Department of Emergency Management
Inquire or submit application packet to:
1509 N Boulder Avenue, ADM 209
Russellville, AR 72801
Ed Leachman Emergency Management Scholarship
Through the generosity of Roy and Sandy Smith, this scholarship was established to honor Mr. Ed Leachman, former assistant professor of Emergency Management. The recipient of this award must be an undergraduate or graduate student at Arkansas Tech University pursuing a degree within the Department of Emergency Management. The recipient must be active in the International Association of Emergency Managers and demonstrate financial need. Applicants must submit a statement as to how the scholarship will help him/her reach career goals.
David and Lauren Maxwell ScholarshipThis scholarship, established by David and Lauren Maxwell, was established to provide scholarships for Arkansas Tech University students majoring in emergency management. Scholarships will be awarded each year that funds are sufficient to a full-time graduate or undergraduate student who is majoring in emergency management, is in good academic standing, demonstrates financial need, and is taking only traditional classroom setting (face-to-face) emergency management classes (not online courses). This scholarship shall be awarded for one semester and is renewable for the subsequent semester as long as the recipient continues to meet the criteria.
James L. Witt Scholarship
This scholarship was
established for the purpose of providing scholarships for students
attending Arkansas Tech University majoring in Emergency Management.
Scholarships and awards will be granted each year that funds are
sufficient, with preference given to students who have a minimum of 24
college hours, maintains a minimum class load of 6 hours per semester,
and a cumulative 3.0 grade point average.
Dr. Richard Ihde Emergency Management Communications Scholarship
This scholarship, established by friends and family in memory of Dr. Richard Ihde, will be made each year that funds are available to a full-time graduate or undergraduate student majoring in Emergency Management. Consideration will be given to students who are in good academic standing, demonstrates financial need, and submits a 500-word (minimum) essay on the topic of the importance of communication in emergency management. The award is for one semester and may be renewed for the subsequent semester if the recipient remains a full-time student in good academic standing.