School of Journalism Scholarships
Marion Tuttle Marzolf Scholarship: Marion Tuttle Marzolf, professor emerita at the University of Michigan, taught courses in reporting, journalism history and women in journalism from 1967 until her retirement in 1995. She also offered special courses in American Studies and in Scandinavian Studies. She served as associate director in the Department of Communication from 1987-1991. She received her BA in Journalism at Michigan State University. She taught part-time in journalism at Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan, while earning her American Studies PhD (1972) at Michigan. She was active in the Association for Education in Journalism and Women in Communication Inc.
- Recipients must demonstrate financial need
- Recipients must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Recipients must reside in the state of Michigan
- Recipients must be studying Journalism
- Preference shall be given to students transferring from community or junior colleges, or from another four-year university.