The Judith Beale Scholarship promotes educational and professional development by providing students and archives professionals with funding to attend the SFA Annual Meeting. Named in honor of professional archivist and member of the Society of Florida Archivists Judith Beale, who passed away in 2010, the scholarship pays tribute to Judith's boundless enthusiasm for the archives profession and her passion for working with students.
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Qualified applicants must be current college students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree or professionals in the archival community. Applicants must also be current or new members of the Society of Florida Archivists. Special consideration will be given to students and individuals new to the archives profession in Florida. Successful applicants receive complimentary registration for SFA's Annual Meeting. Exceptional applicants may also receive a stipend to help defray travel and lodging costs.
Application Process and Submission Deadline 2022
Applications are now being accepted for the annual Society of Florida Archivists Judith Beale Scholarship Award. This scholarship was first given in 2005, and promotes educational opportunities and professional development for current students and archives professionals, by providing funding to attend the Annual Meeting of the SFA. This year’s meeting will take place from May 11-13, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. The scholarship will cover registration for each recipient to attend. In addition exceptional applicants can receive funding for travel and lodging.
To be eligible an applicant must be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree, or they must be currently employed in an archival role. In addition, the applicant must be a current or new member of the Society of Florida Archivists. Special consideration will be given to students and individuals new to the archives profession in Florida.
Applications should include
The deadline for all applications is April 8, 2022. All applications should be sent directly to the Chair of the Judith Beale Scholarship Committee, Joseph Gentili at Jgentili@archbold-station.org
SFA members, please forward this opportunity to other groups and individuals who may be interested in applying.
2022 Judith Beale Scholarship Committee:
|2021||Luis Berthin, Bridget Bihm-Manuel, Adam Hunt
|2019||Claire Barnewolt, Kryslynn Collazo, and Carady DeSimone|
|2018||Adam Berkowitz, Bart Delcamp, and Paige Downey|
|2017||Sara Kiszka, Carolina Meneses, Lynn Phillips, Skye von Achen, and Andrea Malanowski|
|2016||Ashley Ashabranner, Jennifer Bowne, Gilbert Gott, Jocelyn Hurtado, Sarah Kautz, and Mary Rubin|
|2015||Rebecca Bramlett, Steven Duckworth, Katherine Hoarn, Theresa Hooker, Lisa Petrillo, and James Schultz|
|2014||Amanda Moreno, Angiemarie Villafañe, and Hannah Wiatt Davis|
|2013||Miranda Doran-Myers, Alice Graves, Catherine Jones, Marissa Kings, and Michael Wright|
|2012||Christine Bethke, Tricia Chua, Debra Davendonis-Todd, Janet DeVries, Benjamin DiBiase, Anya Owens, Debra Willis, Erika Yagodzinski, and Kimboo York|
|2011||Tyeler McLean, Adrienne Serra, Hadi Sheikhnia, Kimberly Ann Tinnell, Benjamin Yadon, and Erika Yagodzinski|
|2010||Billy R. Glasco, Jr., Anne Larrivee, Tracy Lin Seurer, and Marjorie Young|
|2009||Katherine Adams, Melissa Barber, Barbara Cardinale, and Carlos Pearman|
|2008||Ana D. Rodriguez, Beatrice C. Skokan, and Sandra Varry|
|2006||April Anderson, Janine Awai, Gail Donovan, Anastasia Levadas, and Erin VanClay|