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The Africana Studies Program presents this award to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence in the field, made outstanding contributions to the department, achieved a superior grade point average, and has the recommendation of the faculty.
This award is presented to an IUPUI undergraduate student for outstanding achievement in a paper written on the African-American experience. The prize honors Preston Eagleson, the first African American to receive an advanced degree from Indiana University.
This award supports scholarships for undergraduates in the Africana Studies Program.
The Olaniyan Scholars Program promotes the development of undergraduate research and professional experience through African American and African Diaspora Studies. Scholars enter into a highly structured course of study focusing on the lives, history, traditions, interests, and communities of people of African descent. The Program provides instate tuition, is renewable, and includes a stipend.Click here for information about applying.