Dr. Hannelore Wass Endowed Scholarship
Letter: support graduate student doing research in sex role socialization and gender issues in the school setting to alleviate or reduce problems and graduate work that offers guidelines incorporating human life cycles (womb to tomb).
Hannelore Wass established this fund in 2004 to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Education. Wass is Professor Emeritus in Educational Psychology at UF and is the founding editor of the journal Death Studies. She earned her bachelor’s degree equivalent from Heidelberg Teachers College in 1951. Wass immigrated to the United States in 1957 and later earned a master’s degree and doctorate (1960 and 1968) from the University of Michigan.
Other College of Education Giving Opportunities
Mildred M. and Robert S. Baynard Fund
Karen Koegel Annual Scholarship
Norman and Maggie Nelson Scholarship for Counselor Education