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To promote and encourage the study of a modern foreign language in the IU School of Liberal Arts, scholarships are awarded to student(s) majoring in Liberal Arts at IUPUI and studying abroad.
The award honors Professor Margaret A. Cook who helped establish the world languages program at IUPUI.
Encourages collaboration between Liberal Arts faculty and students on academic or course related research in a Liberal Arts discipline. Provides opportunities for academically promising undergraduate students to gain first-hand experience on research projects while collaborating with a faculty member thereby strengthening the community of scholarship.
Created by P.M.G. and M.S.W. Harris, this scholarship recognizes the importance of study abroad for Liberal Arts students, the value of these learning opportunities in an increasingly global society, and the life-changing experience that international study provides. Eligible candidates will be students majoring in a School of Liberal Arts discipline and enrolled in an accredited study abroad program for a semester or year-long academic program. In selecting recipients, preference will be given to students majoring in history or graduate students in history.
Created to honor the memory of Audrey Harshbarger, Jean Oswalt’s grandmother, whose belief and faith in young people and commitment to their learning through experience has inspired many, to further Indiana University's mission, and to encourage others to give to Indiana University. This award seeks to support students who study abroad because that experience develops a person’s understanding of our place in a global society, and the donors believe that this experience is integral to a person’s education.
Dean would like this to go to a Liberal Arts Student Ambassador who has at least 1 year left of school and is the top academic performer + an essay on their favorite service event and why.
To assist outstanding students majoring in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Recipients must have an interest in educating others.
Sam Masarachia Scholars must be interested in studies related to labor, senior citizen, and/or community activism and follow an approved course of study. Recipients participate in Masarachia seminars, internships, and related activities.
Scholarship provides full, in-state tuition (12-15 credit hours per semester) and is renewable for up to four years.
This scholarship assists outstanding students during their senior year in attaining an extraordinary educational experience that will enhance their opportunity for advanced study.
Supports undergraduate or post-baccalaureate scholarships to enable students to learn through their engagement with the community regardless of the physical location of the activity. Recipients will devote a reasonable amount of time to a project, as determined by and under the supervision of a faculty member, consistent with the student’s learning objectives and the goals of a specific project that demonstrates learning through community engagement.
This scholarship was founded to honor the contributions of Gail and William Plater to the IUPUI campus.
Benefits students with a demonstrated interest in women’s studies or English Literature. Honors Dr. Frances Rhome, Professor Emerita of English.
To benefit students interested in working in a mentoring relationship with faculty on developing new teaching technologies. In memory of Professor Ray Russo, faculty in the PU School of Science at IUPUI.
Founded in memory of Alice Chandler Gockley and Gordon Gockley, the Chandler/Gockley supports undergraduate student scholarships for international study outside the United States of America.
To support and encourage former members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis (BGCI) to study in a degreed curriculum in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.
For adult returning students enrolled in a degree program in the school who demonstrate financial need. Full or part-time students who are returning to school after at least 3 years may be considered.
Promotes and encourages the study of French, English, German, or Spanish language and literature in the IU School of Liberal Arts. Presented to a student who is outstanding in the study of literature and language.
Created in honor of Zora Neale Hurston and Mari Evens, these scholarships seek to encourage the study of subjects that transcend gender, race, age, culture and economic status.
This scholarship will be used to support annual award(s) for any undergraduate or graduate Liberal Arts student who is conducting research that entails the administration of a survey and analysis of the results. The number, amount, and recipient(s) of the Award will be determined by a Committee made up of the School of Liberal Arts faculty that includes the Chair of the Department of Political Science.
This scholarship supports Liberal Arts students who are pursuing futures in teaching. The scholarship honors the memory of Barbara White Thoreson, whose devotion to teaching and to the students she taught inspired a love for learning in those who knew her.
Established in honor of Joseph and Lillian Zeglin by their daughter, Dr. Peg Zeglin Brand and her husband Myles Brand, this annual fellowship will be awarded to undergraduate students in the Humanities, with preference given to women. The number, amount and recipient(s) of the fellowship will be determined by the Scholarships Committee of the School.