John W. Jung
This scholarship was created in honor of John W. Jung, class of 2001. John conceived and helped coordinate the now annual All-Campus Party (ACP), a weeklong celebration of UW-Madison that provides substance-free entertainment intended for tens of thousands of students, faculty and community members each year. Despite his dynamic leadership, ability to excel in and outside of school, and his commitment to serving others, John struggled with an ongoing battle against substance abuse and addiction. This memorial scholarship recognizes students who follow in John’s footsteps of leadership, excellence, and service, while raising awareness about the challenges of addiction. Please follow the link below to fill out the scholarship application form. The recipient will be recognized at Lake St. Bash on Friday, April 19th, 2019. Please apply by Wednesday, April 3rd.
$2000 toward 2019 Fall Tuition
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2017 Recipient: Matias Figari
Matias Figari hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is pursuing a double major in computer science and industrial engineering. His involvement on campus includes the Wisconsin Consulting Club, the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, and volunteering with SCIENCountErs, a student-led group that teaches young, underrepresented students about scientific concepts. Matias also sits on the executive board of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, with which he works to inspire the next generation of minority students to pursue STEM careers. When he’s not working with academic organizations, you can find Matias working out with the Wisconsin Cycling Club and volunteering at local 5ks.