Arvil S. Barr Graduate Fellowship (AS-GRD)
The fellowship was established in 1987 by a bequest from the estate of Lillian Whittinghill Barr for use by the School of Education. Mrs. Barr was the wife of Arvil S. Barr, a distinguished professor in the School of Education for many years.
The recipient must be a dissertator in the School of Education who’s academic and research program focus is on learning, teaching, or teacher education.
Each department makes their own nominations. The A.S. Barr Graduate Fellowship is an academic-year, full-time award set at the level of the full-time Graduate School fellowships. The recipient’s tuition and fringe benefits will also be paid.
- School of Education