Frances Holland Black Endowed Fund in Women's Studies

Frances Holland BlackThis fund in Women's Studies provides funds for graduate and undergraduate women students to support internships which develop feminist perspectives. Each semester one student may receive up to $500.00 if they have been accepted into an internship program with relevance to women.

To apply for funds from the Women's Studies Program, you should submit to that office a letter requesting the funds during the semester prior to the internship by March 30. A copy of the letter confirming acceptance in an internship from an agency or organization is required. For more information about this opportunity, contact Kim Q. Hall, Director of Women's Studies.

Maggie McFadden Fund for Women's Studies Student Development

Maggie McFaddenThe Maggie McFadden Fund provides financial assistance for students wishing to attend women's studies academic conferences. Students planning to attend a conference can contact the Kim Q. Hall, Director of Women's Studies.




Women’s Studies Development Fund of the Appalachian State University Foundation

The Women's Studies Development Fund gives the department the opportunity to support receptions, speakers, and co-sponsor events that do not qualify for state funds.  Fund-raising for the Development Fund has been done especially by the Friends of Women’s Studies, collecting donations for an Endowed Fund to support a semester-long Visiting Professorship in Women’s Studies as curriculum support to teach classes such as Feminist Economics, Gender and Technology, Feminist Religion, Nursing, etc.  All donations are tax-deductible. Make your check payable to the ASU Foundation, with a notation for the Women’s Studies Development Fund.


Dr. Kim Q. Hall
Director of Women's Studies
(828) 262-7603

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