Endowed Scholarships & Gifts
The School of Accounting is fortunate to be supported by many organizations throughout the accounting community. Through the generosity of those listed below, our students are able to pursue greater levels of academic achievement.
Barbara L. Newman Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Accounting
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.
Clyde C. Looknanan Fund
Established by Dr. Veena Looknanan-Brown in memory of her father, Clyde C. Looknanan, who was a strong influence in her life. Scholarships from the fund will support scholarly research of Ph.D. students.
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants –Broward County Chapter
This annual award was created by the Florida Institute of CPAs – Broward County Chapter to provide annual scholarships to deserving students. Recipients must be degree seeking with a major in accounting, attained junior (or higher) status and live and work in Broward County. Selection is made on academic achievement with consideration for extracurricular activities, including employment or service in the accounting profession.
Ken Hoffman Memorial Scholarship
Established by Kay Worner in memory of her son Ken Hoffman, a graduate of FAU. To provide educational opportunities to students enrolled in the School of Accounting and who are members of the Accounting Students Association.
Paul Zelenkofske Accounting Scholarship
Established by Richard R. and Stacey Shavell and other family members in honor of Paul Zelenkofske (Stacey's father) to be awarded to older, non-traditional students in the School of Accounting who work to support themselves.
Rosalie Premuroso Scholarship
Established by Dr. Ronald F. Premuroso in memory of his mother Rosalie, who was a strong influence on his life and died of cancer at an early age. The scholarship will provide educational and research opportunities to Ph.D. students in the School of Accounting.
For information on how to contribute to the School of Accounting, please contact Dr. George Young (firstname.lastname@example.org; 561-297-3636).