Ed and Nancy Quinn Scholarship in Journalism and Mass Communication
The Ed and Nancy Quinn Scholarship in Journalism and Mass Communication will be awarded to 2 to 5 students. Preference in selection is given to students who need a ‘boost’ from a mentor. Examples are: a student with financial need, a student who exhibits exceptional talent but who could benefit from extra encouragement/recognition, a student who has an incredible internship opportunity and could benefit from funding assistance, and a student who otherwise experiences obstacles to their academic success.
About the process: Students do not apply for individual scholarships with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Students fill out one application and the scholarship committee matches students to awards. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, academics, study area and involvement. Visit our website for more information about our undergraduate scholarship program and accessing our application.
Who is eligible to apply?
Declared School of Journalism and Mass Communication majors
Seniors graduating in the spring or summer terms
Who is not eligible to apply?
Seniors graduating in December of the current term
Ed and Nancy Quinn reside in San Diego, California. Ed Quinn is a 1966 graduate of UW-Madison and a Milwaukee native. After graduation, Ed went on to have a successful career in media sales where he worked primarily in the broadcast industry. Prior to retirement, he was President of McGraw Hill. Ed attributes his successful career to the ‘boost’ he received via good mentors while a student at UW-Madison.
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