Kyle C. Kerbawy Graduate Scholarship in Journalism

A School of Journalism undergraduate in the turbulent 1960s, Kerbawy was editor of The State News, graduating in 1967. He earned his MBA in 1969. A member of the School’s Professional Advisory Council, he is a charter member of MSU’s Beaumont Tower Society. He established this scholarship to provide financial assistance to a graduate student in journalism.

Qualifications:

  • Submit a 500-word essay discuss any graduate research you have done as well as special class projects. What are you most proud of that you have accomplished thus far?
  • Recipients must be enrolled in the School of Journalism in the Master of Arts program at the time the award is activated
  • Funds may be to support worthy research endeavors. Support may include travel, computer time, attendance at professional meetings and other activities supporting worthy research
  • There shall also be satisfactory progress toward a degree
  • Financial need may be considered

Award
Varies
Deadline
01/25/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. In a 500-word essay discuss any graduate research you have done as well as special class projects. What are you most proud of that you have accomplished thus far?