The curriculum of the Humanities Program provides opportunities for the student seeking intellectual coherence and integration, awareness of cultural contexts and traditions, and the connection of humanistic theory to practice. The program is pluralistic and multicultural in its vision and interdisciplinary in its approach. It is designed to provide essential skills and understanding for intelligent action and preparation for a wide range of careers.
- Due December 15, 2016
- Open to Majors in the Humanities Program
The Humanities Program will grant five awards of $1,000 each, to be used to support study abroad, an internship, writing a thesis, producing a significant art project, or travel to a conference. A scholarship committee consisting of Humanities teaching faculty will evaluate these awards.
In no more than 500 words, describe your project, how it relates to your Humanities major, and what you hope to gain from the project.
Append one letter of recommendation from a UO professor who can speak to the quality of your academic work and in support of your project.
Awards will be announced in January 2017.
Send hard copy materials to: Classics, Mary Jaeger, 311 Susan Campbell Hall
Send electronic materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org