Mark Kantrowitz, Founder www. Minnesota GLBT Educational Fund Minnesota This award recognizes outstanding gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth and friends, and supports their continuing education. The deadline is March The deadline is in early April.
University of California, Berkeley The Gender Equity Resource Center provides a full listing of university and privately sponsored scholarships that are available to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students as well as those engaging in LGBT studies. Zami is Atlanta's premiere organization for lesbians of African descent, and the award's emphasis is on service to the lesbian community.
The scholarship amount varies.
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Applications may be submitted to Stonewall Community Foundation via e-mail, postal mail, or fax.
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Scholarships include the Matthew Shepard Memorial Scholarship name used with permission of the Shepard family , named for the Wyoming college student murdered in for his sexual orientation, and the Laurel Hester Memorial Scholarship.
In the s, during the reign of Henry VIII , England passed the Buggery Act, which made sexual relations between men a criminal offense punishable by death. University of New Hampshire The Bill Kidder Fund Award is given to a University of New Hampshire UNH student each year who, through their scholarship, leadership or other outstanding efforts, fosters greater understanding concerning sexual orientation and gender identity in the UNH community.