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Funds and Programs that you can support:
 

Our funds are listed below, in alphabetical order. If a page on the OSU iGive ebsite for the fund exists, then the name of the fund is directly linked to that page, where you can make your contribution to that fund through a secure, online connection. Or feel free to contact directly our Director of Development, Shalonda Makupson-Tilford at (614) 688-1830.

Select Fund name to visit The OSU iGive Web site for that fund:

  • Amell Memorial for Research in Iberian Studies (314338)
    Funds to support graduate student research in the area of Iberian Studies. Preference will be given to those presenting at conferences or conducting research related to 20th and 21st-Century Iberian Literatures, Cultures, or Film.
  • Dr. Richard H. Armitage Fund (312529)
    Fund used to support Romance Language Studies for a student in good academic standings per the University guidelines in Spanish for a study abroad experience in Mexico.
  • Judith Marquis Rymer and Glenn Rymer Travel Fund (315179)
    To provide financial support to undergraduate or graduate students for study abroad fees and travel expenses. The recipient must be enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and major in Spanish, Portuguese, French or Italian. The recipient will be selected by the college’s executive dean in consultation with Student Financial Aid.
  • Peninsular Literature Study Abroad Fund (305717)
    To Support Travel of Students Interested in the Study of Peninsular Literature.
  • SE Graduate Teaching Assistant Fund in Spanish (311229)
    To Support a Graduate Teaching Assistants in the Department of Spanish.
  • Spanish & Portuguese Support Fund (303872)
    To stimulate interest in these departments.
  • The Crane Fund for Hispanic Studies (601484)
    Established December 4, 1987, by Loann Crane. Income supports Hispanic studies, instruction and research in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
  • The Eleanor Bulatkin/Aristobulo Pardo Endowment Fund In Spanish & Portuguese (640941)
    Established August 30, 2000, from the estate of Eleanor Bulatkin through The Foundation. Income funds merit-based graduate scholarships for entering M.A. or Ph.D. students. Internal M.A. recipients admitted to the Ph.D. program are also eligible. . students for $100 per month for nine months. Internal M.A. recipients admitted to the Ph.D. program are also eligible. Awards are based on academic merit and may be distributive or cumulative.
  • The Forrest and Marjorie Miller Endowed Fund for Study Abroad (624950)
    Established September 21, 2007, with gifts from Susan Miller Van Ausdal in honor of Forrest and Marjorie Miller; used to provide one travel award per year for a travel abroad experience to a deserving undergraduate student ranked junior or higher majoring in Italian, French, or Spanish who has a 3.0 (or higher) cumulative grade point average.
  • The Josaphat Kubayanda Graduate Student Scholarship Fund (603831)
    Established May 5, 2000 with gifts from family, friends, and colleagues; used to provide a scholarship for a graduate student to assist with Latin America, Caribbean, or African research, preferably dissertation research. Revised September 18, 2009.
  • The Mario Iglesias Endowed Fund (663387)
    Made possible through gifts from Alicia R. Iglesias in memory of her husband Mario Iglesias; provide an annual award(s) to outstanding graduate assistants in the Dept of Spanish & Portuguese to recognize their achievements in the study of the Spanish language related areas, as well as their commitment to excellence in the teaching of Spanish including, but not limited to, tuition expenses, education materials & resources, & travel costs to conduct relevant courses of study, to pursue research, or to participate in professional conferences.
  • The Melinda Lucille Robinson Graduate Student Fund (313362)
    Provides support to graduate students in times of need.
  • The Susan Pratt Munthe Fund for Latin American Studies (605076)
    Established June 6, 2014, with gifts from Susan Pratt Munthe (BA 1974); used to support the research and/or travel of a graduate student whose research interest is in Latin America. Revised January 29, 2016.

 

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