Art History Division Scholarships for Graduate Students
Scholarship coordinator: Liz Cecil (email@example.com)
Margaret A. and Robert L. Alexander Scholarship
Awarded to doctoral candidates whose research is in the area of Western Civilization including the Ancient Near East.
Wilhelm and Jane Bodine Fellowship
Awarded to two graduate students; approximately $9,000 and recipients qualify for in-state/resident tuition rate.
Charles D. Cuttler Art History European Travel Award
Awarded to an ABD (All But Dissertation) doctoral candidate in European art history before 1900 to support travel for dissertation research.
Elizabeth Gilmore Holt Scholarship
Awarded to a PhD student with preference given to married female students.
Lester D. Longman Award in Art
Awarded to a graduate student who shows clarity and elegance of writing style, a predominate concern for aesthetic issues, a capacity for keen analysis of individual works of art and a sense for art in relationship to the history of ideas.
Margarete Ellyson Rice Travel Fellowship
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students to help them travel to Europe to study the Italian Renaissance where it occurred.
William S. Saunders Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a graduate student specializing in ancient art history and/or gay art and artists.
Dean's Graduate Research Fellowship
Awarded to incoming graduate students; equivalent to half-time graduate assistantship. Must be nominated by faculty, award announced in late spring by Graduate College.