The Betty Evans Shakespeare Scholarship was established by the Dr. Betty Evans Estate to honor the memory of this former professor of Central Washington University's Department of Theatre Arts. (anticipated every other academic year)
Amount: Up to $35,000 (Thirty-five thousand dollars) for the academic year is available to fund a worthy project of one year's residency as described below. (If no project is selected the competition will be renewed the following year.)
The Betty Evans Shakespeare Scholarship shall be given to a full-time theatre major who demonstrates superior scholastic and creative achievement and is enrolled at Central Washington University, with the following stipulations:
The scholarship may be awarded for a period of two academic years or for one full-year intensive program and may provide for the payment of tuition, fees, books, and room and board in an amount to be predetermined by the Department. Travel costs to England will not be funded; however the return fare back to the United States may be paid. Those awarded a scholarship will not receive funds directly; all funds will be retained and distributed by the CWU Foundation.
Applicants must submit a detailed plan for research/creative project activity by General Scholarship Deadlines. This plan must include the following:
Application Deadline: November 1, 2013
Deliver complete application package to:
Betty Evans Scholarship Application
CWU Theatre Arts MS 7460
400 E University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7460
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