Brython Davis Fellowship
The Brython Davis Fellowship is intended to provide support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise. For the 2012-2013 cycle, each awardee will receive a total stipend of $6,000 for the spring 2012 quarter. Preference will be given to those students who have not previously received this award. Students must be enrolled full-time (in a minimum of 12 units) in the spring 2013 academic quarter. Please note that this award cannot be deferred to a subsequent year.
The awardee can choose to receive the award as payment of fees, stipend or a combination of both.
To be eligible for the Brython Davis Fellowship, one of the applicant's parents must currently be, or have been, a regular member of either the United States Navy or Marine Corps.
To be considered, all individual student applications must include the following:
- A completed Brython Davis Fellowship Application Form
- The student's current Curriculum Vitae;
- A cover letter specifying the student's relationship with the U.S. Armed Forces member; and
- Photocopies of the respective member's active duty documents or honorable discharge papers
Applications must be submitted by the student. Please contact Susan Bertram with any questions.
- Student is to complete the application form, obtain the signature of the Graduate Associate Dean in respective school and send it to Susan Bertram along with the following:
- Documentation proving parent's Navy/Marine current or past service
- Retired or honorably discharged members qualify; Members of the Reserve or dishonorably discharged members do not qualify
- Copy of student's US passport or other official picture identification
- A letter of support from student's academic advisor or department chair
- Student's current Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of relationship to the member of the US Navy or Marines. Adopted or step relationship is acceptable, but must be documented
- Incomplete application packets will not be reviewed
- No exceptions to this deadline will be considered
Contact Susan Bertram with any questions.
November 7, 2012.