Offered by the Department of Education:
Nathan Margolis Memorial Scholarship
The Nathan Margolis Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 by the estate of Esther Margolis to promote excellence in teacher training. It is awarded annually to one or more graduate students engaged in the study of education with a preference for students pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching Degree in the Department of Education. Applicants to Education programs will be invited by the department to apply for this award. Scholarships will be awarded based on financial need, academic excellence, and a written essay in response to a provided prompt.
Offered by the Department of Occupational Therapy:
Bekenstein Family Endowment Scholarship
The Bekenstein Family Endowment Scholarship Award was created in 2005 by Anita and Josh Bekenstein. The award is presented to occupational therapy students who have demonstrated a trajectory for leadership in the profession of occupational therapy, strong academic standing, and financial need.
Offered by the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning:
Neighborhood Fellows Program
The Neighborhood Fellows Program supports up to five experienced urban leaders each year in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning's mid-career Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) program. Its objective is to increase enrollment among people of color who work in urban communities in Boston and surrounding cities on issues of urban community politics, economics, education, housing, and social life. Fellows receive a full-tuition scholarship for the MPP degree.
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Racial Equity in Policy and Planning Fellowship
The Racial Equity in Policy and Planning Fellowship supports five students per year to complete the MA in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning or the MS in Environmental Policy and Planning.
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Alvin Levin Fellowship
The Alvin Levin Fellowship supports a woman of color with financial need in pursuing a graduate degree in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University each year. The fellowship’s objectives reflect Alvin Levin’s long‐term commitment to community organizing and grassroots politics combined with his strong interest in a sustainable environment on a global level.