The Carol A. Moore Scholarship recognizes women currently working in higher education who are successful in their roles, who intend to engage in professional development or academic pursuits in order to further their career and work toward the mission of VWHE. VWHE is pleased to offer one $1,000 scholarship in support of this mission.
Applications for the 2020 scholarship are due to the VWHE Carol A. Moore Scholarship Committee by November 30, 2019. The successful candidate will be notified by December 21, 2019. The scholarship must be used during calendar year 2020.
The scholarship will be paid directly to the school or educational facility and will only apply to program costs. Travel costs are not covered by this scholarship. The scholarship recipient may be invited to share her knowledge on her educational experience at the VWHE annual conference or other VWHE events.
Past Scholarship Recipients
2018 Anne Connor, Interim Dean of Student Life, Goddard College
2017 Gina Sherriff, Associate Professor, from Norwich University
2016 Naila Baloch, Associate Chaplain, from Middlebury College
2015 Ellen Wood, Associated Professor, from Landmark College
2014 Rommy Fuller, Professor and Program Director of Education, from Green Mountain College
2013 Maia Hanron-Sanford, Career Services Director at Green Mountain College
2012 Tara Kulkarni, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Norwich University
2011 Kaye-Lani Laughna, International Student and Scholar Advisor, Middlebury College
2010 Dvora Zipkin, Academic and Disabilities Support Coordinator, Goddard College
2009 Christina Fabrey, Director of the Jose M. Calhoun Learning Center, Green Mountain College
2008 Peg Brigham Alden, Professor of Social Science, Landmark College
2007 Heather Fitzgerald, Instructor, Community College of Vermont
Chong Sun Kim, Graduate Student, Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of Vermont
2006 Ellen Danahy Liptak, Associate Director of HR, Norwich University,
Janet Bennion, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Lyndon State College