Meet Our Winners
Amanda Adams - J. Wilkes Berry Scholarship Spring / Fall 2020
Amanda is the Fieldwork Secretary for the School of Occupational Therapy. She will graduate in 2021 with a BA in English with a concentration in Literature and a minor in Marketing. She hopes to pursue an MA in Publishing after graduation. Currently, she is an officer in three honor societies on campus and is an active member of TWU's Honors Scholar Program. In her free time, she loves spending time with her dogs, Tiny and Ivy, and with her family. She also enjoys reading books, baking, watching movies, and going to concerts with her sisters. She loves TWU and the Occupational Therapy department and she is honored to be receiving the J. Wilkes Berry Scholarship!
ASSET scholarship is awarded every spring for the fall semester to a permanent full-time or permanent part-time TWU staff member enrolled in undergraduate or graduate courses at TWU during the fall semester. Applicants do not have to be members of ASSET to be eligible for the scholarship.
- Must submit a complete application packet, which includes:
- Have been employed at least three consecutive months by the start of the fall term;
- Be a student in good standing if he/she has previously enrolled at TWU. New students must meet normal admission standards and should submit an application with this request, if one has not already been submitted.
J. Wilkes Berry, Ph.D. Memorial Endowment Fund Scholarship
The J. Wilkes Berry scholarship is awarded in the fall for the spring semester to a permanent full-time or permanent part-time TWU staff member enrolled in undergraduate or graduate courses. However, first priority will be given to those seeking a baccalaureate degree.
Applicants do not have to be members of ASSET to be eligible for the scholarship.
Deadline – November 29, 2019 @ 5:00 PM. Applications that are incomplete received by or after the deadline will not be considered for the scholarship.
Complete J. Wilkes Berry Scholarship application, which includes:
- The application
- An essay of approximately 250-300 words concerning his/her academic interests, professional goals, and work experience to demonstrate his/her ability and commitment to his/her chosen field of study. The essay should be clear, use succinct sentences and appropriate grammar and style.
- Three (3) recommendations using the J. Wilkes Berry recommendation form
- Be a full time or part-time permanent TWU employee (NOTE: Graduate Assistants are not eligible);
- Must have been employed at least three consecutive months by the start of the spring term;
- Be a student in good standing if he/she has previously enrolled at TWU. New students must meet normal admission standards and should submit an application with this request if one has not already been submitted.
Return all materials by the deadline to:
ASSET Scholarship Committee Chair
Deadline: November 29, 2019
Personal Development Award (PDA)
The Personal Development Award is awarded in the fall and can be used anytime during the academic year. Only ASSET members are eligible for this award.
- Must be a current member;
- Must have been a member of ASSET for one year and participated in three activities (bake sale, craft show, Adopt A Spot, hosted a meeting, attended a meeting, etc.) the previous year;
- Must submit Professional Development Award application for a drawing;
- Must bring the information about the event to the board in advance of attendance;
- Must attend the event within one year of being awarded the money;
- Must give a presentation or give handouts at general meeting after attending the event.
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