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Bredow Memorial Fund Award


Application Deadline: 4:00 PM (ET), April 8, 2021

Open to: Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors
Award type: Academic
Area(s) of study: Any field
Award criteria: Academic achievement; leadership
Award provides: Up to $5,000 applied toward next year’s tuition
Open to international students: Yes

  • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Have unmet financial need
  • Be a student who has demonstrated significant leadership within one or more of the recognized Jewish organizations on the Emory campus and/or within the greater Emory community.

The Sam Bredow Memorial Fund was established to assist students in the Emory College of Arts and Sciences who are in need of financial aid and who have demonstrated significant leadership within one or more of the recognized Jewish organizations on the Emory campus and/or within the greater Emory community and have a strong record of academic achievement. The award, up to $5,000 applied toward next year’s tuition, is given to a small number of students each year. The funds will be awarded in two parts: half in fall semester and half in spring semester. This is a one-year award; renewal is not automatic. Previous recipients are eligible to apply for a second year of funding, but may receive no more than two years’ support.

  • Application form
  • Personal Statement essay
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Transcripts
  • Résumé

 

2020-21:

Emma Friese ('24C), Anthropology; International Studies

Caris Weilenmann ('22C), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

2019/20:

Isabella Cantor ('21C), Anthropology & Human Biology

Cameron Katz ('21C), History, English & Creative Writing

Ethan Mayblum ('23B), Undeclared

Eden Medina ('22C), International Studies

Caris Weilenmann ('22C), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

2018/19:

Isabella Cantor ('21C), Anthropology & Human Biology

Cameron Katz ('21C), History, English & Creative Writing

Noah Lee ('22C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology; Philosophy & Religion

Hannah Marcus ('22C), Public Policy Analysis

Joshua Sachmechian (20C), Chemistry; Economics 

2016/17:

Orit Cohen (‘19C), International Studies; Creative Writing

Talia Green (‘19C), English & Creative Writing

David Kulp (‘20C), Undeclared

Jessica Nooriel (‘18N), Nursing

2015/16:

Andrew Alter (‘17C), Biology; Political Science

Daniel Azizi (‘18C), Business Administration

Jessica Nooriel (‘18C), Nursing

Becca Sirota (‘18C), Biology

2014/15:

Rachael Leader (‘18B), Business Administration

Andrew Alter (‘17C), Biology and Political Science

Talia Gilbert (‘16C), Political Science and Sociology

Brianna Shporer (‘17B), Business Administration and Sociology

2013/2014:

Amiel Fields-Meyer (‘16C), History

Talia Gilbert (‘16C), Political Science; Sociology

Ovadia Harary, ('16C), Math & Computer Science

Danielle Moskow (‘15C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology; Psychology

Nicole Rowbotham (‘15C), Biology

2012/13:

Sam Bobo (‘14B), Business Administration

Marlee Madora (‘14C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology

Hadar Naftalovich (‘15C), Psychology

2011/12:

Michael Goldberg (‘13C), Spanish

Joshua Gerson (‘13C), Economics; Math

Marlee Madora (‘12C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology

2010/11:

Leah Dodell (‘13C), Economics

Michael Goldberg (‘13C), Spanish

Erika Rief (‘13C), Business & Linguistics

Alexandra Selby (‘13C), Biology

2010/09:

Leah Dodell (‘13C), Economics

Reina Factor (‘12C), Psychology

Stephen Ratner (‘12C), Political Science

If you are interested in learning more about the application process and recommended timeline, visit our Canvas course.

If you are not currently enrolled in our Canvas course, please request registration.
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