Council for Women's Concerns


 

Council for Women's Concerns

SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063

Email any board member with questions or concerns.

apply 

Criteria

- Female student
- At least sophomore standing
- If senior standing, must have at least one academic year remaining before graduation

Requirements

- Application
- Personal Statement
- Resume
- Reference Letter

Completed applications must be submitted by April 1 to:

Tammy Bankoski
Communication
McEwen Hall 324

marion sonnenfeld awardThe Marion Sonnenfeld Award Scholarship is presented each year to outstanding female students who exemplify leadership, hard work, and a good sense of community.

Scholarship winners are honored at an award ceremony each fall semester.   

marion

 about

Marion Sonnenfeld spent 25 years on the faculty at Fredonia, teaching German. She was a member of the German Department, named distinguished professor, and was the first woman Dean of the Arts & Humanities.  Marion carried the virtues of her parents of loving life, being a faithful and loyal friend, having an outstanding work ethic, and taking pride in her work. 

Marion believed that the recipient of this scholarship should see the good in everyone and try to help others to develop what is best in them.

 

previous

2013: Allison McCarthy and Nicole Peets

2012: Sara Maiorana, Noelle Panepento, Kayla Patrick

2011: Meagan Allers

2010: Aziza Anderson, Jessica Frain, Kelsey Lamb

2009: Kaeleigh Champlin, Caitlin Zaremski, Allison Murray, Megan Lemiszko

2008: Brooke Butler, Amanda Nobrega, Elizabeth Koehler, Alyssa Brooke-Gay

2007: Kathryn Kornacki, AnneMarie Miller, Sarah Sumski, Kimberly Waite


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