School of Applied Sciences

The University of Mississippi

Scholarships

The Louise Burnette Scholarship Endowment was established in 1979 by the Department of Home Economics (now the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences) of The University of Mississippi. Recipient shall be a family and consumer sciences major who exemplifies the ideals of Louise Burnette through academic achievement, outstanding qualities of leadership, and a dedication to the field of family and consumer sciences as a vocation.

The Lance Duvall Park And Recreation Management Endowment was established in 2000 by the Division of Park and Recreation Management in the Department of Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management. Recipient shall be a full-time student as selected by the faculty of park and recreation management.

The Gloria Dodwell Kellum Council Scholarship Endowment was established in 2004 by friends and family of Dr. Gloria D. Kellum. Selection of recipient shall be made by the Ole Miss Women’s Council Scholarship Selection Committee. Recipients shall be full-time students who are chosen on the basis of demonstrated academic ability and leadership potential.

The Robert Guy Millis Scholarshp Endowment was established in 2004 by Allan Millis in honor of Robert Guy Millis. Recipient shall be a full-time junior or senior or graduate student enrolled in the School of Applied Sciences and majoring in communicative disorders with special emphases in speech language pathology or audiology and shall be a Mississippi resident.

The Patricia Ann Ridgway Memorial Scholarship Program In Communicative Disorders was established in 1981 by Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryant Ridgway; awarded annually to students who demonstrate exceptional achievement and professional development in communicative disorders.

The Marianne B. Tillman Scholarship In Speech & Language Pathology was established in 2000 by Larry J. Tillman of Signal Mountain, Tennessee. Recipients shall be full-time students who are pursuing a major within the Department of Communicative Disorders; and who demonstrate exceptional achievement and professional development in the area of speech and language pathology.

The Candice O. Walker Memorial Scholarship Endowment was established in 2005 by family and friends represented by Courtney Walker and Precious Taylor. Recipient shall be a full-time student with a GPA ranging from 2.5-3.0. First preference shall be given to a junior college transfer student majoring in communicative disorders. Second preference shall be given to any student majoring in communicative disorders. Third preference shall be given to any junior college transfer student.