Awarded to: A student who has demonstrated skills and interest in the development of quality technical theatre in areas of costume design, technology or makeup.
Nature of the Award: An award of $500, award presented to the student to be used for tuition, related to academic pursuits, or expenses related to future projects in costume or makeup.
Procedure: Nomination and/or applications for the award can be made in writing by any student or faculty member which will be accompanied by written statements describing the achievement and appropriate goals of the nominee/applicant.
The Department scholarship committee shall consider all nominees/applicants to determine the recipient, based on stated criteria and university guidelines for eligibility.
The award shall be presented at an appropriate public event, such as the Department awards banquet.
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