This scholarship program was established to encourage current students to build upon the values of family, faith, education and giving back to the community; to advocate the importance of tolerance toward Islam; and serve to strengthen opportunities for future generations in Arab-American communities. To be eligible, applicants must be a full-time Undergraduate student during the 2013-14 academic year; majoring in engineering, pre-med, nursing science, public health and/or medical anthropology; have demonstrated an interest in the Middle East and Muslim community; a minimum 3.0 GPA; be U.S. Citizen. This is a merit-based scholarship but financial need may be considered. Applicants must also provide two faculty members names for reference.
2014: Maria Khan (International Studies)
2013: Bellal Labanieh (Political Science)