Robert J. Stevenson Scholarship
Sponsored by the Robert J. Stevenson Memorial Fund
The Robert J. Stevenson Scholarship has been established by the Leadership Foundation for Teacher Education of the Association of Teacher Educators with major contribution from the Stevenson family to assist a classroom teacher working towards an advanced degree to enhance teacher leadership skills through the study of teaching. Applicants taking coursework leading to National Board of Professional Teaching Standards certification are encouraged to apply, as are those engaged in the study of curriculum and instruction and/or supervision.
This award was established in 2004, in honor of Bob, who served as ATE Executive Director from 1976 to 1988, when he retired. Bob was honored with ATE Distinguished Member designation because of his outstanding service and leadership to the organization. His family designated the annual scholarship award should be given to a classroom teacher with excellent service in education who shows potential for leadership in the field of teacher education, and is currently enrolled in masters or doctoral graduate study. The focus of the advanced degree program should be to enhance teacher leadership skills.
The Robert J. Stevenson Scholarship is named in honor of the late Robert Stevenson, who served as ATE's Executive Director from 1976 until 1990.
This is an unrestricted award. The award may be used for tuition, books or other education expenses. There is an expectation that the recipient will report back to the LFTE Council on how the award was used.
The current award is $1,200.
Application Deadline: July 15
All applications must be postmarked on or before this date.
Completed applications should be sent to:
Dr. Cynthia S. Haggard, LFTE Chair
- Must be an ATE member
- A full or part-time graduate student
- Have a GPA of at 3.0 (out of 4.0)
Completed application including...
- Two letters of recommendation, one must be from a current ATE member
- Goal statement outlining future educational and career goals
- Copies of all college transcripts, may be issued to the student but must be an official transcript from Registrar’s Office
2022 Irene A. Bal, Loyola University
2021 Amy Correia University of Rhode Island & Rhode Island College 2021 Logan Rutten Penn State University 2020 Kimberly Jackson Shenandoah University 2019 Marcie T. Hull West Chester State University 2018 Samaneh Jafari Southern Illinois University 2017 Dennise Donahue University of South Florida & Hillsborough County Schools 2016 Ana Luis Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis 2015 Donna Rishor University of Arizona Patricia Enger Drexel University 2014 Elizabeth Burns Old Dominion University 2013 Jillian Wendt Dinwiddie, Virginia 2012 Morgan Elisabeth Moser Southern Illinois University Rachel Wolkenhauser University of Florida 2011 Lori Fulton University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2010 William Young University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2009 Christie McWilliams University of Houston
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