Chloe Millikan Memorial Scholarship
Miss Chloe Millikan was a member of the faculty in Childhood Education at Northwest Missouri State for 33 years prior to her retirement in 1961.
Miss Millikan came to Northwest in 1928 after several years of teaching and supervision in the public schools of Missouri and two years as director of early childhood education at the Teachers College, Kansas City, Mo. She received her BS at Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg, and her masters degree from Columbia University in New York. She also did graduate work at Columbia, the University of Chicago and Stanford University.
While at Northwest, Miss Millikan, helped organize a professional organization for students planning to teach in the area of early childhood education. This organization, originally called the Primary Council, evolved into the Association of Childhood Education International in 1931.
Miss Millikan served as a state president of the American Association of University Women and was on numerous national committees in her field. She was also a member of Kappa Delta Pi, national education fraternity, and was one of the original Missouri state members of Delta Kappa Gamma, national sorority for outstanding women.
Scholarships associated with Chloe Millikan Memorial Scholarship