About Dr. James E. Scott

Dr. James E. Scott was Vice President for Student Affairs from 1999 – 2003 and Dean of Students from 1981 – 1993. Dr. Scott valued and promoted staff and professional development opportunities for his colleagues. In honor and memory of his legacy, two annual $2,000 fellowships in his name have been established.

Consideration for Application

To be considered for a fellowship, an applicant must be a full-time administrative staff member in the Division of Student Affairs who has completed a minimum of 2 years of full-time employment at UF. Two fellowships will be granted annually in support of advanced training and/or enhanced professional development that would relate to Student Affairs. Recipients will be expected to use the information and skills gathered to provide workshops, colloquia, or presentations to UF staff and students in the year following the experience. The Fellowship award must be used for professional development during between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.

Submission Information

All pieces of the application will be submitted online via the online submission form below. Included on this form are the following:

1.) Team member and professional development opportunity Information
2.) Open responses – typed, double-spaced
3.) Letter of support from applicant’s supervising director of a Student Affairs department.
4.) Updated resume.
5.) Support materials. (e.g. registration materials describing the advanced training and/or enhanced professional development, brochures,
applications, travel itineraries, etc.)

Scott Fellowship Application Deadline 2019-2020
Friday, June 28, 2019 by 4:30 p.m.

Application

  • ex. 135 Tigert Hall
  • @ufsa.ufl.edu or @ufl.edu required.
  • Open Responses

    Attach your responses to these questions. Limit responses to 1 – 2 double-spaced, typed pages per question.

    1. Describe how your participation in this advanced training/enhanced professional opportunity will support the Division of Student Affairs mission.

    2. Describe how you plan to use information and skills gained from this experience to “give back” to the Division of Student Affairs.

  • from applicant’s supervising director of a Student Affairs department.
  • Support Materials

    These can include registration materials describing the advanced training and/or enhanced professional development, brochures, applications, travel itineraries, etc.

    Applicants have the option to either submit digital copies of materials or submit a link to a website or information page via the links below.