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Scholarships

The following list of scholarships was created by donations from individuals and organizations for students of the College of Business (COB). The FAU Foundation and the Dean's Office administer the scholarships once per year at the start of the Fall Semester. Some scholarships are made from the interest accrued on endowed funds. The scholarships may be expendable or endowments. Therefore, each scholarship fund is reviewed and awarded on a case by case basis.

Awards to scholarship recipients are received via email approximately one month after the application window closes. Students are responsible for checking their emails and meeting deadlines to respond with a thank you note to the donor. Failure to follow this procedure will result forfeiting the scholarship.

The next awarding period will be at the beginning of the fall semester and all current College of Business students will receive a notification via email.

Getting Started:

The scholarship application must be filled out by the FAU College of Business student. One application allows you to apply for all the scholarships that the College of Business offers. Students are required to submit an essay about their community involvement and student involvement/leadership while in college.

General Scholarships Awarded by the COB Scholarship Committee

*To be considered for these scholarships, the student must fill out the Scholarship Application Form available on line.

Barzilay Scholarship

Established in 1972 by the Barzilay Foundation, this scholarship is awarded to Broward Community College transfer students enrolled in the College of Business. The recipient is awarded the scholarship for two years.

Bok Scholarship in Business

Established by Robert and Diane Bok, both 1980 graduates of FAU. This scholarship is awarded to students with financial need in the College of Business who demonstrate high academic performance and who are not being considered for any other scholarships.

Business General Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded on an annual basis to provide assistance to students at FAU. These one-time, expendable awards will be made using the following criteria:

  • Awarded to students enrolled in the College of Business at FAU.
  • Minimum 3.2 GPA to be eligible for the award.
  • $2,500 awarded annually per student.
  • Recipient must have interest in bank or financial institute.
  • Recipient must show financial need to be considered.

Dr. William T. Ryan Scholarship Fund

Established in the memory of late FAU Professor, Dr. William T. Ryan, who taught in the College of Business for over thirty years. Recipients of this award must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA to be eligible for the award.
  • Must be in good academic standing.
  • Must show financial need.

FAU Business Leader of the Year Scholars Program

These scholarships are dollars raised from the FAU Business Leader of the Year annual event. These scholarships provide assistance to students at FAU. These one-time, expendable awards will be made using the following criteria:

  • Awarded to students enrolled in the College of Business at FAU
  • Minimum 3.25 GPA to be eligible for the award
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities through service.

Florida Grocery Manufacturers’ Representatives Association

  • The initial deposit is $4,000 with $2,000 to be awarded in the Fall and Spring to a student(s) (honors preferably) with an interest in packaging/marketing/food industry (major undefined).
  • Applicants must submit an essay based on their interest in the field of consumer packaged goods and the food industry. Recipient chosen by college. Winning essay to be forwarded to Association.
  • Recipient is encouraged to attend at least one FGMRA networking function (the FGMRA may provide funding for student to travel and attend).
  • Full time student; junior or higher.
  • GPA of 3.3 or above and in good standing at the college.

FPL Fund

This scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a student who is enrolled in the College of Business at FAU. The scholarship shall be awarded to support the student’s tuition and shall be subject to the following conditions

  • Minimum 3.25 GPA to be eligible for the award
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities through service

Frances and Victor Ginsberg Scholarship Fund

Established in 1991 by Dr. Victor Ginsberg, a 1987 FAU alumnus, and the Ginsberg Charitable Trust. An annual award is available for four years to a student enrolled in the College of Business who demonstrates financial need.

Greater Boca Raton Estate Planning Council – Michael Gersten Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1986 by the Greater Boca Raton Estate Planning Council, and renamed in memory of Palm Beach County judge, Michael Gersten in 1995. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate or graduate student studying finance, accounting or estate planning.

Haychel Gomez Melli and Patrick Melli Scholarship

Established in 1999 by Haychel and Patrick Melli. This scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in the College of Business and is based on academic merit (a minimum 3.0 GPA) and financial need. Preference is given to Latin women living in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach counties.

JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded for one academic year to a full time student enrolled at the University in the College of Business. The recipient of the scholarship shall be determined based on merit, having a minimum GPA of 3.0 and verifiable financial need, with no reference to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or handicap.

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA to be eligible for the award.
  • Demonstrate verifiable financial need.
  • Must be a full-time student.

Juanita Brown Scholarship

Established in 2000 by Stanley Brown and friends, in memory and honor of Dr. Juanita Brown, a professor of marketing. This scholarship is awarded to degree-seeking students in the College of Business who maintain a 3.25 GPA.

Katz General Scholarship

Established by retired FAU professor Dr. Alvin Katz and his wife, Lenore. This annual award is presented to College of Business students who are single parents and demonstrate excellent academic achievement and financial need.

Minto Communities Scholarship

Established in 2006 by Minto Communities, Inc. to annually provide four equal scholarships to part time or full time students enrolled in marketing, real estate, architecture and civil engineering. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • Florida resident.
  • Junior or Senior Status.
  • Verifiable financial need.

Robert M. and Nadine A. Fitzgerald Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Robert and Nadine Fitzgerald to provide scholarship opportunities to degree-seeking, part or full-time students who have a GPA of 3.8 or higher. It is not renewable.

Rose Memorial Scholarship

Established by Mrs. Charles Rose in memory of her husband, this scholarship is awarded to outstanding students in the College of Business.

State Farm Insurance Companies Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students completing a "certificate in insurance studies".

  • Full-time juniors or seniors
  • Minimum 3.5 or above GPA to be eligible for the award
  • Interested in a career path in the insurance industry

Virginia and Douglas Stewart Business Scholarship

This scholarship was created to provide scholarships to students in the College of Business in memory of Douglas E. Stewart and Virginia E. Stewart and in appreciation of Professor Gary A. Luing.

Walter N. Gaeser Memorial Business Freshman Scholarship

Awarded to freshman Business student demonstrating financial need.

William E. Pollier Scholarship

Established in 1987 by Mrs. B.B. Pollier in honor and memory of her son, William, a former FAU staff member. The award is given to an outstanding, graduating senior enrolled in the College of Business who will continue as a full-time student in a master’s program.

Business Ethics Scholarships

Edward E. Shoaf Ethics Scholarship

Established by Hilda Krinzman, this scholarship is awarded to full-time students who have completed a course in Business Law or Advanced Business Law or a course studying the ethical environment of business. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 or above GPA to be eligible for this award.
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • show community service
  • recipient must have completed BUL 4442 (Ethical Environment of Business Law) or equivalent

Hilda A. Krinzman Ethics Scholarship Fund

Established by Hilda Krinzman, this scholarship is awarded to full-time students who have completed a course in Business Law or Advanced Business Law or a course studying the ethical environment of business. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 or above GPA to be eligible for this award.
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • show community service
  • recipient must have completed BUL 4442 (Ethical Environment of Business Law) or equivalent

Lee J. and Esther S. Steindel Ethics Scholarship

This business ethics scholarship was established from the estate of the Steindels in 2000. Scholarships are awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial need. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 or above GPA to be eligible for this award.
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • show community service
  • recipient must have completed BUL 4442 (Ethical Environment of Business Law) or equivalent

Mildred A. Becker Ethics Scholarship

Established by the estate of Mildred A. Becker to help a full-time student in the College of Business. Recipient must be a U.S. citizen, show financial need and have high academic standards. Applicant must have completed the three-credit Business Law course or an equivalent and also be involved in community service.

Virginia and Douglas Stewart Business Ethics Scholarship

Established in 2000 by the Virginia and Douglas Stewart Trust. Scholarships are awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial need. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 or above GPA to be eligible for this award.
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • show community service
  • recipient must have completed BUL 4442 (Ethical Environment of Business Law) or equivalent

Welcom H. Watson Ethics Scholarship

Established by friends in honor of “Hank” Watson and awarded to full-time students enrolled in the College of Business. The recipient(s) of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 2.5 or above GPA to be eligible for this award.
  • Broward County resident
  • must demonstrate financial need
  • show community service
  • recipient must have completed BUL 4442 (Ethical Environment of Business Law) or equivalent

Economics Department Scholarships

The Economics Department has a limited number of awards available depending on funds availability. The following are the more frequently awarded scholarships. Students are nominated by faculty in the department.

Maale, Feuerlein & Redman Award for Excellence in Economic Principles $1,800 in fund

This fund was created to honor faculty members Aileen D. Maale, Willy J. Feuerlein and Milton B. Redman and is awarded to exceptional students studying economic principles. The recipient(s) of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.4 or above GPA to be eligible for the award
  • Completed at least 40 upper division credits

Management & Entrepreneurial Studies Scholarships

The Boyer Scholarship for Women in Entrepreneurial Studies

To encourage women entrepreneurs, Dr. Dennis Boyer, a longtime supporter of FAU’s entrepreneurship center, current faculty member, and active entrepreneur, has generously created a scholarship program. The goal of the scholarship is to attract more women into the entrepreneurship program as well as to retain those currently in it. $1,000 is available per successful applicant.

H. John Bernardin Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is awarded in the spring to a student who has a GPA of 3.5 and above. The recipient must be at least a Junior, demonstrate financial need and must be a full time student in Management. $500 is available per successful applicant.

In Good Company Scholarship Fund

$1,000 is awarded in the fall and spring to undergraduate and graduate full-time students.

  • Involved in community service
  • Minimum 3.0 or above GPA to be eligible for the award
  • Enrolled in entrepreneurship class

Louis J. Prenner Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1995 by Louis Prenner. This scholarship is awarded to a student who has a minimum 3.0 GPA and an emphasis in entrepreneurial studies. Involvement in extracurricular activities will be considered.

Suheyla Gencsoy Spirit of Freedom Scholarship

This scholarship was created by Suheyla Gencsoy to be awarded to students enrolled in the international business program. Preference is given to students who hold an interest in Turkish studies. The recipient must be a graduate of an American or Turkish High School, be fluent in English, and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. A preference is given to students who show verifiable financial need. This scholarship is renewable if the student maintains this GPA.

Finance Scholarships

Commercial Real Estate for Women Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is to be awarded to a female student in her senior year at FAU. Student must be resident of Broward County or Palm Beach County; who has completed & passed two real estate courses at FAU; who has completed the required essay.

Health Administration Scholarships

These scholarships are managed by the Health Administration Program. In addition to the ones listed below, several one-time scholarships have been given in the past. Some scholarships are offered that are not from Foundation funds: Health Administration Program Scholarships, Health Administration Alumni Club Awards, and Health Administration Leadership Awards. The student should check with the Program Director for further information: Fleming 314 or awhiteman@fau.edu.

Dr. Robert Hays Memorial Scholarship

Established by Lynn and Betty Hays in memory of their husband and son, this scholarship is awarded to support undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Health Administration. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum of nine credit hours
  • Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Employed at least 10 hours per week

Gerontology Certificate Scholarship

This fund is to support scholarships for the Gerontology Certificate Program. Specific Criteria for awarding scholarships were set: Student has to have taken and satisfactorily completed one course in the program, have financial need, show evidence of scholarship and have a career path towards gerontology. Applications would be one page, addressing all four criteria with Advisory Committee evaluating all applications submitted. Amount of scholarship award for each student applying would not exceed $500 a year, which represents 20% of total cost of program for Florida residents.

Helen L. Prenner Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1995 by Louis Prenner in honor of his wife, Helen. This scholarship is awarded to students currently enrolled in the health administration program with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Extracurricular activities, family and employment obligations are also considered.

North Broward Hospital District Scholarship Endowment

This scholarship is awarded to a student who resides in Broward County.

  • Students must have a 3.0 GPA.
  • Awarded by Health Administration Department.

Hospitality Management Scholarships

American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AH&LEF) - Americas Lodging Investment Summit Scholarship (ALIS) Fund

This scholarship is awarded to students that are enrolled full time (12 credit hours) in a hospitality related degree-granting program, have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, and are a US citizen or permanent resident. Award winners will be titled ALIS SCHOLARS.

The HSMAI South Florida - Dr. Peter Ricci Scholarship

The HSMAI South Florida Chapter is now accepting Dr. Peter Ricci scholarship applications from students pursuing careers in hospitality sales and marketing, general hospitality management or revenue management. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and complete eligibility criteria and requirements are outlined on the HSMAI South Florida website: http://connect.hsmai.org/SouthFlorida/scholarship11

The scholarship fund offers students enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate hospitality degree program throughout any of the South Florida educational institutions an opportunity to receive financial assistance based on the merit of their application and personal achievements.

Scholarships will be awarded based on merit in two categories and the student must be enrolled at a college or university located in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach Counties. Upon award of the scholarship, the student may elect to have the funds directly forwarded to the educational institution to be used toward their tuition for the semester or to be used to purchase books, supplies and or toward room and board. Award amounts issued will be a minimum of $1,500.

A minimum 2.8 GPA, 2 letters of recommendation, and the pursuit of a bachelor's degree in hospitality or tourism management are minimum requirements. For specific details, please visit: http://connect.hsmai.org/SouthFlorida/scholarship11

Palm Beach County Hotel & Lodging Association

The Association has been pleased to present a number of scholarships each year to students residing in Palm Beach County, perhaps working in a member hotel, resort or motel, and attending either full or part-time courses at a college or technical center.

We would like to do this again and to present these scholarships at our President's Luncheon and Scholarship Awards at the Association's Annual Hotel Day in October, 2016, at the West Palm Beach Marriott.

The candidates will be required to meet the following criteria, with the recommendations of the instructor at the learning institution and the general manager/human resource director of the member hotel or motel:

  • Be a Palm Beach County resident.
  • Accepted to or attending a Palm Beach County institution or attending classes in Palm Beach County with a major concentration of academic work in the hospitality field.
  • Exhibit motivation for the hospitality industry, i.e., work experience, etc.
  • Financial need.
  • Academic record, maintaining at least a 2.5 G.P.R. (if applicable).
  • Be recommended by the faculty of the institution.
  • Complete the scholarship application and submit to the Association.

Information Technology & Operations Management Scholarships

NAPM Scholarship

National Association of Purchasing Managers Inc., (NAPM), an affiliate of Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISM) Supply Chain management Educational Scholarship.

The Supply Chain Management Scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a student enrolled in the College of Business. It is awarded for one academic year but may be renewed upon availability of funding and satisfactory progress by the recipient. Criteria for award: 1) College of Business (COB) student with a minimum GPA of 3.0; 2) COB student qualified as financially needy; 3) COB student who minors in the 12 credit Operations Management Minor of and enrolls in the following courses: ISM 3116 – Introduction to Business Intelligence; MAN 4597 Global Supply Chain Management; MAN 4583 Project Management; and MAN 4029 Service Operations.

Supply Chain Management Educational Scholarship

This scholarship fund was established to provide educational opportunities to students of the Coll. of Business is awarded on an annual basis to a student enrolled in College of Business. The recipient(s) of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 or above GPA to be eligible
  • Business major with a minor in Operations Management with emphasis on supply chain management
  • must demonstrate financial need

Marketing Department Scholarships

Bernard Kozel & Molly F. Kozel Endowed Scholarship

Awarded by Marketing Department to a female student majoring in Marketing.

John and Molly Foreman Scholarship

Established by Molly Foreman and her husband, the late John Foreman. The award is given to a student enrolled in the College of Business who is interested in marketing. Preference is given to female students.

Minto Communications Scholarship

Established in 2006 by Minto Communities, Inc. to annually provide four equal scholarships to part time or full time students enrolled in marketing, real estate, architecture and civil engineering. The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 3.0 or above GPA to be eligible
  • Florida resident.
  • Junior or Senior Status
  • Verifiable financial aid

Zimmerman Endowed Scholarship Fund

Awarded to students enrolled in Business, GPA of 3.25 or above. Must demonstrate leadership qualities through service. Expected to demonstrate excellence in attendance and provide letter of recommendation from FAU faculty indicating excellent class attendance.

School of Accounting Scholarships

American Women's Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) CPA Review Course Scholarship

Amount: CPA Review Course tuition credit (for all or part of a CPA exam review course)

Funds Distributed: In summer, usually May or August. Recipients may be invited to attend a designated AWSCPA meeting to receive the credit.

Criteria: Female. US Citizen or Permanent Resident. South Florida resident or attend a South Florida school. Eligible to sit for the CPA exam in the year the credit is received.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Nominees will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be required to complete a hard copy AWSCPA application in early Spring. Recipients will be chosen by the AWSCPA.

American Women's Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) E. Jean Myers Memorial Scholarship

Funds Distributed: In summer, usually May or August. Recipients may be invited to attend a designated AWSCPA meeting to receive the funds.

Criteria: Female. US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Approaching 4th or 5th year in accounting degree. South Florida resident or attend a South Florida school.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Nominees will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be required to complete a hard copy AWSCPA application in early Spring. Recipients will be chosen by the AWSCPA.

Barbara L. and Harrison Newman Scholarship

Established in 1984 by Harrison Newman. This scholarship is awarded to students with financial need who are in their fifth year of studies in the College of Business School of Accounting.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Broward Chapter Elan Barenboim Scholarship

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline. Recipients may be invited to attend an FICPA Broward Chapter meeting, usually during the following Fall term.

Criteria: Permanent resident of Broward county. Completed ACG 2021 and ACG 2071 with a grade of B or better. Minimum 3.0 Overall GPA. Plans to be a CPA in the state of Florida.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Broward Chapter Endowed Scholarship

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline.

Criteria: Live or work in Broward County. In Junior year or above in accounting major. Selection based on academic achievement with consideration for extracurricular activities, including employment or service in the accounting profession.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Educational Foundation 1040K Scholarship

Funds Distributed: In April at the 1040K Race in the Miami area (but you do not have to run in the race). Must attend this designated FICPA event to receive the funds.

Criteria: African-American. US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Permanent resident of Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe, or Palm Beach county. Full-time student. In 4th or 5th year of accounting degree. Working toward the 150 credit hours to become a CPA. Will be enrolled at FAU in the Fall term during the year after the student is nominated. Plan to work as a CPA in Florida. Financial need. Membership in the FICPA is required (student membership is free).

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Nominees will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be required to complete a hard copy FICPA application and submit official transcripts in early Spring. Recipients will be chosen by the FICPA.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Educational Foundation EDF Scholarship

Funds Distributed: During the Fall term the year after the student is nominated. Must attend a designated FICPA meeting to receive the funds.

Criteria: US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Permanent resident of Florida. Full-time student preferred. In 4th or 5th year of accounting degree. Working toward the 150 credit hours to become a CPA. Will be enrolled at FAU in the Fall term during the year after the student is nominated. Plan to work as a CPA in Florida. Financial need. Membership in the FICPA is required (student membership is free).

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Nominees will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be required to complete a hard copy FICPA application and submit official transcripts in early Spring. Recipients will be chosen by the FICPA.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Educational Foundation Walter A. Friedly Memorial Scholarship

Funds Distributed: During the Fall term the year after the student is nominated. Funds will be sent to the recipient via certified mail.

Criteria: US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Permanent resident of Broward county. Full-time student preferred. In 4th or 5th year of accounting degree. Working toward the 150 credit hours to become a CPA. Will be enrolled at FAU in the Fall term during the year after the student is nominated. Plan to work as a CPA in Florida. Financial need certified by the FAU Office of Student Financial Aid. Membership in the FICPA is preferred (student membership is free).

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Nominees will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be required to complete a hard copy FICPA application and submit official transcripts in early Spring. Nominees will also be required to authorize a Financial Need Certification from the FAU Office of Student Financial Aid. Recipients will be chosen by the FICPA.

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) Sailfish Chapter Top Scholar Award

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline. Recipients may be invited to attend an FICPA Sailfish Chapter meeting, usually during the following Fall term.

Criteria: Permanent resident of Martin, St. Lucie, or Indian River county. Completed at least 69 credit hours with demonstrated progress toward an undergraduate accounting degree. Minimum 2.5 Overall GPA. Minimum 3.0 Upper Division Accounting GPA.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Henri de Roche Memorial Scholarship

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline.

Criteria: Minimum 3.5 Overall GPA. In Senior year or above in accounting major. Preference given to students with the highest Overall GPA, with secondary consideration for involvement in School of Accounting organizations and activities.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Ken P. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline.

Criteria: Minimum 3.0 Overall GPA. In Junior year or above in accounting major. Full-time student. Must be a member of the Accounting Students Association (ASA). Preference given to ASA Officers.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Paul Zelenkofske Accounting Scholarship

Funds Distributed: Into the student's FAU account usually within three months after the application deadline.

Criteria: In the 3rd, 4th, or 5th year of accounting degree. Preference given to non-traditional older students who are working to support themselves. Must have unmet financial need as determined by the FAU Office of Student Financial Aid.

Process: Complete the Scholarship Application using the link at the right. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee.

Rosalie Premuroso Scholarship Endowment Fund

This endowment is named after the mother of Ronald F. Premuroso, Ph.D., CPA, who was an important part of Dr. Premuroso's development and who passed away at a young age from cancer. Dr. Premuroso received his Ph.D. in Philosophy, with a concentration in accounting, from the School of Accounting in 2008. This award provides scholarships for Ph.D. candidates in the School of Accounting. To ensure candidates have the funding for scholarly research and attendance at important academic conferences.

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