Dilling Yang Staff Scholarship Essays

Folder for student employee scholarship program application, procedures and essays of winners

2018 Student Employee Scholarship Application
Applications for the 2018 Student Employee Scholarship are now closed. The application was hosted here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdQTIb8g_blQMcBpZAa6UfSOR2m9FNPY1-sXqwKflY2HfncSg/viewform Please see an archival copy attached.
2018 Scholarship Flyer
 
Scholarship Essays 2018
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) Tell a story describing a contribution you made to UW Libraries and its impact. (2) How has working at UW Libraries supported your personal, academic, or professional growth?
Scholarship Essays 2017
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2016
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2015
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2014
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2013
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2012
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2011
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2010
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) What have you learned about yourself working in the UW Libraries? (2) How has the UW Libraries helped you in your academic work? (3) Discuss a resource (e.g. book, video or artwork) you discovered in the UW Libraries that has affected you and explain how. (4) Share your most memorable or challenging experience working in the Libraries.
Scholarship Essays 2008
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. The question options were: (1) How has working in the Libraries changed you? (2) What challenges have you faced working in the Library? (3) What memorable people have you met working in the Libraries? (4) What changes would you make to enhance the Libraries in the future? (5) How does the UW Libraries impact the campus?
Scholarship Essays 2007
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. *Question Choices* (1) How has working in the Libraries changed you? (2) What challenges have you faced working in the Library? (3) What memorable people have you met working in the Libraries? (4) What changes would you make to enhance the Libraries in the future?
Scholarship Essays 2006
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. *Question Choices* (1) How has working in the Libraries changed you? (2) What challenges have you faced working in the Library? (3) What memorable people have you met working in the Libraries? (4) What changes would you make to enhance the Libraries in the future?
Scholarship Essays 2005
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. *Question Choices* (1) How has working in the Libraries changed you? (2) What challenges have you faced working in the Library? (3) What memorable people have you met working in the Libraries? (4) What changes would you make to enhance the Libraries in the future?
Scholarship Essays 2004
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. *Question* What are the most important, interesting, and surprising things you have learned while working at the University of Washington Libraries?
Scholarship Essays 2003
Essays written by award recipients of the Libraries' Student Employee Scholarship. *Question* What are the most important, interesting, and surprising things you have learned while working at the University of Washington Libraries?

Eligible, non-probationary career staff are invited to submit proposals requesting funds to support professional development.

Scholarship awards will be granted up to $500 per proposal to a maximum of $500 per person per scholarship year (July 1–June 30).

Scholarships may be used for registration and educational fees for courses, training and other learning opportunities offered at UCSB. Examples include undergraduate and graduate courses, Extension courses (including Open Enrollment), UCSB HR Training and Development courses and workshops (e.g. Supervisory Certificate Program courses, Management Development Series, and SkillsMap courses.)

Scholarship applications are invited for summer, fall, winter and spring professional development activities taking place during the current fiscal year (July 1-June 30).

For additional information including eligibility criteria please see the Dilling Yang Staff Scholarship Application and Guidelines.

For Dilling Yang Staff Scholarship recipients:   The Dilling Yang Staff Scholarship Evaluation Form.

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