Student Achievement Awards

  • Undergraduate Student Award in Criminal Justice
    ($1,000; Minimum of 1 award)
    Awarded to a student majoring in Criminal Justice who has demonstrated excellence in the classroom and who has shown a commitment to promoting criminal justice through volunteer and / or field work in the community.
    Requirements: Must be a junior or senior with a 3.25 GPA or above.
  • Undergraduate Student Award in Social Work
    ($1,000; Minimum of 1 award)
    Awarded to a student majoring in Social Work who has demonstrated excellence in the classroom and who has shown a commitment to promoting social justice through volunteer and / or field work in the community.
    Requirements: Must be a junior or senior with a 3.25 GPA or above.
  • Graduate Student Award in Criminal Justice
    ($1,000; Minimum 1 award)
    Awarded to a master’s student majoring in Criminal Justice who has demonstrated academic excellence. Other contributions to the school and to criminal justice in the community may also be considered.
    Requirements: Must have completed 6 credits of coursework and have a 3.5 GPA or above.
  • Graduate Student Award in Social Work
    ($1,000; Minimum of 1 award)
    Awarded to a master’s student in Social Work who has demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to service through volunteer and / or field work in the community.
    Requirements: Must have completed 6 credits of coursework and have a 3.5 GPA or above.
Scholarship Awards Ceremony
Friday, May 7, 2021
4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
This event will take place online.
Awards Committee Members 2021
  • Christian Caflisch
    Accountant
  • Quinn Cory
    Dean’s Assistant
  • Laura Fish
    Development Director
  • Treccy Marquardt-Thomas
    Program Associate
  • Jillian Marx-Wenig
    Administrative Operations Manager,
    WCWPDS-UW Milwaukee
  • Alissa Mathison
    University Relations Specialist
  • Mary Russell
    Academic Department Specialist
  • Matt Steigerwald
    MSW Senior Advisor
  • Devin Thomas
    Clinical Assistant Professor and Field Liaison
  • Trina Salm Ward
    Associate Professor