Glaubinger Non-Resident Entrepreneurship Scholarship
The late Larry Glaubinger received a B.S. in Business from Indiana University, where he studied accounting, in 1949. He enjoyed a successful career in the textile industry and was dedicated to philanthropy. Beginning in 2001 he funded eight scholarships for junior and senior entrepreneurship majors in the Kelley School of Business. The Glaubinger Non-Resident Entrepreneurship Scholarship is awarded annually by the Kelley School of Business to a student who is a U.S. citizen but not an Indiana resident. The donor's intent is to support the education of US-based entrepreneurs.
- Junior or Senior (3rd or 4th year student) during the award period
- Entrepreneurship major
- Non-Indiana resident
- U.S. citizen
- Full time enrollment
Recipients will have demonstrated outstanding entrepreneurial aptitude and experience, involvement with the Johnson Center and also have completed coursework in entrepreneurship.
The 2021-22 academic year application will become available January 15, 2021. Eligible students should submit the Glaubinger Entrepreneurship Scholarship Application, along with a resume by 5:00 p.m. on February 26, 2021.