Kenneth Browning Handley Scholarship

The Kenneth Browning Handley Scholarship honors the memory of Kenneth B. Handley who, at the time of his death in December 1982, was a student at the University of Utah majoring in chemistry and mathematics. Ken was an outstanding student and had a great curiosity about the world and broad interests in literature, philosophy, and music. He was an accomplished clarinetist and was mature, respectful, and compassionate in his dealings with others. He was a loyal friend and exemplary older brother. Funding is to be awarded to a rising junior or senior who demonstrates good character, intellectual ability, and breadth of interest and seriousness of purpose through a personal essay. Recipient must be working towards completion of the thesis degree.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a member of the Honors College?
  2. Will you be a junior or senior enrolled in the Honors College next fall?
  3. Please attach a well-written plan for your thesis topic or the completed thesis proposal form.
  4. Please write a 500-word essay that discusses what you wish to accomplish with your education.