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Kolasa - Zastrow Family Scholarship for Adult EducationAdult Education and Training alumna Ann Zastrow ('13) and her husband Jim believe passionately in the power of education to improve and enrich lives, inspired by the example set by their parents, all of whom were first generation college students and attended graduate school in mid-life. Norma Kolasa (b. 1934) earned a Master's degree in education at age 41 while working full-time and raising four children, three of whom were teenagers at the time. Frank Kolasa (b. 1932) attended law school full-time at night while working full-time as an insurance executive and raising those same four children, completing his JD at age 49. Sylvia Zastrow Schmitt (b. 1924) completed her PhD at age 50, having been widowed with two children, one in high school and one in college. These examples, coupled with Ann's own positive experience at Colorado State as a returning graduate student (MEd in 2013) inspired she and Jim to honor their parents by establishing this scholarship
HHS Students First ScholarshipThe College of Health and Human Sciences Students First Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students in the College with high scholastic standing. This scholarship will be divided with a minimum award of $1,000 among top students in each of the undergraduate majors in the College, as selected by the scholarship committees.
Tex Anderson and Family ScholarshipTex and Joyce Anderson are part of a four-generation legacy at Colorado State University. Tex earned two degrees and was a faculty member and department head for the Department of Vocational Education, now the School of Education, for 33 years. Their sons Tod and Brett are CSU alumni, and grandson A.J. is a current student. The Anderson family has continued its significant investment and commitment to educational access and success by establishing the Tex Anderson and Family Scholarship endowment, to benefit teacher licensure students.
Pearle E. Betts Graduate ScholarshipThe Pearle E. Betts Graduate Scholarship was established when Ms. Betts, a 1939 graduate of Colorado State University, bequeathed her entire estate to the University. Ms. Betts earned an M.S. degree in Vocational Homemaking and had a long career teaching high school Home Economics classes.
L. Sharon Blocker Memorial ScholarshipThe L. Sharon Blocker Memorial Scholarship is presented in memory of Dr. Blocker, a faculty member in the School of Education from 1990-97, who was instrumental in starting the first Partnership School relationship in Fort Collins. Partnership Schools pair with the Colorado State teacher training program to provide hands-on experiential learning for student teachers. Recipients must be senior or post-baccalaureate students enrolled in the Teacher Licensure Program, be in their student teaching year, maintain a 3.0 GPA, show financial need, and demonstrate community involvement (volunteer work with at-risk youth preferred).
Chamberlain Family Graduate ScholarshipThe Chamberlain Family Graduate Scholarship is given in honor of the Logan Chamberlain family. Logan received his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development in the College of Health and Human Sciences. The award is given to graduate students in any major in the College of Health and Human Sciences, who demonstrate financial need, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and are thesis or doctoral candidates working on research with a practical application. Non-traditional aged students are encouraged to apply.
Jessica Chapel Dean ScholarshipThis fund was created by the parents of Jessica Chapel Dean, who had tremendous success in her academic life. After studying at CSU, she chose to follow her passion and pursued a career in elementary education, becoming a talented educator.
Columbine Health Systems Undergraduate ScholarshipThe Columbine Health Systems Undergraduate Scholarship is given by Mr. J. Robert Wilson, owner of Columbine Health Systems, a locally owned and operated health system. Awards are given to undergraduate students who are enrolled in the gerontology interdisciplinary minor. Recipients must retain a minimum 3.0 GPA and show University or community service.
Columbine Health Systems Graduate ScholarshipThe Columbine Health Systems Graduate Scholarship is given by Mr. J. Robert Wilson, owner of Columbine Health Systems, a locally owned and operated health system. Awards are given to graduate students who are interested in a career in the field of aging. Recipients must retain a minimum 3.0 GPA and show University or community service.
L. L. Gibbons ScholarshipThe L. L. Gibbons was established by family, colleagues, and students in honor of Mr. Gibbons, who served as department head of Industrial Sciences for 11 of the 24 years he taught at Colorado State. It is awarded to students pursuing teacher licensure in a career and technical related content area or an adult education and training Master's, based on grade point average and scholastic achievement.