Phyllis J. Moy-Agness (’68, ’75, ’80) retired after serving as a university teacher educator for thirty years. Prior to that, she had teaching experience in preschool, elementary, and special education classrooms. She had also worked in her private practice as an educational consultant for students with special needs. As a state, national, and international speaker and author, she has focused on training those professionals who provide services for students with special needs and students who are homeless. Dr. Agness’ husband, a Purdue University graduate and retired Army officer/helicopter pilot, shares her passion for education and for training teachers who have a zeal for making a difference. The Moy-Agness Scholarship was established to provide encouragement and financial support for Ball State special education graduate students who desire to change the world one student at a time.
One award in the amount of $1000.00
- Graduate student studying special education
- Minimum 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale
- Student is nearing completion of their degree program
*This award requires an application essay and a thank you note to the family
How to Apply
PDF Applications are available in spring semester by request directed to Dr. Penny Craig via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit completed applications and required materials to email@example.com.