Fellowships Available for SCCJ Graduate Students
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) is pleased to provide incoming and existing graduate students an opportunity to apply for a fellowship that will help support their education. The SCCJ established these fellowships in honor and memory of professors who taught for the SCCJ.
The Dennis Roncek Memorial Fellowship provides one or more fellowships to graduate students in criminology and criminal justice. The recipients may use these fellowship funds to offset costs of tuition, fees, books or other educational supplies.
The Dr. Benjamin Steiner Fellowship for Criminal Justice Professionals benefits a graduate student who is, or plans to be a working professional in the field of criminal justice during or prior to earning his/her master’s or doctoral degree.
Applications for both fellowships are due by February 1st. SCCJ graduate students interested in applying must do so via the UNO Scholarship Portal in MavLink. Questions regarding the application process can be directed to Dr. Gaylene Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story published 12/8/20