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College of Community and Public Affairs
CONSTANCE COINER UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
APPLICATION FORM

The Coiner Scholarship is applied to tuition.

This scholarship honors Constance Coiner (1948-1996) who was a professor in the English Department at Binghamton University. Highly praised and evaluated by students, faculty and staff, she had particular interests in working-class and feminist studies, American literature, social justice and social change. Constance devoted much of her working life to infusing these themes into her teaching and scholarship and in embodying them in her roles as parent and activist.
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A personal essay must be attached which articulates

* The connections between academic achievement and social justice. Comment on how your academic and sociocultural experiences at Binghamton and your life's experiences have shaped you as an engaged citizen and how they have motivated you to act on ideals parallel to those of Constance. This must be 1000-1250 words (4-5 typed pages).
IN ADDITION: The applicant must submit a supportive statement from one Binghamton University faculty member.

* Applicant must
Be a full-time matriculated undergraduate senior student in the College of Community and Public Affairs
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Be enrolled full-time in the (upcoming) fall semester
* Have at least a 3.0 GPA
Show evidence of community and/or extracurricular involvement in activities reflecting a desire to promote social change.

Students seeking scholarship consideration must submit the scholarship application and essay by April 1. Applications may be returned to the CCPA Dean's Office, UDC-333 or mailed to:
CCPA Scholarship Committee
College of Community and Public Affairs
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

Application essays and student data information may also be e-mailed to the CCPA Scholarship Committee.

College of Community and Public Affairs
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

Phone: 607-777-5572
Fax: 607-777-2406
E-mail: mailto:rbrundeg@binghamton.edu

 

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Last Updated: 3/8/13