Anne Crosby Emery Fellowship
The Harvey A. Baker Fellowships are awarded annually to outstanding members of the graduating class to aid them in undertaking graduate or professional study at a university of their choice either in the U.S. or abroad.
The income for these fellowships derives from a trust estate established by the late Marion North Brown Baker in memory of her husband, Harvey Baker, 1881-1951 (A.B. Brown, 1903; L.L.B., Harvard, 1906), a prominent Providence attorney.
The Anne Crosby Emery Alumnae Fellowships are awarded each year to honor women in the graduating class and to aid them in undertaking graduate or professional study at a university of their choice either in the U.S. or abroad.
The Fellowships were founded by the Alumnae Association of Brown University in 1914. The purpose of the Fellowships, maintained in honor of the second dean of the Women’s College in Brown University, is to stimulate the intellectual life of undergraduate students.
Eligibility for Anne Crosby Emery Fellowship :
The deed of trust for the Baker provides that each student selected must have high scholastic standing; have participated in college activities; and have shown qualities of leadership.
The Emery is awarded on the basis of scholarly ability and excellence of character. In both cases, strong preparation and excellent potential for success in graduate school is important.
$8,000-9,000 to support graduate and professional school study for Brown graduating seniors for one year.
Application deadline for Anne Crosby Emery Fellowship : 03/18/11