Tag: Liberal Arts Essay Competition

Reminder: UW-Green Bay Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship deadline is Monday, Mar. 18

The UW-Green Bay Office of the Provost is pleased to announce the third annual Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition. This undergraduate essay competition aims to promote understanding of the purpose and value of a liberal arts and science education. The submission deadline is Monday, Mar. 18, 2019. Submissions must be sent electronically to the Provost’s Office […]

Submission for Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition is March 19

The UW-Green Bay Office of the Provost is holding the second annual Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition. This undergraduate essay competition aims to promote the understanding of the purpose and value of a liberal arts and science education. Any UW-Green Bay undergraduate student in academic good standing and plans to enroll at least half time for […]

First annual Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition

The UW-Green Bay Office of the Provost is sponsoring its first Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition. This undergraduate essay competition aims to promote understanding of the purpose and value of a liberal arts and science education. The submission deadline is March 10 and must be sent electronically to the Provost’s Office c/o Clifton Ganyard at […]

Winners of UW System Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship

UW System President Ray Cross has announced three undergraduate student winners of the annual UW System Liberal Arts Essay Scholarship Competition. This year’s essay prompt invited students to reflect on their own education in the context of the William Cronon essay, “Only Connect,” about the qualities that distinguish a liberally educated person. The three honorees […]

Students Cortright, Scheunemann advance in liberal arts essay competition

Students Laura Cortright and Lyssa Scheunemann have been selected as UW-Green Bay’s finalists in the 9th annual Liberal Arts Essay Competition sponsored by SAGLA — the UW System’s “System Advisory Group on the Liberal Arts.” Each will receive a $500 scholarship for the Fall 2014 semester, and have her work entered into the pool of […]