Princess Scholarship

                                                                      

 
The Pi Eta Delta Princess Scholarship provides financial support to women in the form of a book scholarship. The award serves as a reminder of advocacy and empowerment of women in addition to becoming leaders who demonstrate a commitment to community or public service. The award is given to a student-scholar who exemplifies these qualities and is currently enrolled in a doctoral degree program. With the commitment of the Delta Diamonds and wonderful supporters of our organization, we believe that our combined efforts assist women in achieving their academic goals.

Accepting Applications December 1, 2017 - February 28, 2018 with the award announced in April 2018.

Click the link to apply: PED-SA

 

2015-2016 Pi Eta Delta Princess Scholarship Recipient 


  

Meredith Francis ~ Doctoral candidate at Case Western Reserve University

Meredith Francis is a second-year doctoral student at the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of    Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. She has worked with several faculty members on research projects while at the Mandel School, including research on the social networks of women in recovery from addictions with Dr. Elizabeth Tracy, research on how prenatal exposure to cocaine affects the neurological and psychosocial development of adolescents with Dr. Sonia Minnes, and interdepartmental research on the impact of trauma on sleep for children and the implications for social work practice. Prior to returning to school, Meredith worked as a clinical social worker in a number of community mental health settings for 11 years. Meredith received her Masters of Social Work from Rutgers University in New Jersey, and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

 

2014-2015 Pi Eta Delta Princess Scholarship Recipient 


Coretta Butts ~ Doctoral candidate at Walden University

Coretta Paula Butts is a Walden University Public Policy PhD student specializing in the non-profit sector. She is expected to complete her degree by January 2016. Her dissertation topic centers on locating and examining successful re-entry programs for ex-convicts within the state of Florida. Currently, she is the Vice President of Ways & Means on Thompson Elementary School PTA Board and is also an active member of their Student Advisory Council (SAC).


 

 

Help us to continue supporting women who are in pursuit of an advanced degree by providing opportunities that focus on education and professional development. We thank you in advance for your continued support of our mission!

 

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