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College of Social Work

Accredited in 1919, The Ohio State University College of Social Work is the country's oldest continuously accredited public social work program and is consistently rated as one of the best in the United States. The college is an integral partner with the State of Ohio and the nation, sharing its expertise in collaborative efforts to ameliorate and resolve an extensive array of contemporary social problems. Through its BSSW, MSW, and PhD degree programs, the college enables students to experience and explore the knowledge, values, and skills required for professional social work practice and research.

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Funds

The Ohio State Fund for the College of Social Work

Fund Number: 305446

Supports priorities of the College, including technology augmentation, student support, emerging programs such as gerontological social work, among others


Alumni Scholarship Fund-The College of Social Work

Fund Number: 600043

Established September 6, 1985, by the College Alumni Association. Income provides scholarships to approved candidates for a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree based on need with consideration of academic ability.


The Selma and Alexander W. Erlen Endowment Fund for Doctoral Support

Fund Number: 642030

Established July 9, 2004, by their daughter-in-law and son, Judith A. and Jonathon Erlen, through The Foundation. Distribution supports a doctoral student with aninterest in community service.


Social Work Students First

Fund Number: 312958

Support students in the College of Social Work who are experiencing acute financial need


The Anne Hayes Memorial Scholarship for Academic Excellence Fund

Fund Number: 643027

Established May 7,1999, through The Foundation by the Honorable Steven Hayes in memory of his mother and her personal commitment to community caring. Income is awarded bi-annually to students demonstrating academic excellence in the College. Unused incom e is reinvested to principal.


Students First Study Abroad Support for Students in the College of Social Work

Fund Number: 312957

Support students in College of Social Work participating in one of the College's summer study abroad program


Matthew Carl Behling Memorial Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 620412

Established April 7, 2006, by John H. and Nancy Shaw Behling in memory of their son. Distribution provides a scholarship to a graduate student pursuing a career in the mental health field, particularly in administration and social policy.


The Schumacher Family Fund in Social Work

Fund Number: 313719

For support of an undergraduate student in Social Work, particularly one with financial need. Preference given to senior in social work focused on child welfare


Evelyn Moreida Krislov Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 643822

Established June 7, 2002, by Joseph Krislov through The Foundation. Income supports scholarships for second year graduate students with an interest, field placement with an aging agency,in the field of aging.


LiFE Sports Comprehensive Youth Development Initiative

Fund Number: 313428

Support research agenda of College of Social Work arising from LIFE Sports. Used to further objectives of service, outreach, teaching and learning, and translational research


11-10-02 Scholarship Fund for MSW students

Fund Number: 314103

Scholarship fund for graduate students in the College of Social Work.


Anna Marie Malia Robinson Endowed Scholarship Fund for Mental Health Research

Fund Number: 666100

Established February 4, 2005, by Anna Marie Robinson in honor of Tony Tripodi through The Foundation. Distribution supports a doctoral student researching severe mental disabilities with preference to research in bipolar disorder. Recipients have achiev ed a high GPA and have acquired life experience and/or skill in severe mental disabilities, bipolar disorder if possible, beyond traditional academic training. The award is research-focused and recipients are encouraged to submit their results for public ation in an academic journal. Unused income is reinvested to principal.


Cardinal Health Health Weight Initiative

Fund Number: 314445

This fund supports the work of the Community and Youth Collaborative Institute in examining the impact of Cardinal Health’s 0-5 Healthy Weight Initiative.


College of Social Work Alumni Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 200043

Income Provides Scholarships to Approved Candidates for a Bachelor's Master's or Doctoral Degree Based on Need and Academic Ability


David and Gail Neustadt Fund

Fund Number: 313518

For students in the College of Social Work who are interested in spousal caregiving


David Moots Memorial Scholarship

Fund Number: 313433

Used to support a student or students in the College of Social Work with an academic interest in substance abuse


Dick & Joan Crawford Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 482549

Used to provide a scholarship(s) for a student enrolled in the College of Social Work w/first preference for candidates working in child welfare especailly those w/history in strong community service. The purpose of this pending endowment is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to formal approval, the pending endowment may be converted to a current-use fund.


Dr. Amy Riemenschneider Scholarship in School of Social Work

Fund Number: 310535

Honor the Retirement of Dr. Riemenschneider from Faculty of The College of Social Work


Dr. Carol J. Greco Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 312599

To support a student in the College of Social Work pursuing a pursuing a Master degree. Preference will be given to a student with an interest and/or field placement in a medical setting


Dr. Carol J. Greco-Delaney Endowed Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 642709

Established October 28, 2009 with gifts from Rick A. Delaney in honor of Dr. Carol J. Greco-Delaney, her parents – Gene and Jean Greco, and all families who continue to give and receive care during a time of challenge and celebration; used to support a student enrolled in the College of Social Work who is pursuing a Masters degree with first preference given to a student with a defined interest and/or field placement in a gerontological medical setting, focused on patient care and/or caregiver training; secondary preference will be given to a student with an interest and/or field placement in a gerontological “non-medical” setting, focused on patient care and/or caregiver training..



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