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The Department of Communication Studies presents this award to a Communication Studies graduating graduate student 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.
The Petronio-Bantz Graduate Student Travel Award was created by Professor Sandra Petronio and former Chancellor Charles R. Bantz who believe that the ability to present research, participate in scholarly meetings and conferences, and have the opportunity to network is essential in the professional development of graduate students, particularly those who wish to enter academia.
This scholarship is to support an award for graduate students enrolled in the Department of Economics within the School of Liberal Arts. Recipients shall have written an outstanding paper in the area of empirical economics.
This award is for the best paper or thesis on intercultural communication submitted by a student enrolled in a graduate course in a degree program offered through one of the departments in the IU School of Liberal Arts. Understanding between and among disparate cultures has challenged humankind throughout history; intercultural communication, is a key element in achieving that understanding. The award is based on a belief that a disciplined approach to the study of intercultural communication can provide valuable insights toward achieving understanding among cultures. The study of intercultural communication is broadly defined to include research in areas such as language corpora, contrastive rhetoric, second language acquisition, second language pedagogy, language and communication theory, as well as other related fields.
This $150 award is for an outstanding poem by an undergraduate or graduate female student. Any woman who has enrolled in an IUPUI creative writing class last year may apply. The award is given in memory of Marianne Hedges, a former IUPUI student and a fine poet.
This $150 award is given to the best paper submitted by a student enrolled in the English MA Program at IUPUI. It honors the memory of a man who served the community as a physician and whose passionate humanism and great intellect bore witness to the lifelong value of a liberal education. Submissions must have been written for course work in the English MA program. Students may submit up to two papers for this award. Students may revise and edit their work before submitting it.
The Geography Department honors a graduating senior and graduating master student for their excellence in geographic studies and for outstanding service to the department.
This scholarship is for a graduate internship in public history including but not limited to a salary, research support, and professional development activities.
This scholarship to support the customary expenses of a graduate internship in public history including, but not limited to a salary, research support, and professional development activities.
The Robert Barrows History Graduate Student Paper Scholarship is given annually to a current IUPUI graduate student who submits the best history paper.
This scholarship is to support one annual undergraduate or one graduate scholarship in the Department of Journalism and Public Relations. In selecting the recipients, preference will be given to a student who is actively involved in campus journalism activities and organizations.
This scholarship is to support unrestricted undergraduate or graduate scholarships in the Department of Journalism and Public Relations.
This scholarship is to support undergraduate or post-baccalaureate scholarships 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.
This scholarship is to assist outstanding undergraduate or graduate students majoring in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Recipients must have an interest in educating others.
This scholarship is to be used to provide support for international educational experiences for students engaging in social, cultural, and/or historical academic endeavors. The recipient(s) will be undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Liberal Arts who are currently enrolled.
This scholarship has been established in memory of Dr. Daniel Nützel, former German professor and Director of the Max Kade German-American Center at IUPUI to honor his contributions to the German Program at IUPUI and the German-American community of Indiana. The scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students with a proven interest in German American Studies.
Two Max Kade Fellowships are available each academic year. Graduate students admitted to or applying for admission to an IUPUI graduate program who meet the stipulations below are invited to apply.
This fund is to support a scholarship for one student pursuing a degree in Museum Studies in the School of Liberal Arts who demonstrates academic excellence and an interest in expanding their worldview/experience through their liberal arts studies. Preference will be given to a student with financial need.
This endowed fellowship may be awarded to a new or returning student in either the Bioethics or International Research Ethics concentrations of the Philosophy MA program in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. The fellowship award includes a $10,000 stipend from which health & dental insurance will be drawn, if needed. The purpose of the fellowship is to support a research project that concretely applies philosophical/ethical principles to real-life situations in the health care or biomedical research context. The project should connect the student with faculty and resources in one or all of the following: the Myles Brand Chair in Cancer Research in the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, the IU Center for Bioethics, or the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI.
This prize is awarded to a student enrolled in the American philosophy master's program for a significant essay which is judged to be superior. This Prize honors the memory of Jean Martin Maxwell (1924-2005) who discovered a passion for the study of philosophy when, as an adult returning student, she undertook a master's degree program in the history and philosophy of education at Northern Illinois University. Her master's thesis on the Phenomenology of William James confirmed her interests, and she subsequently went on to teach introductory philosophy courses.
The Philosophy Department's Burke-Tilley fund is intended specifically for graduate students. The purpose of the fund is to help graduate students with certain costs associated with their graduate degrees or certificates, such as applying to PhD programs, attending professional conferences, and the like. The fund covers costs incurred or to be incurred during the current academic year, including the summers. The fund is funded by an anonymous but generous alumnus, and is named to commemorate the donor's two most inspiring teachers: Michael Burke and John Tilley.
This scholarship is for undergraduate and graduate students. The award will be given to students who are enrolled in the Philosophy Department at the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI during the academic year the prize is awarded. The award recognizes academic excellence and a strong commitment to the study of philosophy. The number, amount(s), and recipient(s) of the Prize will be determined by the resident faculty of the Department.
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 fellowship is awarded to a student enrolled in the Sociology Master’s Degree program at the IU School of Liberal Arts on the IUPUI campus. It honors the spirit of Professor David Bell, accomplished research scholar with a passion for social theory. The fellowship was established to encourage graduate students in the Department of Sociology to complete exemplary graduate research and pursue further social science research through doctoral study.
This scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in the Sociology Master's Degree program at the IU School of Liberal Arts on IUPUI's campus. It honors the memory of Professor Suzanne Steinmetz, beloved mother and wife, dedicated colleague, and accomplished teacher and scholar of the Department of Sociology in the IU School of Liberal Arts whose deep and long-standing commitment to the department and its students, particularly at the graduate level, was inspirational.
Provides support to undergraduate IUPUI Spanish majors and graduate students in the IUPUI Spanish M.A.T. for Spanish language study abroad programs. The award honors Professor Nancy Newton who helped establish the Spanish M.A.T. program at IUPUI.