Public and Environmental Affairs

PEA

Outstanding Student in PEA

Award amount: $500
 

Outstanding Student Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at UW-Green Bay with Junior or Senior standing and at least one remaining semester before degree completion;
  2. Have a declared major or minor in Public Administration, Environmental Policy and Planning, or Urban and Regional Studies;
  3. Have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.25 or higher at the time of application;
  4. Submit an application essay written by the student, which is no more than two pages typed, and double-spaced, demonstrating a significant interest in public or nonprofit service, or in environmental protection and stewardship;
  5. Submit a resume which exhibits the student's academic excellence, leadership potential and a commitment to serving others;
  6. Include a nominating letter from an instructor on behalf of the student. This letter should be brief, and sent by the instructor via email to Professor David Helpap (helpapd@uwgb.edu).

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

 

Portia Georgia

I am honored to be recognized as a finalist for the outstanding teaching assistant award 2012-2013. During my time as a PEA student I have been able to travel to over 13 countries, work with passionate and dedicated professors, and share my experiences with new students as a peer mentor. After graduation I hope to continue my education and work with a non-profit group building passive energy homes called Earthships in developing countries and then in the U.S.

PEA 2012-2013 Outstanding TA AwardPEA 2013-2014 Outstanding Student Award