Five outstanding 2018 graduates in Women & Gender Studies received awards of special merit. The 2018 recipients were Stephanie Clampitt, Rebecca Glinn, Harry Lewis, Alexa Ploss, and Amanda Lefky.
The Mae Carter Scholarship
The Mae Carter Scholarship in honor of Mae Carter, former Assistant Provost for Women’s Affairs and Executive Director of the Commission on the Status of Women, is awarded to an undergraduate woman student at the University who carries the values that Mae Carter has represented to the University community of women. The 2018 recipient is Rebecca Glinn, an Honors Senior with majors in Women & Gender Studies and Public Policy, with a Concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention and Services, and an Economics Minor. After graduation, Rebecca will be attending the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University on a full scholarship, to pursue a Master's degree in Public Policy.