The Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Branch County Community Foundation is pleased to introduce the Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship. The Quincy High School Class of 1976 Alumni created the Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship fund in Memory of Tim Baldwin.
Tim graduated from Quincy High School and spent an eleven-year academic career at Michigan State University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing, a Master of Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Management. After graduating with his Ph.D., he moved to Bloomington, Indiana, with his wife and accepted his teaching position at Indiana University.
Tim had a very successful career in research, teaching, and service. He published more than 50 academic journal articles, co-authored several books, and won several competitive national and international research awards over his academic career. As a teacher, he profoundly impacted students with his encouragement and support. He was frequently recognized for teaching excellence, winning multiple University and School level MBA and undergraduate teaching awards.
The Quincy High School Class of 1976 has memorialized Tim Baldwin and all his success as a businessman and teacher by opening a scholarship for students interested in a similar career path. The Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship is open to graduating seniors and Quincy High School graduates seeking a degree and career in business or education with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, with preference given to students attending Michigan State University or Indiana University.
BCCF offers scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors and current college students from Branch County and Colon, Michigan. Applicants can access and apply for this and more than 40 other scholarships with just one application by visiting https://www.brcofoundation.org/scholarships.