Glenn and Dorothy Dumke Fellowship Scholarship
The Glenn and Dorothy Dumke Fellowship was established in memory of Dr. Glenn S. Dumke, Chancellor of the California State University from 1962 to 1982.
The purpose of this fellowship is to encourage student scholars to engage in graduate work in fields such as public policy, American history, economics, archival management, and government. Preference will be given to projects that involve research about the State of California. The selected scholar is expected to pursue research projects within special CSU library/archival collections.
Scholarship recipients must meet each of the following requirements:
• Graduate students
• Major: public policy, American history, economics, library science, archival management, or government during the academic year.
• Minimum of a GPA: 3.0
• Personal Statement with the following information –
o The applicant’s interest in American history and/or California history; politics and economics of California; or similar areas of California studies
o Any prior work in the areas listed above and how it relates to the State of California
o The anticipated focus of the research project and a clearly defined plan of study
• Please attach current college transcripts including all undergraduate and graduate coursework completed.
• Please submit a Letter of Recommendation from a CSU faculty.
• Use the award to pursue research projects within the Dumke Collection or other collections housed within the CSU archives at CSU Dominguez Hills, the Center for California Studies at CSU Sacramento, or other special collections within the CSU system. Information about the CSU Special Collections can be found at http://www.calstate.edu/gradprograms/libraries.shtml and http://dsc.calstate.edu/.