LAURINBURG — Pi Gamma Mu, the national social science honor organization, recently announced its graduate school scholarship awards for 2018, and Stuart Marshall, class of 2017, is one of 10 recipients.
Marshall is completing his master’s in history at UNCG. Eligibility is for up to four years from initiation into Pi Gamma Mu. Scholarships are intended for the first or second year of graduate work in a student’s first graduate degree program in the following areas of study: sociology, anthropology, political science, history, economics, international relations, public administration, criminal justice, law, social work, cultural geography or psychology.
No more than three scholarships were awarded in any one graduate field.
Marshall was president of the SAU Pi Gamma Mu chapter and David Herr, liberal and creative arts chair, sponsored him for the scholarship.
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