Awards/Scholarships

Awards

 

1.      Holman Hamilton Scholarship:  Each fall the Department of History selects an outstanding first-semester senior, which provides financial assistance toward tuition.  Nominations are by members of the faculty.  Senior History Majors who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 in History courses and 3.3 overall and who have taken at least nine hours of courses in United States History other than History 108 -109 are eligible.

2.      Philo Bennett Prize: Each spring a special departmental committee announces a competition for the Philo Bennett Prize, an award for the best historical paper by an undergraduate.

3.      Brent Prizes:  Each spring the department also names the winners of the Brent Prizes, which are awarded to the twelve graduating seniors with the highest grade point averages. 

 

Scholarships

 

1.      Caller-Zolondek Travel Scholarship: Up to two A&S International Scholarships will be awarded to candidates during the summer. Applicants must:

a.      be an undergraduate major in either History, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, or the International Studies Program

b.      NOT be attending any other program, independent study or travel in Europe during, before, or after the Summer.

c.       have junior or senior academic status at the time of travel

d.      have an overall grade point average of at least 3.0

e.       enroll in Independent Work in the chosen major

f.       have a minimum stay in Europe of 16 days and visit designated cities and sites

2.      Italian Renaissance: One scholarship will be awarded to the candidates during the summer.  Applicants must:

a.      be a Major in History

b.      NOT be attending any other program, independent study, or travel in Europe before, during or after the Summer.

c.       Be an undergraduate student with at least junior status at the time of travel

d.      Have an overall grade point average of at least 3.0

e.       Enroll in HIS 395, Independent Study on Italian Renaissance

f.       Visit designated sites in Venice, Florence, Rome and Urbino

g.      Have a minimum stay in Italy of 10 days.

 

3.      Spain: The Islamic, Judaic, Christian Encounter:  One scholarship will be awarded to the candidate during the summer.  Applicants must:

a.      be a Major in History

b.      NOT be attending any other program, independent study, or travel in Europe before, during or after the Summer.

c.       Be an undergraduate student with at least junior status at the time of travel

d.      Have an overall grade point average of at least 3.0

e.       Enroll in HIS 395, Independent Study on Spain: The Islamic, Judaic, Christian Encounter

f.       Visit designated sites in Madrid, Toledo, Cordoba, Seville, Granada, and Santiago

g.      Have a minimum stay in Spain of 10 days.


 

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