Alpha Chi will award up to two Pryor Fellowships, typically one of $6,000 to a student in a doctoral program who has completed at least two years of graduate or professional study beyond the baccalaureate degree and one of $4,000 to a student for the first or second year of graduate or professional study beyond the baccalaureate degree.
The Pryor Fellowship is named for Dr. Joseph E. Pryor who served in many capacities with Alpha Chi throughout his academic career—from chapter sponsor of the Arkansas Eta chapter at Harding University to regional and national leadership. Dr. Pryor’s last position with Alpha Chi was as Executive Director from 1983 through 1993.
Electronic applications are due by February 15.
Eligibility and application procedures for graduates and alumni will be posted here in October.