If no requirements are listed in the description above, please follow these guidelines: 2-3 short stories or works of creative nonfiction or a novel excerpt (up to 30 pages/9,000 words).If you are excerpting from a longer work, please provide a synopsis of the whole. AUTHOR'S NAME SHOULD NOT APPEAR ON THE CREATIVE WRITING SAMPLE FOR ANY AWARD.Tags: Dissertation Autobiographie SouvenirCreative Writing Photo PromptsSafe Sex Persuasive Speech EssayTerm Paper About BusinessA Dream EssayThesis About English Speaking CampaignThesis Of Computer ScienceHow To Solve A Matrix ProblemThesis 3 Tagalog
To help students continue their learning in the classroom and on the field, the Babe Ruth League is offering a scholarship to second-semester freshman collegiate students who have played Babe Ruth Softball at one point in their life.
Students can apply by submitting an application along with all supporting documents.
The award is based on financial need and the submission of a sample of creative writing.
Priority will be given to students in good academic standing and students MUST be eligible for financial aid. Submissions should include 2 collated and clipped copies (4 copies if applying for the Milliman or the Draham) of the following materials: 1) Cover Sheet (please email: [email protected] a copy of the cover sheet) 2) Current unofficial UW transcript 3) Biographical statement, including a brief description of financial need. 4) Creative Writing Sample-Note that some awards have specific requirements.
Submit manuscripts to the Creative Writing Office, Padelford Hall B-25. Deadline: March 1, 2019 unless otherwise indicated in the description.
For more information, please contact Judy Le Roux (Padelford B-25, [email protected], 543-9865).
The award is based on the quality of their novel or collection of several short stories, presented anonymously.
OPEN to MFA prose writers completing their degrees only.
2019 Emma Aylor (graduate) and Julia Powers (undergraduate) 2018: Emma Aylor (Graduate) and Mickee Cheung (Undergraduate) Any graduate or undergraduate student who is preparing for a career in creative writing or in the teaching of creative writing, who is currently enrolled at the University of Washington, and who will be enrolled in the following academic year may apply.
Must have completed at least two years of college-level work.