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For an outstanding student in her/his first year as a major in the Department of Economics. This award recognizes the contributions of Professor Emeritus Robert Kirk, longtime undergraduate advisor in Economics.
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 fund is to support undergraduate scholarships. Recipients will be enrolled in the General Studies Degree Program at IUPUI who have a record of academic excellence as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4 point scale and who have submitted an application for the scholarship. The number, amount, and recipients of the scholarship will be determined by the scholarship selection committee.
Executive Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculties Emeritus William M. Plater is a strong advocate for IUPUI’s nontraditional students. This scholarship was created in his honor. This scholarship will be given to a student enrolled in the General Studies Degree Program within the school of Liberal Arts who have an interest in adding an international educational experience to their portfolio while pursuing their undergraduate degree. Should no applications for international experience be submitted by the posted deadline, the committee may select a qualified candidate requesting domestic experience outside Indiana.
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 prize is awarded to an IUPUI student for superior achievement on a paper on a historical subject. The prize is presented by the History Department faculty in memory of Theodore Thelander, Jr., a former member of the department.
This scholarship is to support undergraduate scholarships for the Department of Journalism and Public Relations.
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.
Founded in recognition and celebration of members of America’s armed forces to provide student veterans majoring in Liberal Arts disciplines with support to obtain their degrees and move toward accomplishing their professional and personal goals.
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.
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.
This scholarship is for an undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. This scholarship celebrates the life and memory of Congressman Andy Jacobs Jr., a remarkable public servant, citizen, veteran, teacher, friend, husband, and father, a Democrat who served the central Indiana district in the U.S. House of Representatives for 30 years and who later brought his commitment to democracy to the classroom as an adjunct faculty member in political science in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. The scholarship recognizes the potential of all students to make important contributions to our community and nation.
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.
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.
The Mary F. Crisler is for potential or current full time students in the School of Liberal Arts.
This scholarship assists outstanding students during their junior or senior year in attaining an extraordinary educational experience that will enhance their opportunity for advanced study.
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 is to recognize a Liberal Arts Student who is enrolled in an accredited study abroad program.
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.
This award recognizes an undergraduate student who has demonstrated the highest level of excellence in the study of philosophy. It honors Professor John Riteris, a Philosophy faculty member during the 1970s.
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.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students and managed by the Department, for the best essays or papers written on the topic of political theory. Recipients shall be students at IUPUI in any discipline. They must be currently enrolled in, or have taken in the last two years, a political theory course offered by the Department. The number, amount and the recipient(s) of the Prize will be determined by a committee within the Department, appointed by the Department chair.
This award goes to a graduating senior sociology major who has demonstrated the highest level of excellence in the study of Sociology.
This award is presented to one undergraduate sociology major or minor for the best paper written in a sociology course.