Established on March 2, 1984, Sonkin-Bergman-Wasserman Families' Scholarship for International Understanding and Peace provides one or more awards (pending availability of funds) for deserving graduate/professional students at The Ohio State University active in research or study that contributes to the pursuit of international understanding and peace.
Currently enrolled full time at Ohio State in a graduate or professional program with a focus on international problems, in any department or interdisciplinary field
Demonstrated excellence in scholarship and an appropriate background for the proposed research or study
Intention to engage in research at Ohio State or outside the United States that is concerned with enhancing the understanding of peoples in different cultures, improving the quality of social justice among nations, or exploring methods for international conflict avoidance or conflict resolution
Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated financial need, as well as to students whose work will apply social science research to intercultural understanding.
Completed application consists of the following:
Up-to-date copy of your Ohio State advising report (PDF available for download via Buckeye Link)
A letter of recommendation addressing the merits of the proposal and the qualifications of the applicant from your advisor submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org in PDF or Word (preferred) or in hard copy
Abbreviated curriculum vitae (listing educational background, completed coursework, professional activities and publications as they relate to the purpose of this scholarship)
Statement of proposed study or research (3-5 pages maximum, double or single spaced.) This statement should clearly explain your proposed plan of research or study, as it relates to the purpose of this scholarship.
The Sonkin-Bergman-Wasserman Families’ Scholarship For International Understanding and Peace competitions are held annually during spring semester. The application deadline is Monday, April 6, 2015.
This scholarship is administered by the Office of International Affairs.