Call for Nominations or Applications for the P.J. and Hilda W. Hill Award
P.J. and Hilda W. Hill Award
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21
Applications are now available for the P. J. and Hilda W. Hill Award. The award was established from a gift from P. J. Hill, a 1920 graduate of Indiana University, to be given to the outstanding senior on the IU Bloomington campus who has done the most to “better race relationships on the IU campus” during his/her undergraduate career.
Please nominate a student by calling 855-8187 or contacting email@example.com by March 21, 2012. Nominees will be e-mailed the application materials. Self-nominations are accepted. Listed below are the applications.
To be eligible for this $5000 award a graduating senior student must submit an application, resume, essay, and three letters of recommendation. In order to meet the hope of P.J. Hill’s bequest, the application requires a student to answer the following essay question: During your undergraduate years at Indiana University, what have you done to improve interracial interaction on the Bloomington campus? Describe why you made those contributions and the impact they have had or will have on IUB.
The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, March 21 for the P.J. and Hilda W. Hill Award. All materials must be completed and submitted to the Dean of Students Office Indiana Memorial Union by Wednesday, March 21, 2012. Electronic submissions are preferred and can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.