Public and Environmental Affairs

PEA

AFCS Ethics in Public Affairs Scholarship

Award amount: $1,100


AFCS Ethics in Public Affairs Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:

 
  1. Be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at UW-Green Bay with at least one remaining semester before degree completion;
  2. Submit an application essay written by the student, which is no more than two pages typed, and double-spaced; demonstrating engaged citizenship, leadership potential, and evidence of ethical (or "right" behavior in personal decision-making (not just "doing good things");
  3. A nominating letter from an instructor must be submitted on behalf of the student. This letter should be brief, and sent by the instructor by email to Professor David Helpap (helpapd@uwgb.edu).

Preference will be given to students who:
are studying or demonstrate a sincere interest in ethics as it pertains to the conduct of individuals, firms, non-profit organizations, and governmental entities;
have been involved with the Ethics in Business Awards process and/or its affiliated Ethics Forum;
are or intend to major in one or more interdisciplinary programs of the Public and Environmental Affairs (PEA) department.

The application deadline is April 3, 2017.


Email questions regarding this application to: 
Professor David Helpap, Director, Student Scholarships and Awards  
helpapd@uwgb.edu
Office location: MAC A319