Support Sociology@UCSantaCruz Scholarships on campus fundraising day: November 2

September 20, 2022

On November 2, 2022 UC Santa Cruz will host its annual Giving Day campaign, a 24-hour online fundraising event.

Sociology@UCSantaCruz is proud to announce four scholarships raising money to support our students and their continued work in challenging dominant norms and structures. Can’t decide which to donate to? Choose our general fund.

Incentives to give include matching funds: if you are interested in matching funds for specific scholarships, please email sociology@ucsc.edu. Challenges throughout the day will reward teams attracting the greatest number of donors during specific times. Campus events including accepting cash donations, of any amount, on day-of are planned for Quarry Plaza.

Stay tuned for the daily schedule! Follow Sociology@UCSantaCruz on Twitter or Facebook and help spread the word about all of our scholarships using the hashtag #give2UCSC on social media.

On Giving Day, visit the Giving Day pages that will be linked below to make gifts or track your favorite projects’ donations in real time.

Sociology Department - General

Your gift to the general fund helps Sociology@UCSantaCruz researchers take scholarly leaps into the dynamics of social action: agency and governance, politics and mediation, identity and difference, social justice and ethics, democracy and sustainability, technologies and environment, affect and politics.

Fanny Carruthers Award

Your gift will support one or more awards to be made annually, based on financial need and academic merit, to undergraduate or graduate sociology students who graduated from Santa Clara County high schools.

Dr. Francesca Guerra Undergraduate Research Scholarship

This award provides support for undergraduate sociology student researchers in honor of the memory of Dr. Francesca Guerra. The award is intended to provide stipends to support fieldwork travel and research.

Jessica Roy Memorial Award

This award provides funding for one or more graduate students within any department who pursues studies focusing on the equitable distribution of natural resources in international development, especially as that equity applies to women. The award, which is based on academic merit, is intended to provide stipends to support fieldwork travel and research.

Sociology of Race, Class, and Gender Endowment

This endowment funds two annual awards based on academic merit. For undergraduates, the Sociology of Race, Class, and Gender Senior Thesis Award is for sociology majors writing a thesis on race, class, and gender. For graduate students, it funds the Clark Dearborn Roby and Marianna Gilman Roby Sociology Ph.D. Dissertation Award to recognize sociology Ph.D. candidates contributing to social science and the public’s understanding of race, class, and gender within the United States.

Thank you for your support!