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Undergraduate Research & Awards

Each year the Department of History awards a few scholarships and awards to its accomplished majors. These range from scholarships for promising students with established financial need to awards for excellent honors or 696 theses. Awards will be announced at our Annual Student Recognition and Awards ceremony, which takes place in May. In order to be considered for these scholarships and awards, you must be a history major and will need to submit an application. Some awards and scholarships require a statement or additional materials, as explained in the application form.

We also encourage history majors to apply for undergraduate research awards. Successful history majors have used these awards to conduct research for senior theses in locales as far flung as Africa and France, or closer to home in regional and national archives. If you are studying a less commonly taught foreign language, you may also be able to apply for a prestigious FLAS (foreign language area studies) fellowship. FLAS applications are due in early February. Several history majors have won these awards, which cover tuition for the academic year or a summer language program.

2015 History Honor Students

             Kat Youtsey, Alex Rankin, and Cassandra Abena Osei

​2015 Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


 
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