Established September 6, 2002, by faculty, staff and alumni of the Student Affairs/Higher Education Program in memory of William D. Porterfield and Cynthia Sullivan Dickens.Interest up to $2,000 supports the Porterfield-Dickens Graduate Research Award f or an M.A. and/or Ph.D. candidate engaged in research to expand theoretical possibilities, critically examine current professional practice and/or reinvent practice, be collaborative, relate to understanding and minimizing the marginalization of individuuals based on race, gender, sexual orientation, class or ethnicity, and hold potential for improving the lives of students. Income above $2,000 is reinvested to principal until principal reaches $400,000. Income will then support a graduate assistantship in the Student Affairs/Higher Education Program through the Student Personnel Assistantship Program.
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