Undergraduate

IU Executive Development Program Fellowship/Scholarship for Park and Recreation Students

Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students with an emphasis in Park and Recreation Management, the IU Executive Development Program Fellowship/Scholarship for Park and Recreation Students is given to students with a GPA of 3.3 or more on a 4.0 scale.

The Indiana University Executive Development Program is a continuing education program for parks and recreation professionals. The program was established in 1967 and offers education opportunities focusing on leadership and management skill development. The Scholarship was created to recognize and assist future park and recreation professionals. The IU Executive Development Program is directed by Dr. Julie Knapp and coordinated with the help of the IU EDP Board of Directors. Their commitment to the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies and the Executive Development Program has led them to establish the IU Executive Development Program Scholarship for Park and Recreation Students to benefit undergraduate and graduate students who have worked in Parks and Recreation during their undergraduate or graduate education at Indiana University and who are actively pursuing a career in parks and recreation.