Marilyn and Edward Stockton Endowed Scholarship
With the money she received from the University’s Rosenblatt Prize, Dean Kathryn Bond Stockton established the Marilyn and Edward Stockton Endowed Scholarship in the College of Humanities in 2013. Named in honor of her parents, the funds support the needs of students passionately studying the dynamic intersections of race, sexuality, gender, (dis)ability, religion, and class. The scholarship has now moved from the College of Humanities to Transform and is the School’s first endowed scholarship.
The Stockton Scholarship is open to students who are pursuing a degree within Transform. Priority will be given to support high-achieving first-generation students. Special consideration will be given to students who are pursuing a double major or a minor within the College of Humanities.