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Mary C. Pirrung founded the graduate reading program in the Seattle University College of Education. While at Seattle University, Professor Pirrung mentored many pre-service and experienced teachers. Her influence on literacy education has been perpetuated by the annual awarding of the Mary C. Pirrung Scholarship, which recognizes and supports outstanding candidates in the Literacy for Special Needs program.
Amount Awarded: $1,000 – $1,200
Duration: One year
Application Deadline: May 5
Criteria for Selection: Students in the Literacy for Special Needs master’s program are eligible to apply for this merit-based scholarship if they have completed at least:
The student selected will exhibit a commitment to excellent literacy education. The award is granted by a committee of program faculty.
Learn more and apply.
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