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Looking for a way
to bring your academic, social justice, or personal passions to life?
University of Delaware students are encouraged to apply for a David A.
Plastino Scholar Award, a study grant that provides funds that make a
transformational difference in the lives of selected Plastino Scholars
by enabling them to pursue a passionate interest to a degree not
otherwise possible during the academic year.
The Plastino Scholars Program was established in 2007 by a gift from
UD alumnus David A. Plastino to help outstanding UD undergraduate
students realize their dreams by supporting them in self-designed,
off-campus learning experiences that create a difference in their lives
and in the lives of others.
The program awards study grants to selected undergraduate students
who exhibit extraordinary talent, promise, and imagination. Any
undergraduate student may apply provided that, at the time of
application, he or she is enrolled for at least twelve semester hours
and has not completed more than five semesters. For the 2022 Plastino
Scholar cycle only, graduating seniors may apply so long as their
Plastino experience is completed before the end of 2022.
Applicants must submit a 250-word abstract, a project narrative of no
more than 5,000 words, two letters of recommendation, and a detailed
project budget by 5 p.m. on Dec. 10, 2021. Students can visit the program website to watch a PowerPoint introduction, begin their
application and learn more.
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