Celebration of Scholarships
Wayne V. McIntosh Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship in Government and Politics

Scholarship History

Paul S. Mandell '95 and Linda Mandell established the Wayne V. McIntosh Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship in Government and Politics in October 2010 to support outstanding undergraduate students with financial need in the Department of Government and Politics. In addition to serving as a trustee for the University of Maryland College Park Foundation, Paul Mandell has been a dedicated member and chairman of the BSOS Board of Visitors as well as an adjunct professor in the Department of Government and Politics.

Donor Statement

Since joining the faculty in the University of Maryland's Department of Government and Politics in 1983, Dr. Wayne V. McIntosh has been acknowledged several times for the outstanding teaching and mentoring of his students. He received the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences' Excellence in Teaching Award in both 1990 and 1996. His research and teaching interests lie in American political institutions, with a particular emphasis on law and courts. In addition, he has successfully competed for external funding, with two multi-year grants awarded by the National Science Foundation. His most recent book, Multi-Party Litigation, was published in spring 2009. Dr. McIntosh currently serves as the Associate Dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Paul and Lisa Mandell established this scholarship fund to recognize Dr. McIntosh for his continuing contributions to the University and positive influence in the lives of the students he has taught throughout the years. Naming this Fund in honor of Dr. McIntosh provides the perfect opportunity for many of his former students and current peers to recognize his extraordinary work on behalf of students, which has spanned nearly 30 years and continues to this day.

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