On the front page: Student travel fund is memorial to Prof. Galt
Featured on the main UW-Green Bay homepage for more than a week has been a photo and story highlighting how the Tony Galt Student Travel Scholarship exists to support students interested in traveling abroad during their college career. The University lost Prof. Galt to cancer in 2005. He left a legacy of a much-honored, 34-year career teaching Social Change and Development, chairing the anthropology program, and achieving renown as an international scholar. In his memory, his wife, Janice, and son Alex established the scholarship in 2006. It awards one student per year a $2,500 scholarship for travel-abroad experiences such as studying at a foreign university, being involved in an independent study, or performing overseas research. If you haven’t seen it yet, click here.