AFCS Ethics in Public Affairs Scholarship

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. This letter should be brief, and sent by the instructor by email to Professor David Helpap (

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;
  • Who are or intend to major in one or more interdisciplinary programs of the Public and Environmental Affairs (PEA) department.

Application Deadline: April 8, 2019.        Award of $800

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