Spring Award Descriptions
The Daniel Edge Memorial Scholarship Fund was established with gifts made by his friends and family as a permanently endowed fund to recognize talented and deserving students majoring in Music Engineering and Production and/or those students playing the saxophone, who are in the third or fourth year of study at Berklee College of Music.
A fund established by MIX Magazine in recognition of continuing MP&E majors and achievement in the audio field. This award was established in response to Berklee receiving the 1985 TEC Award for best recording school. Recipient gives the college the right to notify MIX Magazine of their name and biographical information in connection with the promotion and production of future TEC Awards programs. Students selected for this award will be continuing MP&E majors. Award based on merit.
The awards are given annually to a percussion student and/or a MP&E major who demonstrates outstanding musical talent and has maintained an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0.
Awards are given to continuing or returning students in the area of Music Technology which recognize outstanding achievement in Music Production and Engineering.
The Yale Thompson Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1996 in memory of a former Berklee student, Yale Thompson, by his family, Larry, Oksana, and Tiffany Thompson. The endowed scholarship fund was established to recognize an outstanding Music Production and Engineering major with first preference for a student who is a returning senior student, with additional preference for a percussionist.
The Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund is a permanent endowed trust established in 1991 with donations from friends of Joseph Baptista.
The scholarship will be awarded annually to an academically and financially deserving student pursuing multi-media coursework within the Music Technology Division.
Robin Coxe-Skolfield was a professor in the Music Production and Engineering department, having taught at Berklee since 1982. Throughout her distinguished career she encouraged women to pursue careers in engineering. In 1995 the Audio Engineering Society awarded her a special "Granny" Award as "First Lady in Audio Education in America."
Contributions may be made in her honor to: Berklee Women in Audio Scholarship, Berklee College of Music, Box 3, 1140 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215.
Liberal Arts Achievement Award
Determined by the Liberal Arts department, student with highest cumulative Liberal Arts GPA.
Awarded in recognition of outstanding achievement in the department.
Awarded annually to musically and academically deserving students demonstrating outstanding achievement in the areas of Music Technology and/or Performance.
This award is designed to recognize outstanding achievement by a Music Production and Engineering / Electronic Production and Design dual major or a single major in one of the two technology division majors.