Grants and Scholarship

Boettcher Scholarship–2015 to 2019

  • Four year fully funded at any Colorado University
  • Included tuition, stipend, and living costs
  • Additional International Enrichment Grant to fund year abroad in Sweden
  • Additional Education Enrichment Grant to fund program in Spain
  • More information here

Phi Beta Kappa Junior Inductee

  • “Best and brightest liberal arts and sciences undergraduates”
  • Based on merit achievement and dedication to the liberal arts
Professor Emeritus Dennis Barrett, president of PBK and founder of the research symposium May 2019

DU Political Science Outstanding Student–2019

  • Awarded by the University of Denver Political Science Department
  • $500 award

Kimmy Foundation Community Service Professional Award–2019

  • Awarded based on: “Past contributions to community service as a DU student and Future contributions to society via community service/engagement, including specific employment plans following graduation”
  • $5,000 award
  • More information here

Special Honors Funding–2019

  • Grant to present thesis at Midwestern Political Science Association in April 2019
  • $1000 reimbursement

Pi Sigma Alpha Honors Society–2018

DU Interterm Program Fee Scholarship–2018

  • Scholarship to offset tuition and programs costs of Rwanda in the Wake of Genocide Interterm Course
  • Awarded on the basis of academics and broader academic goals
  • $3,500 award

Cherrington Global Scholars Program–2016 to 2017

  • Stipend for Study Abroad Program travels
  • Reimbursement for visa application fees, residence permits, or permits to study, and foreign airport entry or exit fees
  • Cover any program fees
  • More information here

Boettcher Education Enrichment Grant–2016

  • Stipend for Summer Language Intensive in Santander, Spain to pay for room, board, materials, and program costs
  • $3,000 grant

Boettcher International Enrichment Grant–2016 to 2017

  • Stipend for academic year in Lund
  • Allocate my Boettcher Scholarship to Swedish Tuition Fees
  • $8,600 grant