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URBAN LEAGUE OF METROPOLITAN
DENVER GUILD BOOK SCHOLARSHIP

In 2012, the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver, Inc., through its auxiliary the Urban League Guild, continued its tradition of support for MSU Denver by partnering with the Department of Africana Studies to launch a book and supplies scholarship.  Urban League President/CEO Landri Taylor and Guild President Bettye Ellis, working with former League president and current affiliate faculty member in Africana Studies Professor Lawrence Borom, provided two Africana Studies majors $500 scholarships. Since then, the Urban League Guild’s commitment to our students has grown, with the Guild now providing two $1000 scholarships for the 2014/2015 academic year to Africana Studies majors or minors in good academic standing.  The Urban League Guild values and hopes to continue the relationship that has been established with MSU Denver.

 

2020/2021 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Millicent Haupt

  • Stanley Mills

2019/2020 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Agazi Abay

  • Raquel Cortez

2018/2019 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Charlene West

  • Tammy Garrett-Williams

2017/2018 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Katelyn Brooks

  • Rami Jordan

2016/2017 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Angela Lombard

  • Mattye Crowley

2015/2016 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Samrawit (Kecho) Alemayehu

  • Celeste Pegues

2014/2015 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Cristine de la Luna

  • Jamil Shabazz

2013/2014 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Darius Carey

  • Jenessa Carr

2012/2013 Urban League Guild Book Scholarship Recipients

  • Alycia Moore

  • Juanita Valdez

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF
AFRICANA STUDIES SCHOLARSHIPS

Thanks to donations from alumni and other members of the community, as well as revenues from summer courses (beginning in 2015), the Department has offered scholarships from time to time.   We hope to offer them on a regular basis beginning in spring 2016.

2020/2021 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Sarah Balijahe

  • Millicent Haupt

  • Antwaun Johnson

  • Jessi Kalambayi

  • Stanley Mills

  • Tamesha Morris

  • Nyadak Pal

2019/2020 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Agazi Abay

  • Sarah Balijahe

  • Raquel Cortez

  • Lawrence Dakari

  • Samba Diop

  • Jessi Kalambayi

  • Malaya King

2018/2019 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Korpo Kendee

  • Sitina Sado

  • Veranique Simpson

  • Charlene West

  • Tammy Garrett-Williams

2017/2018 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Katelyn Brooks

  • Samba Diop

  • Rami Jordan

  • Britania Madsen

  • Sitina Sado

2016/2017 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Mattye Crowley

  • Kristina Diaz

  • Angela Lombard

  • Alexandra Mason

  • Minna Newsom

2015/2016 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Jessica Sandoval

  • Samrawit (Kecho) Alemayehu

  • Celeste Pegues

  • Cristine de la Luna

  • Jamil Shabazz

2014/2015 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Alana Koenig

2013/2014 Africana Studies Scholarship Recipients

  • Leigh Kirkeeide