Robin Remington Scholarship

Scholarship Category: 
Undergraduate scholarship, Graduate scholarship
Department: 
Political Science

The Robin Remington Scholarship is awarded to graduate and undergraduate students in political science. The graduate award assists first-year students whose program of study includes conflict resolution and negotiation, civil–military relations, or women and political power. The undergraduate award recognizes a nominated research paper or essay on these subjects. Professor Remington was the first woman political science faculty member in the department and taught comparative politics from 1974 to 2000.

To provide two annual awards: one to a graduate student and one to an undergraduate student in political science. The graduate award shall be given either to an entering or first-year student whose program of study deals with a) conflict resolution and negotiation, b) civil–military relations (as related to peacemaking and peace enforcement), or c) women and political power (as related to equity, participation, and leadership). To qualify for the undergraduate award, the applicant must submit a research paper or essay dealing with a) conflict resolution and negotiation, b) civil–military relations (as related to peacemaking and peace enforcing), or c) women and political power (as related to equity, participation, and leadership.