The Ted Perry "A Little Something for the Effort" Stipend
The donor, Edward “Ted” Perry, wishes to create a fund for the purpose of assisting students enrolled in the School of Journalism,and Mass Communication whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Only School of Journalism and Mass Communication majors are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The application to apply for this and all other School of Journalism and Mass Communication scholarships is open the first two weeks of every December. Please visit our website for additional information on how to apply. Preference in selection will be given to students pursuing the news/editorial journalism track who have a financial need.
Ted Perry (‘86) was inspired to start this fund based on the generosity and support of his brother, Christopher, during Ted’s time at UW-Madison. In addition to working two jobs, an internship and pursuing his studies, family support provided to Ted during his time on campus was invaluable as he worked toward graduation and his career path. When Ted told his brother he would pay him back, the response was always, “don’t worry about it.”
An accomplished journalist, Mr. Perry started his interest in the field of journalism at an early age. When his family moved to Baraboo, Wisconsin, he started the high school paper. At the UW-Madison, he furthered his interest by majoring in journalism and writing for the Badger Herald. Since 1993, Mr Perry has been in television news in the Milwaukee area.
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