Women's History Month Scholarship
The $1,000 Women's History Month Scholarship is awarded to a UNF student for outstanding work on campus or the local community that enhances gender equality. The award is funded by the Office of the Vice President of Student and International Affairs. The application period for the Women's History Month Scholarship is closed; check back in Spring 2020 for the 2020 application.
The eligibility requirements include: current enrollment for at least nine hours for undergraduates or six hours for graduate students; enrolled for two consecutive terms at UNF; a minimum GPA of 2.5 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduate; and work promoting and/or providing opportunities that create fairness in the way women and men are treated. Applicants are required to submit a signed application, two letters of recommendation, a one-page statement describing work enhancing gender equity and a resume. The deadline to complete the 2020 Women's History Month application is Sunday, February 2, 2020.
The award will be presented on Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at the Women's History Month Luncheon.
Susan B. Anthony Award
Every spring the University of North Florida Women's Center presents the Susan B. Anthony Award to one individual in the campus community who actively promotes women's growth at UNF, provides a positive role model for women on campus, works to improve the position of women at UNF through advocacy and education, and exhibits qualities of leadership on campus. Students, faculty and staff of UNF are eligible for the award. The recipient is announced at the annual Women's History Month Luncheon, hosted by the Women's Center in March.
Susan B. Anthony Award Nominations
UNF students, faculty and staff are eligible for the award, which is given each year to one member of the University community who has made significant contributions to the women of UNF. The application period for the 2020 Susan B. Anthony Award is now closed.
Award nominees should be individuals who actively promote women's growth at UNF, provide a positive role model for the women of UNF, work to improve the position of women on campus through advocacy and education, and exhibit qualities of leadership on campus. Nominees whose contributions may otherwise go unrecognized are particularly welcome; self-nominations are acceptable. Current UNF Women's Center paid staff are not eligible for the award.
Eligible nominees will be asked to submit additional supporting materials. For more information, contact the Women's Center at (904) 620-2528.
The recipient of the award is announced at the annual Women's History Month Luncheon, hosted by the Women's Center in March.
Susan B. Anthony Award Winners
The UNF Women’s Center is proud to recognize Dr. Susan Perez as the 2019 Susan B. Anthony Award recipient. Dr. Perez, a proud mother of two daughters and a son, has been at the University of North Florida in the Department of Psychology since 2004. She received her Doctorate in Psychology from the University of California, Riverside with a focus in Developmental Psychology. Her research examines sociocultural influences on cognitive development, child characteristics that contribute to children’s opportunities to develop cognitive skills in social context, and how these processes relate to critical developmental outcomes such as successful school transitions, academic performance and even eventual career choices. In addition to being an outstanding faculty member, she currently serves as the Associate Director of Research for the Center for the Advancement of Women in Engineering (CAWE).
Dr. Perez joins a prestigious group of past Susan B. Anthony Award recipients:
||Dr. Alexandra Schonning
||Dr. Christos Lampropoulos
||Dr. Cheryl Frolich
||Dr. Jennifer Wesely
||Idania (Ida) Rojas Gropper
||Dr. Tes Tuason
||Dr. Dale Clifford
||Dr. Kristine Webb
||Dr. Annabel Brooks
||Dr. Elizabeth Furdell
||Dr. Joyce Jones
||Dr. Elinor Scheirer
||Dr. Berrin Beasley
||Dr. Sharon Wilburn
||Dr. Terry DiNuzzo
||Dr. Pamela Chally
||Donna Marie Vigilante
||Dr. Betty Meers
||Dr. Carolyn Williams
||Dr. Bette Soldwedel
||Dr. Christine Rasche
||Dr. Susan Wallace