of 1867, and were supplemented by the General Alumnae Association of the University. They are for women of exemplary character.

The Mabel Irwin Lavers Scholarship was established in 2001 by a bequest from Theodore H. Lavers, Class of 1929, to honor the memory of his wife, a graduate of the Class of 1930. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Lawlor Family Scholarship was originally established as the Doris Tucker Memorial Scholarship by Stuart Tucker and Scott Lawlor '86, to honor the memory of a wife and mother. In 2006, the scholarship was renamed and additional contributions were received from Scott Lawlor '86 and his wife, Elena Lawlor. The scholarship award was redirected to students with demonstrated financial need whose life experiences contribute to the cultural and ethnic climate of the campus, including first-generation college students, students from outside the University's traditional geographic area, and those who bring cultural and ethnic diversity to the campus.

The Leadership First Scholarship was established by Joseph A. Ciffolillo, Class of 1961, and Joseph N. Ciffolillo, Class of 1984. The award recognizes the importance of leadership, by providing scholarship aid to undergraduates. The Leadership First Scholarship is awarded to students whose activities and contributions to the community have distinguished them as leaders among their peers. Priority for new awards will be given to entering freshmen without consideration of academic ranking. This award is renewable for each of four years of undergraduate study at Bucknell.

The Charles J., Filomena and Dr. Charles J. Leagus Jr. '53 Memorial Scholarship was established under an agreement completed in 2004 and funded by Dolores Leagus Clark, M.A. 1953, to preserve and honor the memory of her parents and brother. The scholarship shall be awarded to students without restriction.

The Ledgerwood Family Scholarship was established in 2007 by William C. Ledgerwood '74 and D. Leanne Trout Ledgerwood '74 in honor of family members who are also Bucknell graduates. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Dr. Leiser Foundation Scholarship, established by a bequest from Dr. William Leiser III, Class of 1909, recognizes the medical services provided for the citizens of Lewisburg by three generations of the Leiser family, including the donor; his father, Dr. William Leiser Jr.; and his grandfather, Dr. William Leiser.

The William Forrest Lenker Scholarship was established by members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity to honor William Forrest Lenker, Class of 1956, on the occasion of the centennial celebration of the Alpha Chi chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. The scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity who have demonstrated exceptional scholarship, leadership, and service to Bucknell and the community.

The Edward Leptinsky Scholarship was established in 2011 by Michael J. Costa, Class of 1991, and his wife, Laureen R. Costa, Class of 1990, with funding from the Houston Endowment, to honor Mr. Leptinsky who was first in his family to attend college, and appreciated the importance of access to educational opportunities. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from Serra Catholic High School in McKeesport, Pa., or Allegheny County, Pa.

The Ira A. Levin Scholarship was established by Ira A. Levin, Class of 1952, in memory of his parents. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Rosetta Miller Lewis Scholarships were established by a bequest from Rosetta Miller Lewis.

The Warren "Bud" Lewis Scholarship was established by his wife, Gladys Rowland Lewis, children, and friends to preserve his memory. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Peggy and Bob Ley Scholarship was established by Margaret Hollinshead Ley, Class of 1960, and her husband, Robert Ley. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference given to students who have been historically under-represented at Bucknell University.

The William L. Litchfield Scholarship was established by Marcia Litchfield Martell, Class of 1973, and Sharon Litchfield Spencer, Class of 1975, in memory of their father, William L. Litchfield, Class of 1928. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to student-athletes.

The Margaret B. Livingston Scholarships, established by a bequest from Margaret B. Livingston, are for preministerial students recommended by the department of religion.

The Marguerite D. Lofft Memorial Scholarship was established by Henry T. Lofft, Class of 1917, in memory of his wife. In awarding the scholarship, preference will be given to worthy civil engineering students.

The Esther B. Long Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the memory of Esther B. Long, Class of 1947, by her son, Morris A. "Andy" Long, Class of 1949, and her daughter-in-law, Helena J. Long. In recognition of Esther Long's lifetime of service as director of Bucknell's dining service, the scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are employed by the University's dining service, or who are geology majors.

The O.W. Longan Scholarship was established by a bequest of O.W. Longan, Esq., for a student who plans to enter the ministry and who lives in Lycoming County, Pa.

The Shaw Loo Memorial Scholarship was established in 1998 to commemorate the 140th anniversary of Shaw Loo's arrival on campus from Burma, as Bucknell's first international student. The scholarship also marks the historic ties of Bucknell to the nation and people of Burma, extending back to the University's founding in 1846.

The K. Allen and Mary Lovell Music Scholarship was established for a deserving woman student studying piano and with a wholesome interest in her fellow students; the student is to repay the scholarship to the fund.

The Horace A. and Antoinette M. Lowe Scholarship was established through a bequest from Horace A. Lowe Jr. , Class of 1940, and his wife, Antoinette. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Alma Lowry Scholarship Fund was established by the bequest of Alma Lowry Williams and is named for her and for her maternal grandmother, Alma Lowry, whose cousin, Stephen W. Taylor, wrote the Charter of the University and served as Acting President. Income from the fund is to be awarded to students in the fields of religion, medicine, teaching, humanities, and the fine arts, especially in music. No part of the fund may be used for athletic activities or promotion.

The W. Norwood Lowry Scholarship was established by a gift from Robert Lowry Stanton, Class of 1940. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to worthy students majoring in physics or mathematics.

The Francis X. Lucarelli Scholarship was established in memory of this distinguished member of the Class of 1962 by members of the Lucarelli family for the purpose of providing financial assistance to worthy and needy students.

The Lewis Frederick Lyne Jr. Mechanical Engineering Scholarship was established by a bequest of Lewis Frederick Lyne Jr., Class of 1914, the income to be available to men who are students in mechanical engineering and who are also members of the Sigma Chi fraternity.

The Betty Ann Waddington Mackey Scholarship was established by Betty Ann Waddington Mackey, Class of 1948, and her husband, Howard D. Mackey. The scholarship is established in Betty Ann's honor and in gratitude for what Bucknell University has meant in her life. The scholarship is to be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students majoring in psychology.

The Neil Thompson and Gary MacNew Scholarship was established in 2000 by Gary A. MacNew, Class of 1976. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are citizens of Canada, or who are seeking a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and who have demonstrated support to the community through volunteer work in serving the poor, sick, disabled, or needy.

The Malesardi Scholarship was established by gifts of the Malesardi Foundation and Robert E. Malesardi, Class of 1947, the income to be used to aid students with demonstrated need. Preference is to be given to qualified candidates from Elk County, Pa.

The Joseph Earl Malin Scholarship was established by a bequest of Dolly Frey Malin in memory of her husband, Joseph Earl Malin, Ph.D., Class of 1916. It is to be awarded to worthy young men who are majoring in chemistry.

The Malone Family Scholarship was established by J. Gilbert Malone, Class of 1927, in memory of his mother, Mary Ruff Malone, and his wife, Mary Gerlash Malone. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The E.R. and E.M. Manchester Scholarship was established through a bequest from Elizabeth M. Manchester, Class of 1935. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Colin Donohue Marren Scholarship was established in loving memory of Colin Marren, Class of 2010, by his family, classmates and friends. Colin had a passion for living life to its fullest, and he truly appreciated the opportunity to be a "Bucknellian." The scholarship will be awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need, with preference for a student from Westchester County, N.Y., or Fairfield County, Conn., a commitment to community service and without further restriction.

The Henry A. and Kathryn E. Martin Scholarship was established in 2007 through a bequest from Henry A. Martin, Class of 1939. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from Hazleton Area School District, Luzerne County, Pa.

The Arnaud C. Marts Scholarship Fund was established by contributions from students, faculty, administration, family, and friends as an expression of appreciation of President Marts' service to the University. The income is to be used as a scholarship for deserving students.

The Franklin Mathews Service Scholarships were established for male students by Franklin Mathews, Class of 1868.

The Christy and Jane S. Mathewson Scholarship was established by Jane S. Mathewson, and it is to be awarded to a student who is in financial need; who possesses special ability in mathematics; who has shown integrity and dependability; and who has participated in the school's activities, especially in athletics.

The Margaret Blair Mathias Memorial Scholarship was originally established in 1997 as the Janet B. Mathias Scholarship by Janet B. Mathias, Class of 1966. This scholarship has been awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who major in, or have an established record of participation in, music, art, or theater, with first preference given to students majoring in music performance. In 2010 Ms. Mathias renamed the scholarship in honor of her mother, Margaret Blair Mathias, Class of 1936, who passed away in 2005, and expanded the award to include students majoring in English who demonstrate financial need, exceptional writing skills, and a thorough knowledge of English grammar.

The John H. and Susan B. Mathias Scholarship was established by John H. '69 and Susan B. Mathias '69, and honors the extensive ties of the Mathias family to Bucknell University. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students whose ethnic, racial, economic, or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The J.P. Mathias Scholarship was established by Margaret Blair Mathias, Class of 1936, to honor the memory of her husband, J.P. Mathias, Class of 1935. Preference for awards from this scholarship shall be given to varsity student-athletes with demonstrated financial need, selected by the director of athletics and the coaches.

The Andrew Wray Mathieson Scholarship, named for Mr. Mathieson, a member of the Bucknell Board of Trustees and the Class of 1950, was established by his children, Margaret A., Class of 1977, Andrew F., and Peter F., Class of 1983, to honor his many contributions to and deep devotion for the University, and in honor of his father, Andrew R. Mathieson, Class of 1920. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to residents of Allegheny County or other southwestern Pennsylvania communities.

The Barry R. and Marjorie A. Maxwell Scholarship was established in 1998 to express the respect and affection of friends and associates of the Maxwells, on the occasion of Barry Maxwell's retirement as vice president for administration at Bucknell University. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students in engineering, and without other restriction.

The Leila Preston McCain Scholarship was established by a gift from Donald R. McCain, Class of 1905, to be awarded annually to a woman who is a member of the senior class, who is of high moral character, and whose scholastic record is superior.

The John Lehy McCarthy Memorial Fund was established by a bequest of Elizabeth B. McCarthy, Class of 1917, in memory of her son, the income to be used to aid any worthy students in need.

The Marti L. McCord Scholarship was established in memory of Marti Lynn McCord, Class of 1963, who died shortly after graduation. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Shirley Jane McCreary Scholarship was established by Ralph W. McCreary in memory of his daughter, a member of the Class of 1952. The awarding of this scholarship is based primarily on need and preference is given to students planning a career in nursing or medicine.

The Frank and Edna Keen McCrina Memorial Scholarship was established through a bequest from Mary McCrina Miller, Class of 1940, in memory of her parents. Preference for the scholarship will be given to students majoring in the humanities.

The Gilbert G. McCune Leadership Award was established by Mr. McCune, Class of 1927. The award recognizes the importance of extracurricular achievement through scholarship aid to seniors who have brought honor to the University by their activities outside the classroom.

The William D. McFarlan Jr. Scholarship was established by a legacy of William D. McFarlan Jr.

The George V. McGee Investment Studies Endowment was established in 2002 by The Charles Foundation Inc., a Rooke Family Private Foundation, to honor George V. McGee, Class of 1938, a friend of Robert C. Rooke. The endowment provides merit-based grants to students who demonstrate potential as future professionals engaged in the fields of finance and investment. Students selected as McGee Scholars must hold a record of superior academic achievement, contributions to the University community, and successful participation in finance- or investment-related internships, employment or other activities.

The Mark Ryan McGinly Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 in memory of Mark R. McGinly who lost his life on September 11, 2001, in the New York City World Trade Center. The scholarship was launched by the Mark Ryan McGinly Memorial Scholarship Fund in Vienna, Va,, the McGinly family and Mark's many friends to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Class of 1997. Mark was a very proud Bucknell graduate and made many wonderful friends, fond acquaintances and valued business associates as a result of his Bucknell University experience. Preference for the scholarship shall be given to deserving undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in management.

The Richard G. McGinnis International Engineering Study Scholarship was established in 2006 by Debra Anderson Apruzzese '80 and John J. Apruzzese '80, and Louis and Angelika Anderson, to honor Professor McGinnis, who successfully pursued his vision to expand the Bucknell engineering experience to include international study. The scholarship provides assistance for Bucknell engineering students to travel and study outside the United States. Awards shall be made to full-time students who demonstrate that their international study program is a valuable addition to their on-campus experience, and who have demonstrated financial need.

The Alex G. McKenna Scholarship was established in memory of Mr. McKenna by his children, Linda McKenna Boxx, Class of 1974, and David E. McKenna, Class of 1973. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Newman Frederick McKinney-Jennie Owens McKinney Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Newman F. McKinney, Class of 1928, and his wife, Jennie Owens McKinney, Class of 1930, to provide scholarships in civil engineering in honor of Newman Frederick McKinney and William McKinney; in history in honor of Jennie Owens McKinney; in premedicine in honor of Charles Owens; in English in honor of Anna Maude Lobaugh Owens; in education in honor of Blanche Newman McKinney; and in psychology in honor of Thomas Gilespie McKinney.

The William D. and Dorothy O. McRae Scholarship Fund was established in 1979 by chapel choir alumni and friends, the income to be awarded to a worthy vocalist, organist, or other musician, with preference for a member of the chapel choir, as recommended by the director of the chapel choir and the department chair of music.

The Meerwarth Scholarship was established by a gift from Lurenna M. Meerwarth and her daughter, Tracy L. Meerwarth, Class of 1996. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in biology who are United States citizens.

The Clifford C. and Elizabeth Melberger Scholarship was established in 2005 by Clifford K. "Mickey" Melberger, Class of 1961, and his wife, Ruth B. Melberger, in memory of his parents and to honor their commitment to education. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Melior Scholarship was established in 2010 by Charles M. Boldt, Class of 1972. The scholarship's name was derived from the word ameliorate, meaning "to make better." The scholarship shall provide assistance to a student enrolled in the College of Engineering with a demonstrated financial need, thereby providing an improvement in the student's financial situation that benefits both the student and Bucknell.

The Herbert L. Merin Scholarship was established in 1998 by Andrew J. Merin, Class of 1970, to honor his father. Although Herbert Merin never attended college, he had a reverence for education. The scholarship was created to reflect the gratitude of his son for granting him the opportunity to attend Bucknell and to follow his father's instructions to always pay back those institutions that have helped him along the way. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are judged to have the most pressing demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Sara Chandler Merrick Scholarship was established in memory of their daughter by Grace Milhous Merrick, Class of 1927, and J. Leon Merrick, the income from which is to be used to provide financial aid for a deserving undergraduate selected by the University in accordance with established scholarship policies. Preference shall be given to students from southeastern Pennsylvania, especially those from the Kennett Square area.

The Florence Beckworth Miller '27 Memorial Scholarship was established in 2002 by her sister, Evelyn M. Beckworth, Class of 1930, to honor Florence's outstanding academic performance in her pre-med studies. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference given to students planning to pursue a career in medicine who are also United States citizens.

The Lois Cullen Miller '54 Chemistry Scholarship was established in 2005 by Eugene Miller. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for upperclass students who are majoring in chemistry.

The Miller Family Engineering Scholarship was established through a bequest from John W. Miller, Class of 1943, as a tribute to his brothers, Clyde L. Miller, Class of 1931, and C. Guy Miller, Class of 1935. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need in the College of Engineering.

The Jacob H. Minick Fund was established by a bequest from Jacob H. Minick, Class of 1891, the income of which is to be given each year to students who, because of some physical difficulty, are forced to use crutches during all of their college work.

The Moll-LaBar Family Scholarship was established by Bruce A., Class of 1954, and Marion Moll LaBar, Class of 1956. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Frederick C. Moor Jr. Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943, and his wife, Doris, in memory of F.C. "Doc" Moor, aviation pioneer and powerboat racing champion. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The James Moore III Scholarship was established for descendants of the family.

The Dorothy H. and Peter F. Morgantini Scholarship was established by Dorothy Harris Morgantini and Peter F. Morgantini, both members of the Class of 1987. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Edmond N. and Virginia H. Moriarty Scholarship was established by Virginia Moriarty and Edmond Moriarty, trustee. The scholarship shall be awarded to returning students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who need assistance due to a sudden financial loss, such as parental unemployment, disability or the death of a family member or other causes, and without other restriction.

The Morrell Family Scholarship was established by James J. and Karen Olsson Morrell, both members of the Class of 1974, to honor the Rev. James D. Hammerlee, who served Bucknell for 26 years and was a friend and mentor to both. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Ann M. Morrison Scholarship was established by Ann M. Morrison, Class of 1970, and Steven J. Pitchersky. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Carl M. and Kathryn W. Moyer Scholarship was established by Kathryn W. and Carl M. (M.S. 1969) Moyer. The income earned by the scholarship is to be used to provide emergency assistance to students who have experienced sudden financial loss through the death of a family member, or for other causes, and who could not continue their education without such scholarship aid.

The Earle L. and Christine Sterner Moyer Memorial Scholarship was established by Christine Sterner Moyer, Class of 1928, and enhanced by additional contributions from her son, William S. Moyer, Class of 1957, and daughter-in-law, Joan F. Moyer. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to needy and deserving students.

The Mt. Pleasant Institute Scholarships Fund was established through the merger of the Western Pennsylvania Classical and Scientific Institute at Mt. Pleasant with Bucknell University, as a memorial of long and faithful service to the Mt. Pleasant Institute by Leroy Stephens, A.M., D.D., Class of 1868, a Bucknell trustee for 40 years. The fund provides an endowment for awarding undergraduate scholarships to students of ability and character who are worthy of financial assistance, preference being given to Baptist students; or to students of Baptist antecedents, living in western Pennsylvania. As a result of the merger in 1936, the following endowed scholarships were established:

  • The Nathaniel S. Houseman Scholarship
  • The Nelson Weddle Jr. Scholarship
  • The Sarah Ann Trevor Scholarship
  • The Leroy Stephens Scholarship

The Thomas Joseph Murray Memorial Scholarship was established in 2011 by his family and friends. The scholarship will provide financial aid for a deserving undergraduate student selected by the University in accordance with established scholarship policies. Tom, a football player and management major, remained a loyal supporter of varsity athletics following his years at Bucknell. Preference shall be given to a student who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

The Malcolm E. Musser Scholarship was established by gifts of the Robert L. Cooley family, and is to be awarded to a student who is an outstanding golfer.

The Geoffrey P. and Barbara F. Mynott Scholarship was established by Geoffrey P. and Barbara Folk Mynott '54/'56. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Eleanor Nachshin Scholarship was established by Robert J. Nachshin, Class of 1972, and his wife, Monica Lipkin. The recipient shall be selected in the following order of preference: 1) juvenile (Type I) diabetes; 2) other form(s) of diabetes; 3) sight impairment so as to be unable to read; 4) kidney transplant or renal dialysis; 5) diseases or disabilities similar to those caused by juvenile diabetes.

The Ross J. Nahrgang Scholarship was established by Mrs. Anne Horoschak Nahrgang, B.S., M.D., Class of 1923, as a memorial to her son, the income to be used to aid one or more women students, preferably in the premedical program.

The Richard Nathan Scholarship was established through a bequest from Richard Nathan, Class of 1939. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Peggy Apgar Neuville '61 Memorial Scholarship was established in 1996 by Stephen B. Neuville, Class of 1957. Preference for awards from the scholarship will be given to students residing in the southeastern United States; awards will be made without other restrictions.

The Newcomb Family Scholarship was established by William Y. Newcomb, Class of 1936, his wife, Mary VanKirk Newcomb, Class of 1934, and their sons, William A. Newcomb, Class of 1965, and L. Kirk Newcomb, Class of 1968. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Nichols Family Scholarship was established in 2003 by Scott Nichols, Class of 1970, and his wife, Muriel Nichols. Preference for the scholarship shall be given to students majoring in music. Grants from the scholarship will be used to assist in attracting the strongest possible talented students.

The S. Yvonne Novak Scholarship was established by Darryl L. Novak, Class of 1963; Sigrid Christensen Novak, Class of 1964; and Lars, Margo and Yvonne Novak. The scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to young adults with insulin dependent type I diabetes.

The Christopher and Elizabeth O'Brien Family Scholarship was funded by a gift from Trustee Christopher J. O'Brien '80 and his wife, Elizabeth O'Brien. Awards shall be made to students based on financial need with preference given to junior-year students enrolled in the School of Management who are identified by faculty for their potential to succeed in their chosen field.

The Dennis and Judith O'Brien Scholarship was established by friends and colleagues in honor of Bucknell's 12th president and first lady, the income to be used to provide one or more scholarships for undergraduate students in the humanities.

The Merle M. and Frances B. Odgers Scholarship Fund was established by the Bucknell Parents Association and others in honor of the former president and Mrs. Odgers, the income to be used to provide one or more scholarships for undergraduate students.

The Margaret Tustin O'Harra Memorial Scholarship was established in 2006 as an endowed scholarship by action of the Board of Trustees out of a residuary bequest from the estate of Helen F. O'Harra. The scholarship is intended to honor the memory of Helen's mother-in-law, Margaret Tustin O'Harra, and shall be awarded to students without restriction.

The Stewart W. Oldt Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 with a testamentary gift from Barbara Oldt, to honor the memory of her father. Awards shall be made to a deserving student from the Central Pennsylvania area that is enrolled in the College of Engineering, with preference for a student majoring in mechanical engineering.

The J. Orin Oliphant Scholarship was established by Edward G. Hartmann, Class of 1937, and other students and colleagues of Dr. Oliphant, the income to be used for a student majoring in the humanities, preferably in history.

The James G. Orbison Scholarship was established in 2009 by alumni and other admiring friends and colleagues to honor their esteemed friend, faculty member and dean, James G. Orbison, Class of 1975, on the occasion of his return to the faculty and retirement as Dean of the College of Engineering, and the 35th anniversary of his graduation from Bucknell. This scholarship is a tribute to a teacher, scholar and administrator who served as mentor and instructor for Bucknell students, faculty and colleagues, and who as Dean led the College of Engineering to national prominence as one of the top undergraduate engineering programs. Awards from this scholarship will be made to undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering.

The Oristaglio Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Stephen M. Oristaglio, Class of 1977. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for varsity scholar-athletes who have an interest in the arts.

The Sally J. and R. Lyman Ott Scholarship was established by R. Lyman Ott Jr., Class of 1962, Sally J. Clute Ott, Class of 1964, Kathryn A. Ott, Class of 1991, and Curtis L. Ott. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students who are varsity soccer team members and who are majoring in the liberal arts.

The Esther Owens Scholarship was established by a gift of Miss Esther Owens.

The William G. Owens and Jeannette W. Owens Scholarship was established by William G. Owens, Class of 1880, to perpetuate the interest of his wife, Jeannette W. Owens. It is to aid students who have committed themselves to serve in foreign missions under the supervision of the Baptist Church, and is to be awarded to students who are of good character and who need financial aid. If the preference cannot be met, the award shall be made without restriction.

The William G. Owens Scholarship was established by his daughter, Jeannette Owens Burnet, Class of 1917, in memory of her father, Professor William G. Owens, Class of 1880, who taught the physical sciences at Bucknell for over 50 years. It is to be used to help worthy students, a preference given to those who are majoring in chemistry.

The Parks Family Scholarship was established by Marilyn Olson Parks, Class of 1968, and her husband, Robert W. Parks, Class of 1966. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Judy Parsons Memorial Scholarship was established by the Bucknell Student Government, with contributions from the family and friends of Judy Parsons, Class of 1988, to honor her memory. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to physically handicapped students.

The Pascucci Family Scholarship was established by Michael C. Pascucci, Class of 1958. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Paulis Family Scholarship was established in 1993 by the family of Dara M. Paulis, Class of 1993, Bradley D. Paulis, Class of 1989, and his wife, Nancy Neu Paulis, Class of 1988, as an expression of their appreciation for the educational opportunity given to them at Bucknell and to the glory and honor of God who made it possible. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a United States citizen who meets high academic standards, displays financial need, and demonstrates community involvement.

The James N. Patterson Scholarship was established by James Patterson, M.D., Class of 1924. The scholarship award will be made without restrictions to support the Bucknell education of students with demonstrated financial need.

The Dr. Joseph and Elizabeth Pennino Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest of the late Elizabeth Pennino, the income of which provides a scholarship for a student enrolled in the civil engineering department.

The Richard J. Peterec Scholarship was established in 2008 by a group of loyal alumni to honor their beloved professor, and by other admiring friends and colleagues. This scholarship is a tribute to an unforgettable teacher and scholar who inspired and mentored four decades of Bucknellians. In recognition of Professor Peterec's challenge to his students to view themselves and others in a broader global context, the scholarship shall be awarded annually to students with demonstrated financial need majoring in geography or international relations.

The Pettit Family Scholarship was established by Raymond F. Pettit, Class of 1953. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for student-athletes.

The Joseph W. Peyser Scholarship Fund, established by a bequest from Joseph W. Peyser, the income to be used to aid worthy students who are graduates of the high school of the Shikellamy School District and who have been residents of Northumberland for at least three years prior to high school graduation.

The Philadelphia Alumnae Scholarship was founded by the Philadelphia Alumnae Club, for a woman who lives in Philadelphia.

The Llewellyn Phillips Scholarship was established by a friend in memory of Professor Llewellyn Phillips, Class of 1892, for a student contemplating a life's work in a Christian vocation.

The Emil J. and Elva E. Polak Memorial Scholarship was established by gifts from friends, family, colleagues, and former students of Emil J. Polak, professor of mathematics and astronomy at Bucknell from 1954-84, and his wife, Elva Elze Polak. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in mathematics or astronomy.

The Charles "Charlie" Pollock '70 Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 by Gayle Pollock, his wife, and by the gifts of friends to honor his memory. Charles had a major impact on Bucknell through the leadership roles he held for more than 10 years, serving as assistant to the president at Bucknell and, later, as vice president for student affairs. He became Bucknell's vice president for external relations in April 2006. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without restriction.

The Arky Pollokoff Memorial Scholarship was established in 2001 by the family, friends and classmates of Arky Pollokoff, Class of 1978, to honor his memory. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The Post Family Scholarship was established by Robert M. Post, Class of 1954, and Anne Prosser Post, Class of 1956. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The William J. Post Scholarship was established in 2005 by family members and friends to honor the memory of Bill Post, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1992. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in engineering.

The Harvey M. Powers Scholarship was established in 1997 by Jane Brown Maas, Class of 1953, to honor the memory of Harvey Powers, director of Bucknell's theatre program from 1946 until 1986. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference for students who have elected to major in theatre or English. Secondary preference will be given to students who are active participants in programs, publications, or productions of the University's theatre or English departments. Awards from the fund will be made without other restriction.

The Nancy B. Prial and James D. Pavlekovsky Scholarship was established in 2000 by Nancy B. Prial, Class of 1980, and her husband, James D. Pavlekovsky. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restrictions.

The PricewaterhouseCoopers Scholarship was established by Jeb and Sally Stoner Bachman '78/'78, Frank and Susan Stoner Brown '78/'78 and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Foundation to provide scholarship support to outstanding students interested in career opportunities in the field of accounting.

The Puff Family Scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Robert C. Puff '42 and Mrs. Isabel Clark Puff '43, by their children and spouses: Robert C. Puff Jr. '67 and his wife, Nancy Larzelere Puff '69; Barbara Puff '69, Sally Puff Courtney '74, and Jeffrey V. Puff '75 and his wife, Rae Ann Puff. Awards from this scholarship shall be used to recruit students with demonstrated financial need and exceptional academic promise. The scholarship is intended, where possible, to provide the entire financial need of selected recipients, thereby eliminating or reducing their need to become indebted with loans for financial aid, or to take time away from collegiate pursuits for work. It is the donors' hope that students selected to receive grants under this agreement will use the time saved from such extra work obligations to excel in academic efforts and engage actively in the life of the University through participation in service organizations, student government, social clubs, the arts, athletics, etc.

The Ann Purcell Scholarship was established by Ann Sundberg Purcell, Class of 1953. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Joseph T. and Mary Bachman Quick Scholarship was established in 2005 by Joseph T. Quick, Class of 1938, in loving memory of his wife, Mary Bachman Quick, Class of 1938. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Betty Ann Quinn Scholarship Fund was established by the Bucknell chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the income to be given to a worthy black student.

The Dayton Ranck Scholarship was established out of respect for and in memory of Dayton Ranck, a former vice president of the University and a member of the Class of 1916. The income is to be given to a student in need of financial assistance.

The Rasmussen Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Warren and Nancy Rasmussen, past parents '79. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for an engineering student who is a (1) resident of Illinois or (2) resident of a Midwestern state. If neither preference can be met, the award shall be made without restriction.

The Milton M. Ratner Scholarship Fund was established by the Milton M. Ratner Foundation to provide scholarship aid to needy students who could otherwise not attend a private university.

The Reader's Scholarship was funded by a gift from Richard H. Fidler, Class of 1963, in appreciation for the individuals who read to him and in memory of his parents, Lillian M. and Wilbert C. Fidler. As Bucknell's first blind graduate, Richard's education was made possible by the readers and the loving support and guidance of his parents. Awards shall be made to students based on demonstrated financial need.

The Henry M. Reed '44 Scholarship was established in 2000 by Henry M. Reed, Class of 1944. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Marian McIlnay Reed Scholarship was established by Marian M. Reed, the income to be used for the education, or for the support and maintenance during the period of such education, of worthy and capable students.

The Robert G. Reed Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 by his mother, Mary Ann G. Reed, his aunt, Jane W. Griffith, other members of his family, and friends, to honor and preserve his memory. Robert graduated in 1972 with degrees in engineering and business. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students enrolled in the College of Engineering.

The Robert L. and Elva K. Reitz Scholarship was established by Robert L. Reitz, Class of 1938, and Elva K. Reitz. The scholarship award will be made with preference given to student-athletes.

The Edward J. and Patricia C. Reitzel Scholarship was established by Edward J. Reitzel, Class of 1961, and his wife, Patricia C. Reitzel. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference for student-athletes.

The Leon J. Rhodes Scholarship, established by the estate of Leon J. Rhodes, Class of 1932, shall be awarded to juniors in financial need who, in their first two years at Bucknell, have made significant contributions in scholarship, leadership, and in extracurricular activities.

The Professor John W. Rice Scholarship in Biology was established in 2011 by his son Dr. Andrew C. Rice, Class of 1948, to honor his father's 43 years of teaching at Bucknell University. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference given to biology majors who have completed their first year.

The Richards Family Scholarship was established by Daniel R. '78 and Christine Peterjohn Richards '76 in memory of Llewellyn Phillips, Class of 1892. The scholarship is intended to help meet the financial need of students whose presence helps match the Bucknell student body more closely to the diversity of the world community, and may be used to provide extra grants to academically superior students who are members of the varsity water polo or swimming and diving teams.

The Danforth K. and Marjorie H. Richardson Scholarship was established in 1997 by Danforth K. Richardson, Class of 1942, and his wife, Marjorie Hopwood Richardson, Class of 1943, with gifts from the Richardson Foundation, Inc. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference for students who reside in Florida, and second preference for students who reside in the Pittsburgh (Pa.) metropolitan area.

The John W. Richter III Scholarship was established by his parents, John W. Richter II and Linda A. Richter, to honor his memory. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are majoring in geology and without other restriction.

The Matthew Bunker Ridgway Jr. Scholarship was established by General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgway and friends in memory of their son, Class of 1971, the income to be used to provide financial aid for worthy undergraduate or graduate students selected by the University without any restrictions whatsoever.

The Mary Taubel Rieder Memorial Scholarship was established through an estate gift from Mary Taubel Rieder, Class of 1929. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to needy and deserving students majoring in history.

The J. Paul Riesmeyer Scholarship was established in 2000 by Martha U. Grimm in memory of her husband, J. Paul Riesmeyer, Class of 1930. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in mechanical engineering.

The Jeanne B. Ritter Scholarship was established in her honor by her husband, Harry E. Ritter, Class of 1962, and their sons, Gary A. Ritter, Class of 1979, Keith B. Ritter, Class of 1982, and Robert L. Ritter, Class of 1992. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Dean Rivenburg Scholarship Fund was established by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Towner in honor of Romeyn H. Rivenburg, Dean of the College from 1923-45 and vice president of the University from 1936-45. The income is to be awarded to a worthy student in need who meets the standards of the University, with preference given to students from Ohio.

The Barbara Linsky Robbins Memorial Scholarship was established in 2003 by Richard K. Robbins, Class of 1970, to honor his mother. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students in the English department.

The Robbins Family Scholarship was established in 2005 by David '74 and Karen Robbins to honor the tradition of teaching that has been pursued by the following members of their family: David's grandmother, Anna Wilson Kline; his mother, Ruby Kline Robbins; Karen's grandmother, Effie Helwig Beaver; and their daughter, Caroline Cherrington Robbins '05. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with financial need, with preference for students majoring in elementary education and who have completed their freshman year, in order to encourage their pursuit of excellence in education as exhibited by the members of the Robbins family.

The Dorothy E. Robertson Music Award was established by an estate gift from Miss Robertson, Class of 1931. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to a senior-year music student who intends to follow a career in music.

The Joan E. Robertson Fine Arts Scholarship was established by Joan E. Robertson, Class of 1964, in loving memory of her aunt, Helen Stoner Crighton. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with demonstrated financial need who are majoring in art, theater and dance, or English, with a minor in creative writing.

The Roberts Family Scholarship was established by W. Nelson Roberts and Jeane Morgenthal Roberts, both Class of 1947. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Louis Robey Scholarship was established in 2003 by the estate of Louis Robey. The scholarship shall be awarded to worthy students attending Bucknell University.

The Jennie S. Robinson Scholarship was established by a bequest from Jennie S. Robinson, a former teacher in the schools of Milton, Pa., and augmented by a bequest from Max Lieberman, her nephew. This scholarship is awarded to a Bucknell student selected by the faculty of Milton High School.

The Mary E. and C. Graydon Rogers Scholarship was established by Mary E. and C. Graydon Rogers, both Class of 1951. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference for students who major in the natural sciences and without other restriction.

The Steffen H. and Athena F. Rogers Scholarship was established in 2004 by David M. Trout Jr. and Leanne Freas Trout, both members of the Class of 1950. The scholarship honors Stef and Athena Rogers on the occasion of Stef Rogers' retirement as Bucknell University's 15th president and commemorates their contribution to Bucknell during his administration.

The LeRoy H. and Edith Griesinger Rohde Memorial Scholarship was established by the family of LeRoy H. Rohde, Class of 1936, and Edith Griesinger Rohde, Class of 1937, to honor their memory. The scholarship award will be given to at least one junior and one senior each year, with preference given to students who demonstrate extracurricular leadership at Bucknell.

The Rudge Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by Howard J. Rudge, Class of 1958, and Lois Iffert Rudge, Class of 1959, and their children, Scott, Neal, and Diana, Class of 1989, so that other students might benefit from the excellent educational opportunities available at Bucknell University. Believing in and representing the wide spectrum of activities and fields of study offered at Bucknell, the Rudges desire that the scholarship be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Rudge-Iffert Scholarship was established in 2004 by Howard J. and Lois Iffert Rudge. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Girard W. Rudolph Scholarship was established in 2000 by June Rudolph in memory of her late husband, Jerry Rudolph, Class of 1947. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students of high academic achievement majoring in music.

The Girard W. and June O. Rudolph Scholarship was established by Girard W. Rudolph, Class of 1947. The scholarship award will be made to students pursuing a degree in business administration.

The Rusling Family Scholarship was established by William E. Rusling in recognition of Ruth Castner Rusling, Class of 1952, Beverly Rusling Peltzer, Class of 1975, and Edward T. Peltzer, Class of 1972. The scholarship is awarded to students who have financial need and demonstrate gifts of leadership at Bucknell.

The Campbell Rutledge Jr. Scholarship Fund was established by the Corning Glass Works Foundation and Eleanor Cauffiel Rutledge in memory of her husband's deep and abiding interest in Bucknell, his support of its engineering program, and his belief in young people. Mr. Rutledge was a graduate of the Class of 1933 and received a master's degree in chemical engineering in 1934. The scholarship is awarded annually, with preference given to an outstanding junior or senior engineering student upon recommendation of the Dean of the College of Engineering.

The Bruce and Kimberlie Sachs Scholarship was established in 2006 by Kimberlie Trego Sachs '81 and Bruce Sachs '80. The scholarship shall be given to students who would be unable to attend Bucknell University without financial assistance.

The Robert H. Sadler Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by friends and fraternity brothers of Robert Sadler '84. He earned a Ph.D. in microbiology/virology at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). He did research in virology for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the University of California (San Francisco.) Shortly before his untimely and tragic death he helped decipher the Byzantine genetic structure of the Kaposi's sarcoma virus. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in biology and without other restrictions.

The Vernon H. Salmon Scholarship was established in 2000 by Vernon H. Salmon, Class of 1949. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students from the state of New Jersey, and without other restriction.

The Samek Family Scholarship was established by Edward L. '58 and Marthann L. Samek '60. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are children of Bucknell alumni.

The Sampson Family Scholarship was established in 1992 by Benard A. Sampson, Class of 1969, and Myles D. Sampson, Class of 1967. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The George F. Sandel '32 Memorial Scholarship was established in 2002 by his family, including Elizabeth Sandel, Class of 1971, and Carolyn Sandel Anderson. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in education or planning a career in education.

The Britt and Janet Saterlee Scholarship was established in 2000 with a gift by Britton W. '44 and Janet Saterlee. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Anne M. Savacool '54 Scholarship was established in 2007 by Anne M. Savacool, Class of 1954, in appreciation of the financial aid she received while attending Bucknell. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without restriction.

The Stephanie A. Sayre Scholarship was established to honor the memory of Stephanie A. Sayre, Class of 1991, by her parents, George W. and Mary Ann T. Sayre, and augmented by family and friends. As an acknowledgement of her love for the theatre, preference for the scholarship award shall be given to a student displaying special talent in the performing arts, preferably theatre, and who, without financial assistance, would be unable to attend the University.

The George J. Sbordone Scholarship was established in 2010 by Barbara Sbordone Hoy, Class of 1971, and her husband, Mark Hoy, to honor the lifetime achievement of Barbara's father. The scholarship shall be awarded to a student in the College of Engineering with demonstrated financial need and no other restriction.

The William Charles Schaffner Scholarship was established in 2007 with a testamentary gift from William Charles Schaffner, Class of 1951, in memory of his parents, William W. Schaffner and Mary M. Schaffner. Awards shall be made to students from the Harrisburg Academy who are attending Bucknell University.

The Edgar and Anna Scharfenberg Class of 1938 Scholarship was established in 2009 with a testamentary gift from Doris Ann Scharfenerg, Class of 1938, in memory of her parents. Awards shall be made to worthy and deserving students, and without restriction.

The Scheffler Family Scholarship was established in 1996 by Leonhardt Scheffler, Class of 1935, and his wife, Elizabeth Bentley Scheffler, M.A. 1935. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for a junior or senior student.

The Dorothy Bunnell Schnure Scholarship was established by gifts from Dorothy Bunnell Schnure, Class of 1916, and additional contributions from family and friends. Awards from the fund will be made to students with demonstrated financial need who meet the standards of the University, and without other restrictions.

The Frederick O. and Elise Miller Schnure Scholarship was established by Frederick O. Schnure Jr., Class of 1942, and Elise Miller Schnure, Class of 1945. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Robert Bunnell and Annabel Kreider Schnure Scholarship was established by Robert B. '40 and Annabel K. Schnure '40. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Schoeneman Family Scholarship was established in 2010 by Frank K. Schoeneman, Class of 1976, and his son, F. Kyle Schoeneman, Class of 2006. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are residents of Schuylkill County, Pa.

The John F. Schrankel Scholarship was established by John F. Schrankel, Esq., Class of 1951. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students studying political science or history who demonstrate financial need and academic achievement.

The Schubauer Family Scholarship was established in 2000 by James W. Schubauer, Class of 1956, and his wife, Barbara. Grants from this scholarship shall be made to middle-income engineering students who are United States citizens.

The Schulte Family Athletic Scholarship was established by Frederick A. Schulte Jr. and Carol E. Schulte, parents of Scott F. Schulte '81. Preference for awards from this scholarship shall be given to talented scholar-athletes with demonstrated financial need who are members of the varsity water polo or swimming teams.

The Schumacher Family Scholarship was established in 2001 by John F. Schumacher, Class of 1966. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who graduated from high schools in the following counties of southeast Massachusetts: Barnstable, Plymouth, Bristol, Nantucket, and Dukes.

The John D. Scoutten Memorial Scholarship was established by a gift from the family and friends of John D. Scoutten, Class of 1970, the income to be used by any qualified applicant who, without such financial assistance, would not be able to attend the University. Preference is to be given to graduates of Culver Military Academy.

The Sandra Selby Scholarship was established by Sandra F. Selby, Class of 1974. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Germaine Roshon Seltzer Scholarship was established through a bequest from William O. Seltzer, in memory of his wife, Germaine Roshon Seltzer, Class of 1942. First preference for the scholarship award will be given to undergraduate students majoring in the biological sciences or in premedical or prenursing studies.

The Seltzer Family Scholarship was established in memory of Ethel M. '42 and Charles J. Seltzer '42, and their children, Charles J. Jr., Richard A. '70, Robert C. '74, and Barbara R. '78. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in management with a concentration in marketing or accounting.

The Shand Family Scholarship was established by J. Richard and Gail Rothenberger Shand, both Class of 1955, and their children, J. Richard Shand Jr. '81, David A. Shand '87 and Barbara Shand Neff '90. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are United States citizens with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students who are majoring in engineering, physical sciences, or mathematics.

The William and Ann Sharp Scholarship was established in 2000 by William H. Sharp Jr. and Ann Hardy Sharp, both members of the Class of 1959. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Shaw Family Scholarship was established by Donald M. and Marguerite M. Shaw, and their son, Andrew M. Shaw, Class of 1991. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Marie M. and Fred S. Shehadi Sr. Family Scholarship was established in 2001 by their son, Fred Jr., Class of 1954, and their Bucknell grandchildren: David, Class of 1981; John, Class of 1984; and Lauren Herbert, Class of 1991. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Juan del Castillo and Susan G. Shipe Scholarship was established with a gift completed in 2007 by Juan del Castillo and Susan G. Shipe. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Mary Reese Shorts and Arthur Mead Shorts Scholarship was established in 2006 by Mary Reese Shorts, Class of 1932, to honor the time she and her husband, Arthur, Class of 1930, spent at Bucknell. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The John H. Shott Memorial Bison Club Scholarship Fund is to be awarded annually to deserving students who are of good character and who need financial assistance, with preference to be given to those with athletic ability.

The William C. and Ruth W. Shure Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005 by an estate gift from Ruth W. Shure, Class of 1930, to commemorate the friendships and education acquired during the years of student and alumni relationships to Bucknell. Because of the wide-ranging interests of both Ruth and William Shure (Class of 1930), the scholarship was established to aid needy students without other restriction.

The Barrett K. Sides Empowerment Scholarship was established by Barrett Sides '87. In the interest of providing opportunity and promoting cultural diversity on campus, the scholarship shall be awarded to a student from the continent of Africa with demonstrated financial need and without further restriction.

The David Simpkins Scholarship was established by a bequest from Adalene Van Duyne Simpkins, to honor her son, David J. Simpkins, Class of 1972 (B.A. Economics/B.S. Mechanical Engineering) and Class of 1974 (M.S. Mechanical Engineering). The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who are majoring in mechanical engineering.

The Blanche Thomas Simpson and Geddes Wilson Simpson Scholarship was established by Blanche Simpson Bast, Class of 1961, Geddes W. Simpson Jr., Class of 1967, Frank T. Simpson, and Mary Simpson Sunar, in honor of their parents, Blanche, Class of 1930, and Geddes, Class of 1929. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in math or the sciences, and without other restriction.

The Frank M. Simpson Scholarship was established in 2000 by Dr. Geddes W. Simpson, Class of 1929, in memory of his father, Frank M. Simpson, Class of 1885, who was a professor of physics at Bucknell from 1902 until 1942. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Michael F. Sinkus Scholarship was established by Michael F. Sinkus Jr. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Dick Skelton Scholarship was established in 2000 by friends and trustees of Bucknell at the time of Dick's retirement to honor his more than 36 years as an admissions officer at Bucknell. Preference for the scholarship award is to be given to students from Wayne, Pike or Monroe counties in Pennsylvania, who demonstrate financial need.

The Kenneth W. Slifer Scholarship was established in 2001 to honor the memory of Ken Slifer, Class of 1926, by one of the many young men he encouraged and helped to attend Bucknell, thereby changing his life. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Paul Wilbur Slifer Scholarship was established by a bequest of Adam Conrad Slifer in memory of his son, for a deserving and needy student.

The Smalstig Memorial Scholarship was established by family, friends, and classmates in memory of Edward J. and Alice Drennen Smalstig '31/'31. The scholarship shall be awarded to deserving students in either the College of Engineering (with preference given to civil engineering students) or the College of Arts and Sciences (with preference given to biology majors), in order to encourage and enable them to study abroad.

The Lloyd and Myrna Smith Scholarship was established by Robert M. Brodrick, Class of 1961, in memory of his maternal grandparents. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to engineering students.

The Marjorie Bell Smith Scholarship was established by I.R. Smith, M.D., in memory of his wife, Class of 1928, to be awarded to students who meet the University's academic standards, the preference to be given to majors in English.

The William H. Smith III, Class of 1970 Scholarship was established in 2008 by William H. Smith III. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in mechanical engineering.

The Harry E. Smithgall Scholarship was established by Harry E. Smithgall, Class of 1936. The scholarship shall be awarded to students majoring in electrical engineering, with preference to students who reside in Lycoming County, Pa.

The Bonnie Shihadeh Smithwick Memorial Scholarship was established in 2003 by members of the Class of 1968 at the time of their 35th Reunion. The scholarship is named in memory of Bonnie Shihadeh Smithwick, who was lost to us on September 11, 2001, but it is also intended to honor the memory of other classmates who have left us too soon. The scholarship shall be awarded to a deserving undergraduate student or students with demonstrated financial need.

The Ralph R. Snow Scholarship was established by Ralph R. Snow, A.M., B.D., Class of 1894, for graduates of the Franklin High School, Pa.

The Harold M. Soars Scholarship was established by gifts of the Sprout Waldron Foundation and of Harold M. Soars, former chairman of the Sprout Waldron Company and a trustee of the University. The income from the fund is to be used to provide financial assistance to a student pursuing a degree at Bucknell, with preference given to students from Lycoming County, Pa., and from the counties contiguous to it, who are pursuing a degree in engineering.

The Margaret G. Sober '34 Memorial Scholarship was established in 2002 by her sister, Annabelle F. Sober. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for English majors.

The Dirk A. Sojka Scholarship was established in 1989 by a gift from Helen R. Smith-Morgan in honor of her grandson. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference going to students enrolled in master's degree programs in school psychology, with an interest in special education. Undergraduate students with interest in special education are also eligible for awards from this fund.

The Gary and Sandy Sojka Scholarship was established in 1995 by the Bucknell University Alumni Association to honor Gary and Sandy Sojka on the occasion of Gary Sojka's retirement as Bucknell University's 13th president, and to commemorate their contribution to Bucknell during his administration. In keeping with the Sojkas' longstanding, broad, and all-inclusive interest in Bucknell students, awards from this fund shall be made to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Sommers Family Scholarship was established by John and Catherine Sommers, Class of 1961. Preference for awards from this scholarship shall be given to talented scholar-athletes with demonstrated financial need, recommended by the director of athletics and the coaches.

The Spartan Scholarship was established in 2011 by Douglas M. Hitchner, Class of 1983, and George A. Tsougarakis, Class of 1983. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students participating in intercollegiate athletics, particularly soccer.

The Speer Family Scholarship was established by Edison C. and Nancy B. Speer '57/'56. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from western Pennsylvania and without other restriction.

The Herbert L. Spencer Scholarship was established by the Spencer family in memory of Bucknell's eighth president. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Sally L. Spencer Scholarship was established through gifts from the Spencer family, and is named for Sally L. Spencer, Class of 1953. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to needy and deserving students whose character, ethics, and commitment to serving others represents the best in human nature.

The Jessie Lovell Sprague Music Scholarship Fund was established by Jessie Lovell Sprague, Class of 1902, the income to be used for a deserving woman student studying voice and with wholesome interest in her fellow students.

The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Scholarship Fund was established in 2010 by the trustees of the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation. Income from the fund shall be awarded to worthy students with demonstrated financial need.

The Harry E. Stabler Athletic Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Harry E. Stabler, Class of 1923. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to student-athletes from Broome County, N.Y. It is the donor's preference that, if possible, first preference be given to football players and second preference to basketball players. If no students from Broome County qualify, then the scholarship shall be awarded to a student-athlete from another area.

The Stackpole-Hall Foundation Scholarship was established in 1973 for a needy and disadvantaged student majoring in business or engineering.

The Dominick and Martha Staiano Scholarship was established by Edward F. Staiano, Class of 1958, and his wife, Janet Smith Staiano, Class of 1958, in honor of his parents. Grants from the scholarship will be made under the direction of the Dean of the College of Engineering and used to recruit and retain the best possible undergraduate students from the College of Engineering. The scholarship shall be awarded to students without other restriction.

The Mary Stanton Scholarship Fund was established by John W. Speicher in honor of his wife, and is to be awarded to a deserving student in the upper third of his/her class.

The Emily Jane Stec Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by her parents, Arlene Nemeth Stec, Class of 1949, and Edward J. Stec, Class of 1950. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students gifted in the field of dramatic arts who elect the study of theatre as an academic major or minor.

The Gordon and Joan Stetz Scholarship was established in 2011 by Gordon M. Stetz, Class of 1983, and his wife, Joan M. Stetz, Class of 1980. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with demonstrated financial need.

The Alice Stevens Scholarship was established in 2005 by Alice L. '45 and Mike Volechenisky. Preference shall be given to students majoring in physics or chemistry.

The Austin and Anna Thompson Stevens Scholarship was established by Alden S. Thompson, Class of 1937. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to those with an interest or major in journalism or literature.

The Harold A. Stewart Scholarship was established by Mr. Stewart, Class of 1920, and trustee emeritus. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students from western Pennsylvania, especially Westmoreland County.

The Stewart Family Scholarship was established by Richard W., Class of 1966, and Grace H. Stewart. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who have graduated from Springfield Township High School, Montgomery County, Pa.

The Charles F. Stickney Scholarship was established by Dorothy Turnbach Stickney, Class of 1949, in memory of her husband, Class of 1948, and professor emeritus of physics. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students majoring in physics or music.

The Harold R. and Jacqueline S. Stiefel Memorial Scholarship was established in 1993 by family, friends, and members of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, in memory of Harold R. Stiefel, Class of 1949, and his wife, Jacquie. The Stiefels were long-time owners of the Lewisburg Campus Theatre, enthusiastic fans of Bucknell basketball, and beloved members of the Bucknell community. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to members of the Bucknell basketball team who have demonstrated financial need.

The George and Mary Gibb Strachan Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by Robert G. and Patricia Wenk Strachan '58/'57, and their daughter, Ellen Strachan Wilsterman '85. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restrictions.

The Franklin R. Strayer Scholarships, five in number, were established by a bequest of Franklin R. Strayer, Class of 1894, in memory of his professors: William Cyrus Bartol, George G. Groff, John Howard Harris, William Gundy Owens, and Frank Ernest Rockwood.

The Strickland Family Scholarship was established in 2001 by Frank W. Strickland, Class of 1946 and a former Bucknell University Alumni Trustee, and Eleanor Dillon Strickland, Class of 1946. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference to descendants of Frank W. Strickland and Eleanor Dillon Strickland and then to qualified students who are graduated from high schools in Bergen County, N.J., or Bucks County, Pa.

The Dorothy M. and Edward H. Stubenrauch Scholarship was established in 2000 by Dorothy M. Stubenrauch, past parent. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in engineering and without other restriction.

The Student-Faculty Congress Scholarships were established in 1965 for two or more needy students of the senior class who are in good academic standing and have given commendable service to the University.

The Phoebe A. Suyden Scholarship was established by a bequest of Mrs. Suyden, the income to be awarded to a deserving student.

The Lester A. and Miriam M. Switzer Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest of Mrs. Switzer, the income to be used as a scholarship for a deserving student.

The Tague Family Scholarship was established by Barry E. Tague, Class of 1960, and his wife, Dorothy Tague. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students from the greater Philadelphia area, with demonstrated financial need, whose ethnic, racial, economic or national origins add to the diversity of Bucknell.

The Dr. Roy C. Tasker Scholarship was established by his daughter, Lois Anne Tasker, and supplemented with gifts by friends and former students to honor the memory of Dr. Roy Carleton Tasker, who taught biology at Bucknell from 1934-66. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in biology, with first preference given to premed students.

The Marianne E. Szoo Teleky Memorial Scholarship was established with a gift from her daughter, Priscilla M. Teleky, Class of 1961, and Paul W. Davis, Cornell University, Class of 1952 and 1959. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students with visual impairments pursuing degrees in mathematics, engineering, or economics; however, other disciplines are not disqualified. Given "in lasting memory of my beloved Mother, Marianne E. Szoo Teleky, born in Hungary, whose wisdom, courage, and loving sacrifice wove the fabric of my comfortable and meaningful life. With this Memorial Scholarship, Mother's honorable, unselfish spirit and constructive energies will forever serve worthy students, and Mother's memory will endure."

The Theta Chi Alumni Association Scholarship was established in 1968 for a member of the Theta Chi fraternity.

The Stanley C. Thomas Scholarship was established in memory of Blanche Thomas Simpson, Class of 1930, in memory of her brother, Stanley Thomas, Class of 1938 (M.A. 1946).

The Hamilton O. and Lillian Somers Thompson Scholarship was established by Hamilton O. Thompson, Class of 1939, in memory of his wife, Class of 1938. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Joan Groulx Thompson Scholarship was established by Dr. Alden S. Thompson, Class of 1937, and his family to preserve the memory of Joan G. Thompson, Class of 1949. Preference for the award shall be given to students of the biological sciences.

The William Homer Thompson Scholarship was established by William Homer Thompson, a former trustee of Bucknell University, with preference to be given to a graduate of The Peddie School or of the Hightstown High School, N.J.

The Freeman T. and Anna L. Tingley Scholarship was established by an estate gift from Anna L. Tingley in memory of her husband, a member of the Class of 1922. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Robin Sundy Tingue Memorial Dance Scholarship was established in 2006 to honor and preserve the memory of this member of the Class of 1987 by her husband, David Tingue. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and to commemorate Robin's active participation as a dancer at Bucknell, with preference for students engaged in the dance program, either as declared majors or as active and regular participants in the study and performance of dance.

The Edgar A. and Florence E. Tomlinson Scholarship was established by Edgar A. Tomlinson, Class of 1939. The scholarship award shall be made without restriction.

The Harland A. Trax Scholarship was established by a gift from Harland A. Trax, A.M., LL.D., Class of 1901.

The Paul L. and Eleanor M. Troast Scholarship was established in memory of Paul L. Troast, a trustee of the University from 1949-69, by gifts from a family foundation and through the efforts of his sons, Arthur L. Troast, Class of 1950, and John G. Troast, Class of 1953, and his grandsons, John G. Troast Jr., Class of 1979, Arthur P. Troast, Class of 1983, Douglas K. Troast, Class of 1985, and Gary S. Troast, Class of 1987. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students from New Jersey who demonstrate excellence in the fields of engineering or business studies.

The David and Leanne Trout Scholarship was established by Federal Paper Board Company, Inc., to honor David M. Trout Jr., a Bucknell trustee and member of Bucknell's Class of 1950, on the occasion of his retirement from the company. The scholarship award is unrestricted.

The Leanne Freas Trout Scholarship in French and Francophone Studies was established in 2009 by R. Leanne Freas Trout, a member of the Class of 1950. The scholarship will be used to recruit and retain students majoring in French and Francophone Studies at Bucknell.

The Trout Family Scholarship was established by David M. Trout, Class of 1950, and his wife, R. Leanne Freas Trout, Class of 1950. First preference for the scholarship award shall be given to graduates of Branford (Conn.) High School, and second preference to students who are residents of Connecticut.

The Trout Family Arts Scholarship was established in 2003 by David M. and R. Leanne Freas Trout Jr., both members of the Class of 1950. Grants from the scholarship will be awarded to academically superior students of art and art history.

The Robert E. and Lorraine A. Soresi Tweed Scholarship was established in 2006 by Robert E. and Lorraine A. Tweed, both members of Bucknell's Class of 1956. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students from North Carolina and without other restriction.

The Margaret Young Underhill Scholarship was established in 1998 by the family and friends of Margaret Young Underhill, Class of 1933, to honor her memory. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Ronald L. and Benita K. Unger Scholarship was established in 2007 by Ronald Unger, Class of 1951, to honor his wife for sharing with him her lifelong love of music, which has brought them both much joy. The scholarship shall be awarded to students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Lee N. and Grace Q. Vedder Foundation Scholarship was established in honor of Professor Paul Benson, the income to be used for a student in the field of mathematical and applied statistics.

The Elizabeth Veit Scholarships were established by a bequest of Elizabeth Veit for young men who are preparing to enter the ministry of the Baptist Church.

The Charles I. and Virginia Vogel Scholarship was established by Charles I. and Virginia Vogel '37/'40. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The Charles A. and Catherine M. Vosburg Memorial Scholarship was established by Charles M. Vosburg (B.S. '58), in memory of his parents. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to R.O.T.C. cadets who are candidates for the B.S. degree with declared majors in the physical sciences or engineering, and who are also United States citizens.

The Walker Family Scholarship was established by Ray S. and Louise S. Walker. The scholarship award will be given to graduates of high schools in Clearfield County, Pa. It is the intent of the donors that the scholarship recipient(s) shall endeavor to enhance the economic and cultural well-being of the areas served by the eligible high schools.

The Doug and Inta Walker Scholarship was established in 1998 by Douglas and Inta Esmanis Walker, both Class of 1966. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, who are majoring in engineering and whose life experiences contribute to the cultural and intellectual climate of the campus, including first-generation college students, students from outside the University's traditional geographic area, and those who bring cultural and intellectual diversity to the campus.

The Anna M. Wall Scholarships were established by Anna M. Wall, with preference given to women.

The Anna Slifer Walls Scholarship was established by William C. Walls, Class of 1873, in memory of his wife, Institute Class of 1872, for a student who is majoring in history or literature and who lives in Union County or in a designated portion of Northumberland County.

The Anna Slifer Walls Memorial Fellowship in Biological Research was established by heirs named in the E. Slifer Walls estate, to be made available first to students from Union County, then central Pennsylvania, and finally to students from any other area.

The Dr. E. Slifer Walls Scholarship was established by William C. Walls in memory of his son, Class of 1903, for a student who is majoring in a premedical or a public health course and who lives in Union County or in a designated portion of Northumberland County.

The Dorothy Moody Warren Scholarship Fund was established by Mrs. Warren, an alumna, to provide three scholarships each year, with preference to be given to full-time, needy students who are graduates of Shamokin Area High School, Pa., or Bridgeton High School, N.J.

The P. Herbert Watson Memorial Scholarship was established by his wife, Dorothea B. Watson, and friends, to honor the memory of her husband, Class of 1937. Preference for the award will be given to music majors as acknowledgement of his love for music.

The Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Weaver Scholarships were established by a gift from Colonel Joseph Kerr Weaver, Class of 1861, and were named by action of the Board of Trustees in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Weaver.

The Harold F. and Marguerite P. Webber Memorial Scholarship was established by family and friends. The income is to be used to aid worthy and needy students who otherwise could not afford a college education. Preference shall be given to civil engineering, music, or management majors.

The Rev. Dr. John Weaver and Eleanor Grose Weddell Scholarship was established by Arthur L. (AM '27, H '74) and Margaret Weddell Brandon (AB '16, AM '31) to honor the memory of the Weddells. Preference for the award shall be given to students of the liberal arts contemplating a career teaching English or a life involved with religion, without regard for their specific creed or denomination.

The Sigmund and Claire G. Weis Scholarship was established by Claire G. Weis, the income from which is to be awarded annually to one or more students in the department of management.

The Thomas and Karen Horn Welch Family Scholarship was established in 2008 by Karen Horn Welch and Thomas W. Welch III, both members of Bucknell's Class of 1997. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Patricia Woodburne Wells Scholarship was established by Ronald V. Wells, honorary Doctor of Divinity 1968, and Patricia Woodburne Wells, Class of 1935. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Peter C. Welpton Scholarship was established in his memory by his family, members of his Class of 1965, and friends, the income to be used for a worthy student majoring in economics.

The Claire Halline Wieder Scholarship was established in her memory by members of her Class of 1958, and friends, the income to be used for a deserving woman student.

The Frank L. Wiegand III, Class of 1960, and his daughter Maryanne Wiegand, Class of 1983, Scholarship was established in 2000 by Frank L. Wiegand III, Class of 1960, and his daughter Maryanne Wiegand, Class of 1983. The scholarship shall be awarded to undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are U.S. citizens, with preference given to students who are the children of Bucknell alumni.

The Doris K. Williams Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943, in honor of his wife. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in computer science.

The Ellen P. and Samuel L. Williams Endowed Scholarship for Music was created in 2009 through a bequest from Ellen Peterson Williams, Class of 1919, to honor the time she spent at Bucknell and the memory of her husband, Samuel L. Williams. The fund provides scholarship assistance for students studying music at Bucknell University.

The Lee A. and Annis Williams Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943, and his wife, Doris K. Williams, in memory of his parents. The scholarship award will be made without restriction.

The Norman Lee Williams Scholarship was established by Stanley G. Williams, Class of 1943, in honor of his brother. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in computer science.

The Robert M. and Virginia K. Williams Scholarship was established by Robert M., Class of 1962, and Virginia K. Williams, Class of 1963. Preference for the scholarship award shall be given to students majoring in education, with demonstrated financial need.

The Ruth Williams Scholarship was established in 2004 by Jo-Anne Williams, Class of 1986, in memory of her mother. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and without other restriction.

The T. Cortlandt and Evelyn D. Williams Scholarship Fund for Engineering Students is awarded to a student who has completed the first two years at Bucknell or a junior college, and who, in the opinion of the Dean of the College of Engineering, shows outstanding interest in and aptitude for the engineering profession.

The William V. Wilson Scholarship was established in memory of The Reverend William V. Wilson, D.D., of New Jersey.

The U Kyaw Win and Gandasari A. Win Scholarship was established in 2000 by U Kyaw Win and Gandasari A. Win. The scholarship is intended to benefit the nation and people of Burma, by providing grants for current or future Burmese citizens who are students at Bucknell, and who have demonstrated financial need.

The Wingover Farm Scholarship was established in 2004 by William T. '45 and Gladys B. Watkinson. Awards for this scholarship shall be made without restriction.

The Florence E. Wolfe Memorial Scholarship was established by her son, Bucknell's former vice president for University Relations, Charles W. Wolfe, to honor his mother's memory by assisting qualified students through the general scholarship funds of the University.

The Oscar Wolfe Engineering Scholarship was established in 2001 through a bequest from Anton O. Wolfe, Class of 1939, in memory of his father, Oscar Wolfe, Class of 1912. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are enrolled in the College of Engineering.

The Wynee Wong Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005 by her mother, Ellen C. Wong, and her family and by friends. The scholarship fund honors the memory of this 2004 graduate of Bucknell by continuing the financial aid Wynee received as a Bucknell student. This scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, and without other restriction.

The Thomas '05 and Blanch Stoner Wood '05 and son, James Wood '43, Scholarship was established in 1999 by members of the Wood family. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for students who have achieved academic excellence in high school.

The Robert B. Woolhouse Scholarship was established in 2000 under a deferred gift plan funded by Robert B. Woodhouse, Class of 1951. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The William W. and Myrtle E. Woolhouse Scholarship was established in memory of his parents, under a deferred gift plan funded in 2000 by Robert B. Woolhouse, Class of 1951. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Audley C. Wynkoop Scholarship was established by Claire Wynkoop Carlson, Class of 1949, in memory of her father, the income to be used for a deserving engineering student chosen by the dean of the College of Engineering, acting upon the recommendations of the Bucknell University Scholarship Committee.

The Paul M. Wythes Jr. Class of 1990 Scholarship was established in 1990 in his honor by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Wythes. The scholarship award will be made annually without restriction to financially deserving undergraduates.

The M. David Yamamoto Scholarship was established in memory of David Yamamoto, M.A. 1957, by his wife, T. Atsuko Yamamoto, M.A. 1956, and friends. Awards from this fund will be made available to students with demonstrated financial need enrolled in the Japanese Studies program.

The William '70 and Lois Yeomans Scholarship was established in 2005 by Clifford K. "Mickey" Melberger, Class of 1961, and his wife, Ruth B. Melberger, in honor of his sister and brother-in-law. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

The Zafirovski Family Scholarship was established in 2004 by Robin Gale Zafirovski, Class of 1979, and Mike Zafirovski. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference for incoming first-year students who have participated in varsity athletics and have demonstrated outstanding leadership and involvement in their high schools and communities.

The Zaharchuk Family Scholarship was established in 2001 by John J. and Susan Haines Zaharchuk, both members of the Class of 1981. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need with preference given to students from southeastern Pennsylvania.

The Herman E. and Gertrude J. Zehner Memorial Scholarship was established by Betty J. Zehner, in memory of her father, Class of 1913, and her mother. Preference for the scholarship award will be given to students majoring in chemical engineering or chemistry, who participate in athletics on the varsity, club, intramural, or recreational level, and are in good academic standing.

The John F. and Martha H. Zeller Scholarship was established in 2005 by the Charles B. Degenstein Foundation and its officers. The scholarship honors John F. Zeller III, a member of Bucknell's Class of 1941, acting president and long-time senior administrator and general counsel for Bucknell University, and his wife, Martha H. Zeller, a valued member of the Bucknell family. The scholarship shall be awarded to students without restriction.

The Susan Penecale Zolla Scholarship was established in 2000 by Susan P. Zolla, Class of 1968, and her husband, Edward M. Zolla. The scholarship shall be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference going to students from the West Coast who graduated from a public high school.

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