Kimberly Todd-White Endowment for Pan-African Studies
This scholarship was established by family, friends and fellow faculty members of Kimberly Todd-White. Kimberly graduated from Kent State University in 1988 with a B.A. in English and in 1990 with an M.A. in English. She stayed at Kent, and followed her passion for teaching for 20 years, guiding students through Honors English and Pan-African Studies, making herself available to them day and night. Kimberly was awarded "Favorite Teacher Recognition" several times and in 2010 received the "Honors Faculty of the Year" award. Named in her memory, this scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students majoring or minoring in Pan-African Studies. Preference is given to a student with a GPA of 2.8 or higher.