THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ART HISTORY
TOWNLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDY OR RESEARCH ABROAD IN THE HISTORY OF ART
Purpose and Eligibility:
The purpose of this award is to provide recognition and financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Art History at Penn State, who are planning to participate in a study abroad program or to travel for scholarly research.
Eligibility: Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students majoring in Art History who
(a) are in good academic standing,
(b) intend to continue their education to a B.A. degree in Art History and
(c) have applied to participate in a study abroad program, or are planning to travel for specific research purposes related to a scholarly project.
To apply for this award, the applicant must send:
(a) a letter of intent describing the proposed study abroad program or research agenda and how it would benefit the applicant’s objectives in the field of art history;
(b) a description of how the award will be used and, if appropriate, a detailed budget;
(c) a brief nomination email to the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator, Dr. Charlotte Houghton (email@example.com), from a faculty member familiar with the applicant’s work and goals.
For application deadline please contact:Christine Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org 814-865-4873