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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.
This award supports advanced Anthropology student research, allowing an Anthropology student to attend symposia which will support their area of anthropological research or at which the student is presenting research findings and/or to attend field school or provide for related travel and/or publication.
To support undergraduate Political Science majors to attend conferences and/or complete undergraduate research projects. Students do not apply to this scholarship, however, if you feel you are eligible contact the Political Science office.
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.