Women's Leadership Institute

The Anne-Katrin Gramberg Scholarship

Gramberg Scholarship Title

Dr. Anne-Katrin Gramberg served as the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts from 2005 until 2013. She was a visionary leader known for her belief in unity, transparency, honesty, and fairness. Under her leadership, the College of Liberal Arts excelled in research, outreach, fundraising, creative work, study abroad, community and civic engagement, and the arts. Members of the Dean’s Advisory Council established this scholarship endowment to honor Dr. Gramberg and recognize her dedication to the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University.

Recipients

2016: Sydney Johnson was the first recipient of the Gramberg scholarship. Ms. Johnson completed WLI’s course, “Women and Leadership,” during which she helped to create “Leading Ladies,” who traveled to the Lee County Youth Development Center to implement a program with young women aged 15-17 at the Chanticleer School. She graduated from Auburn University in 2017 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and currently works as a sales assistant for WSB-TV in Atlanta, GA.

Members of the WLI Advisory Board with 2016 Scholarship Recipient, Sydney Johnson.

 

2017: Catherine Miller is the 2017 recipient of the Gramberg Scholarship. Ms. Miller is a rising senior at Auburn, double majoring in Business Administration (Marketing) and French Language and Literature. She has been involved on campus in numerous leadership roles including War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen, Student Recruiters, Counselor for the High School Leadership Conference, and University Program Council. She is also a member of the Mortar Board National Honor Society and Pi Delta Phi French National Honor Society.

 

Dr. Anna Gramberg with 2017 scholarship recipient Catherine Miller

 

2018: Hannah White is the 2018 recipient of the Gramberg Scholarship. Ms. White is a rising junior at Auburn majoring in Political Science with minors in Philanthropy/Nonprofit Studies and Business. She completed WLI's course, "Women and Leadership," during spring 2018 in which she completed a project titled "We Walk to Remember" focused on raising awareness for and increasing participation in the Holocaust Remembrance Day event on campus.

 

Dr. Anna Gramberg with 2018 scholarship recipient Hannah White

 

Last Updated: May 16, 2018