Open to any full-time, degree seeking undergraduate or graduate student who can demonstrate
that they participated in an initiative that advances the understanding of gender
to other students. Eligibility for beginning undergraduate or graduate students will
have to be established on the basis of high school or previous college performance,
but not restricted to academic performance.
A candidate must be in "good standing" with the University and have a minimum 2.5
A candidate must demonstrate strong leadership skills and exceptional potential for
future leadership in ways that would truly create a less biased, more equal society.
A candidate must have participated in or be currently participating in organizations
whose membership is comprised mainly of women or whose goals advance women and their
needs and interests or which fight the many forms of discrimination which are intertwined
(e.g., a battered-women's shelter, rape crises center, legal-aid center, gay and lesbian
rights and the like).