Scholarships and Prizes T&F
School of Theatre & Film Scholarships and Prizes
Asher B. Wilson Scholarship offered annually to new freshmen Theater Arts majors. The application is available through the PSU Scholarship Office.
Evelyn L. Crowell Endowed Scholarship is awarded each year to a junior or senior and rotates annually between the School of Theatre and Film and the School of Music's Opera program. Ms. Crowell, a PSU alum, was a professor in the library for three decades before retiring in 2002. She established this scholarship to support and inspire students who wish to pursue an education in theater, film or opera. The 2014-15 scholarship will be awarded to a Theater Arts or Film major. Application is available in the School of Theatre and Film office (LH 127) and on the school bulletin board near the office. Applications are due February 1, 2014.
Lois A. and Oscar F. Mock Scholarship For more than three decades Lois Mock was a dedicated member of the staff at Portland State University, serving four Deans in what was then called the School of Fine and Performing Arts before retiring in 1992. Both she and her late husband Oscar were avid fans of the arts. She says Oscar was an especially enthusiastic supporter, "literally forgetting to breathe during a particular good performance." Long a fan of the Peter Britt Festival founded by John Trudeau, in his later years Oscar also grew to enjoy Portland Taiko. Working so closely for many years with students, Ms. Mock said she makes this generous gift because she knows there is great need. Ms. Mock has established an endowment that provides a $1000 scholarship each year on a rotational basis to each of the College of the Arts four Schools. While her endowment grows, Ms. Mock has also been providing an additional scholarship to each of the four schools for a total of five scholarship awards each year. For detailed information on the year in which this scholarship is offered, contact the Office of the Dean of the Arts.
School of Theatre and Film Scholarship offered annually to returning upper division Theater Arts majors. Film majors are not eligible for this scholarship. The application is available through the PSU Scholarship Office.
Sheridan Scholarship in the College of the Arts, rotates between the 4 academic schools annually. For detailed information on the years in which these are offered, contact the Office of the Dean of the Arts.
Trudeau Scholarship in the College of the Arts, rotates between the 4 academic schools annually. For detailed information on the years in which these are offered, contact the Office of the Dean of the Arts.
Tom and Marie Burnam Prize in Theater Arts is awarded annually in June to an outstanding undergraduate major in Theater Arts for exceptional performance, engagement and service to the program. Dr. Tom Burnam was a member of the PSU English Department and longtime supporter of Theater Arts programs.
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