Founded by daughter Alice Jean Stine for Frederick County Public School graduates studying at Salisbury University.
Julia D. Stine of Knoxville was born July 3, 1911. In 1930, she attended the Salisbury Normal School (now Salisbury State University), where she earned a degree in education. After returning to the area, she dedicated nearly 30 years to teaching in Frederick County elementary schools in Lander and Brunswick, while continuing her own post-graduate education at Hood College, Shepherd College and the University of Maryland. In memory of Mrs. Stine’s teaching career, her daughter Alice Jean Stine started The Julia D. Stine Memorial Scholarship Fund. In keeping with Julia Stine’s own career path, the Fund that bears her name awards scholarships to students who will attend Salisbury University to major in education, social work, psychology, sociology, nursing, and other related fields.