Carol Morgan Hart Endowed Scholarship
Family, friends, and colleagues created this scholarship in honor of Carol Morgan Hart, a Radford University graduate (BS, 1966 and MS, 1983). Carol taught English for 20 years with experiences at Lord Botetourt High School, Rocky Gap High School, Tazewell High School, and Graham High School. Carol graduated from John I. Burton High School in Wise County after attending elementary school in Bedford County. Her daughter teaches English in Bath County. Carol wrote weekly stories about Southwest Virginia as a columnist for five years for roanoke.com (Roanoke Times). In addition, she authored “Facing West: A Conrad Amburger Story” in 2009.
To be considered, students must be enrolled at Radford University full time, have a declared major, minor or double major in English, and maintain a minimum 2.7 grade point average. Priority will be given to a rising junior; however, if no candidate meets this requirement, scholarship may be awarded to a rising senior or graduate student. Priority is given for a student working part-time during the academic year. Priority consideration is also given to an applicant from the Virginia counties of Bath, Bedford, Bland, Botetourt, Roanoke, Tazewell, and Wise, and followed by Southwest Virginia counties.
The scholarship contacts are Mr. and Mrs. E. Franklin Hart