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CAS Harold W. Schloss Memorial Scholarship Fund

In November 1984, the Harold W. Schloss Scholarship was established by the Casualty Actuarial Society as a memorial to Mr. Schloss, a past president of the Society.

The fund for this annual $500 scholarship stipend was initiated by Mr. Schloss' wife, Frances A. Schloss, and their children. The scholarship is being used to benefit deserving and academically outstanding students in the actuarial program of the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science at the University of Iowa.

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The student recipient will be selected each spring by the Trustees of the CAS Trust, based upon the recommendation of the departmental chairperson at the University of Iowa.

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