Chicago Business School Establishes Minority Scholarship

The Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago has established the Enid Fogel Diversity Scholarship for a black or Hispanic student. The new scholarship will provide at least $50,000 toward the two-year tuition fee, which now stands at about $89,000. The business school already has several other scholarship awards that are earmarked for underrepresented minorities and women.

The scholarship is named for Enid Fogel, a former associate dean of the business school who died in September at the age of 84. She was the wife of Robert Fogel, the Nobel Prize-winning economist.