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10. College of Liberal Arts

Judith H. Langlois, PhD
Interim Dean
Richard R. Flores, PhD
Associate Dean
Brian E. Roberts, PhD
Associate Dean
James A. Southerland Jr., MPA
Assistant Dean
Web site
www.utexas.edu/cola

General Information

Arts and Sciences Education

The academic program offered cooperatively by the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Natural Sciences provides what is sometimes referred to as a "liberal arts" or an "arts and sciences" education. No matter what area of knowledge a student intends to specialize in, the program of study will require courses in both colleges. The colleges work together to ensure that the individual interests and needs of the students pursuing an arts and sciences program of study are provided for as effectively as possible.

Guidelines for developing a coherent plan of study are provided by major requirements, by sequential prerequisites, and by optional patterns of emphasis. Departmental majors, areas of concentration, and interdepartmental programs are designed to enable every student to study at least one field in depth. These programs are sufficiently broad in scope to allow students in the same major to develop quite different plans of study in pursuit of their individual interests and goals. Each student should choose courses that are intellectually challenging and that contribute to his or her long-term objectives.

Arts and sciences students are required to take a certain number of courses in the natural sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, and the humanities. Consequently, whatever their fields of study, they have the opportunity to learn something about the basic differences in the ways questions are raised and answered in several fields of inquiry, and about the techniques for validating the answers and putting the results to use. At the same time, they may gain some of the philosophical and historical perspectives that illuminate and give form to general or specialized knowledge and help to reveal its relevance.

The assumption is sometimes made by both teachers and students that independent and creative study is exclusively for the gifted. In fact, the primary condition is that the student be highly motivated, although he or she must also demonstrate ability. The departments that make up the two arts and sciences colleges encourage all qualified students to work independently—not only in special honors courses and seminars and in conference, studio, or laboratory work, but also in their regular courses. The student is free to define a major, to determine whether a given assignment will be an adventure or a chore, free to develop its latent possibilities or merely satisfy its explicit demands. True creativity presupposes more than a gift for innovation; it requires an unceasing commitment to thinking and working at one's highest level.

As competence is gained in a chosen field, the mind should be progressively sharpened, disciplined, and enriched. The student who leaves arts and sciences studies with an enhanced understanding of self and humankind, of cultural and historical heritage, of the world and the universe, and of the moral values that make it possible to live a meaningful life, will have made the most of education, having gained something over and above the objective of vocational preparedness.

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Scholarships Awarded through the College of Liberal Arts

Special scholarships established by individuals and foundations are open to undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts. Some of these scholarships are described below. Financial assistance is also available in many College of Liberal Arts departments for specific undergraduate majors.

Students with financial need should apply to the Office of Student Financial Services. The Center for Global Educational Opportunities also administers a number of awards designed to help qualified students participate in international programs.

More information on College of Liberal Arts scholarships is available online. Web sites with information on some specific scholarships are also listed below.

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College of Liberal Arts

Scholarship: Rapoport Service Scholarship
Donor The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation
Amount $7,500 to $10,000
Eligibility Freshman students with a financial aid application on file in the Office of Student Financial Services. The scholarship program was endowed to encourage a spirit of civic engagement and responsibility in students majoring in the College of Liberal Arts. During the summer, students devote two hundred hours to community service; during the academic year they take a course designed to provide an intellectual foundation for their experience and also participate in group activities. More information is available at http://www.utexas.edu/cola/scholarships/rapoport_service_program/.
Apply to Associate Dean for Special Programs, College of Liberal Arts, by January 30

Scholarship: Bettie Johnson Halsell Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Liberal Arts
Donor Harriet Halsell
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Preference is given to students who demonstrate financial need.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Elva J. Johnston Endowed Presidential Scholarship in the College of Liberal Arts
Donor Elva J. Johnston Foundation
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Preference is given to students from the Houston metropolitan area.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Robert D. King Dean's Distinguished Graduates Endowed Presidential Scholarship in the Liberal Arts
Donors Michelle K. Brock; friends and colleagues
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Upper-division students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Douglas Samuel and Amali Runyon Perkins Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donors Donors: Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Perkins
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Preference is given to students who have shown academic achievement, character, interest, and potential for success.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Frances Rather Seybold and Frances Randolph Rather Seybold Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donor William D. Seybold, MD
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Students are selected on the basis of scholarship, financial need, leadership, and good citizenship.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Paul and Tish Szurek Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donors Donors: Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Szurek
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Preference is given to students from El Paso County pursuing a major in government or economics who demonstrate financial need.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: Frances Brannen Vick Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donor Dr. Frances B. Vick
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Upper-division students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

Scholarship: M. B. and Edna Zale Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donor M. B. and Edna Zale Foundation
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have completed at least forty-five semester hours of coursework on the letter-grade basis in residence at the University, including at least one semester of coursework in the College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a University grade point average of at least 3.70 and must provide evidence of achievement in leadership and service to the college and the community. Students must be pursuing two majors.
Apply to Scholarships Coordinator, College of Liberal Arts, by March 1

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Department of American Studies

Scholarship: Dr. Bailey R. Collins/Ellene Collins Ward/Mary Sue Collins Hibbs Scholarship
Donor Mary Sue Hibbs Estate
Amount Up to $2,000; may be divided between two students
Eligibility Undergraduate American studies major who has completed at least sixty semester hours of coursework, including at least thirty hours in residence at the University, with a grade point average of at least 3.70
Apply to Chair, Department of American Studies, on or before March 1

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Department of Anthropology

Scholarship: Dr. Bailey R. Collins/Ellene Collins Ward/Mary Sue Collins Hibbs Scholarship
Donor Mary Sue Hibbs Estate
Amount Up to $2,000; may be divided between two students
Eligibility Undergraduate anthropology major who has completed at least sixty semester hours of coursework, including at least thirty hours in residence at the University, with a grade point average of at least 3.70
Apply to Chair, Department of Anthropology, on or before March 1

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Department of Asian Studies

Scholarship: Asian Studies Scholarship for Study Abroad
Source International Office, The University of Texas at Austin
Amount To be determined by the Department of Asian Studies
Eligibility Undergraduate or graduate students with demonstrated commitment to Asian area studies and at least one year of Asian language study who wish to study in Asia
Apply to Department of Asian Studies, by early March

Scholarship: China Studies Scholarship for Study Abroad
Source China Endowment in the Department of Asian Studies
Amount To be determined by the Department of Asian Studies
Eligibility Undergraduate or graduate students with at least one year of coursework in Chinese language, demonstrated financial need, and compelling reasons for the proposed study abroad plan
Apply to Department of Asian Studies, by early March

Scholarship: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship
Source India Community Center of Austin
Amount $500
Eligibility Undergraduate students with at least nine semester hours of coursework directly related to India and/or at least two semesters of coursework in an Indian language
Apply to South Asia Institute, by early March

Scholarship: Mitsubishi Study Abroad Scholarship
Source Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Forklift America Endowment
Amount $500 or more
Eligibility Undergraduate and graduate students who intend to enroll in a study abroad program in Japan, a Japanese language program, or a program related to Japan
Apply to Department of Asian Studies, by early March

Scholarship: POSCO Korean Study Abroad Scholarship
Source Korean Foundation/POSCO Korean Studies Endowment
Amount $500 or more
Eligibility Undergraduate and graduate students who intend to enroll in a study abroad program in Korea, a Korean language program, or a program related to Korea, with an emphasis on research
Apply to Department of Asian Studies, by early March

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Department of Classics

Scholarship: William James Battle Scholarship in Classical Languages
Donor Commander Robert Eikel Jr., United States Navy, 1945
Amount Up to $500, usually divided between two students
Eligibility Any undergraduate classics major who shows sufficient knowledge of Greek or Latin to justify the expectation that he or she will help to further the study of the classics
Apply to Chair, Department of Classics, by April 1

Scholarship: Velma and E. O. Box Jr. Scholarship in Classics
Donors Velma and E. O. Box Jr.
Amount Up to $800, usually divided among students
Eligibility Undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Classics. Selected on the basis of merit and need by the Undergraduate Studies Committee of the Department of Classics.
Apply to Chair, Department of Classics, by April 1

Scholarship: Ruth and Myron Kuhlman Scholarship in Classics
Donor Myron G. Kuhlman
Amount Up to $1,500
Eligibility Undergraduates majoring in classics, Greek, or Latin. Preference is given to students planning a career teaching Latin. The award is made on the basis of academic excellence, need, and the student's potential for a productive teaching career. Minimum requirements are sixty semester hours of coursework, a University grade point average of 3.00, and a grade point average in Latin of 3.00.
Apply to Chair, Department of Classics, by April 1

Scholarship: Mildred Masters McCarty Scholarship in Classics
Donor Mildred M. McCarty, 1979
Amount Up to $700, usually divided among two or more students
Eligibility Undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Classics. Selected on the basis of merit and need by the Undergraduate Studies Committee of the Department of Classics.
Apply to Chair, Department of Classics, by April 1

Scholarship: Lourania Miller Scholarship in Classical Languages
Donor Lourania Miller, by bequest, 1961
Amount Up to $600, usually divided among students
Eligibility Undergraduates majoring in classics, Greek, or Latin. Selected on the basis of merit and need by the Undergraduate Studies Committee of the Department of Classics.
Apply to Chair, Department of Classics, by April 1

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Department of English

The selection method for the following scholarships is determined by the scholarship coordinator. Additional information is available at the Undergraduate Advising Center, Department of English.

Scholarship: Janet Guthrie Andrews Endowed Presidential Scholarship in English
Donor Bolivar C. Andrews, 1991
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Qualified students in the Department of English, with preference to students of English literature

Scholarship: The Betty Yarnell Brown Endowed Presidential Scholarship in English
Donor Barbara Brown Munford, 1991
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Deserving undergraduate in the Department of English; preference may be given to a young woman who demonstrates intellectual promise and an interest in teaching English at the secondary school level

Scholarship: Adele Steiner Burleson Scholarship
Donor Adele Steiner Burleson, by bequest, 1959
Amount From $1,000 to $2,000
Eligibility Undergraduate English majors

Scholarship: Cora Crawford Scholarship
Donor Cora Crawford, by bequest, 1926
Amount From $1,000 to $2,000
Eligibility Undergraduate English majors

Scholarship: Sarah Dodson Endowed Scholarship in English
Donors Relatives of Sarah Dodson, 1987
Amount $1,000
Eligibility Deserving undergraduate in the Department of English

Scholarship: The James A. Michener Undergraduate Scholarships in Writing
Donor James A. Michener, 1994
Amount From $500 to $2,000
Eligibility Undergraduate students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in Department of English creative writing courses

Scholarship: The Susan Scanlon Scholarship
Donor Susan T. Scanlon, 1993
Amount Up to $1,000
Eligibility Worthy and promising undergraduate student in creative writing

Scholarship: Joanne Marye Thaman Endowed Presidential Scholarship for the Department of English
Donors Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Thaman and the Exxon Education Foundation, 1992
Amount $2,500
Eligibility Qualified students in the Department of English, with preference given to students demonstrating financial need

Scholarship: Lois Ware Scholarship
Donors Eunice and Naomi Ware, 1974
Amount From $500 to $1,000
Eligibility Undergraduate English majors

Scholarship: The Witt Family Scholarship
Donors Willis and Lois Witt, 1978
Amount Up to $500
Eligibility Undergraduate English majors

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Competitive Awards in English

The Department of English administers several writing competitions each year, in poetry, short fiction, nonfiction, and criticism. Some contests are held in the fall semester, others in the spring semester; some are open to all University students but others are limited to students enrolled in English classes. Awards are also given for master's theses, doctoral dissertations, and honors theses. Information about these competitions is available in the Department of English from the Main Office, the Undergraduate Advising Center, and the Graduate Office.

Department of French and Italian

Scholarship: French and Italian Studies Scholarship
Donor Family and friends of Aaron Schaffer, 1957; of Giovanni Podio, 1985; and of Jason Sokolosky, 1990
Amount Varies
Eligibility Graduate and undergraduate students of French and Italian language and literature who propose to continue their study of either language at the University or abroad
Apply to Chair, Department of French and Italian, by March 15

Scholarship: Christopher B. Schulze Scholarship
Donor Christopher Schulze, 1991
Amount Varies
Eligibility Students at the junior or senior level who are majoring in French and have a University grade point average of 3.00 or better
Apply to Chair, Department of French and Italian, by March 15. The department chair makes a recommendation to The Texas Exes, which administers the fund.

Scholarship: Sellstrom Scholarship for Excellence in French and Italian
Donors A. Donald Sellstrom and Eleanor Sellstrom, 1991
Amount Varies
Eligibility Undergraduate French majors studying at the University or in a French-speaking country who have a University grade point average of 3.00 and who can demonstrate compelling need for financial aid
Apply to Chair, Department of French and Italian, by March 15

Scholarship: Summer Study in Quebec Province, Canada
Donor Société de Professeurs Français et Francophones en Amérique
Amount Varies
Eligibility Advanced undergraduate students and graduate students
Apply to Chair, Department of French and Italian, by November 25

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Department of Geography And The Environment

Scholarship: Holz–English Honors Thesis Fellowship
Donor Funds from the Erich W. Zimmermann Professorship in Geography
Amount Up to $500
Eligibility Available on a competitive basis to undergraduate students majoring in geography who wish to write an honors thesis. One or more grants are made each year.
Apply to Department of Geography and the Environment

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Department of Germanic Studies

Scholarship: J. Lassen Boysen Scholarship
Donor Helen M. I. Boysen
Amount Approximately $500
Eligibility German majors at the junior level with a University grade point average of at least 3.50
Apply to Department of Germanic Studies, by March 15

Scholarship: Linneas of Texas Swedish Centennial Endowed Scholarship
Donor Linneas of Texas
Amount Inquire at the Office of Student Financial Services
Eligibility Preference will be given to Scandinavian majors; additional criteria available at the Office of Student Financial Services
Apply to Office of Student Financial Services

Scholarship: W. F. and Marian Michael Play Scholarship
Donor Contributions in connection with annual German play
Amount Approximately $500
Eligibility German majors with a University grade point average of at least 3.00, fewer than ninety semester hours of credit, and interest in departmental activities and service
Apply to Department of Germanic Studies, by March 15

Scholarship: Ralph R. Read Endowed Scholarship for Undergraduate Students
Donor Ralph Read
Amount Up to $1,000
Eligibility Undergraduate in the College of Liberal Arts with fewer than ninety semester hours of credit and a University grade point average of at least 3.25 who has completed at least thirty semester hours in residence. Special consideration is given to students in the Department of Germanic Studies.
Apply to Office of Student Financial Services

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Department of Government

Scholarship: Victor M. Aguilar Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Donors Venilde Aguilar and Eloy Aguilar
Amount Varies
Eligibility Government majors from south Texas who are in good standing and have demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to graduates of McAllen Memorial High School.
Apply to Chair, Department of Government, by March 15

Scholarship: Jacqueline Eckert Timm Endowed Scholarship in Government
Donor Jacqueline Eckert Timm
Amount Varies
Eligibility Outstanding upper-division students majoring in government
Apply to Chair, Department of Government, by March 15

Scholarship: Joe R. Long Endowed Scholarship
Donor Joe R. Long
Amount $2,500; multiple awards each year
Eligibility Undergraduate students in the Department of Government who have demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to students with an interest in pursuing some aspect of democratic studies.
Apply to Chair, Department of Government, by March 15

Scholarship: Edward Taborsky Scholarship
Donor Nolie Richard Keenan Jr. Estate
Amount $3,000
Eligibility Government major with financial need, a University grade point average of at least 2.50, and a grade point average of at least 3.00 in government courses
Apply to Chair, Department of Government, by March 15

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Department of History

Scholarship eligibility, procedures, and deadlines are determined annually by the department chair and the faculty Undergraduate Scholarship Committee. Undergraduate history majors interested in scholarship opportunities should contact the History Advising Office for more information.

Scholarship: Ann Schumacher Adkins Scholarship in German-Texas History
Donor Ward N. Adkins
Amount Varies
Eligibility Texas residents who are studying or planning to study the lives and work of German Texas immigrants and their descendants. Preference is given to those who plan to study immigrants to the Gulf Coast and central Texas. Scholarship merit is a major consideration in making the award. May be awarded to a graduate or undergraduate student.

Scholarship: Matilda Weeden Barker Scholarship in History
Donor Abigail Curlee Holbrook Estate
Amount $800

Scholarship: Anne Perkins Garrison Scholarship in History
Donor Abigail Curlee Holbrook Estate
Amount $800

Scholarship: Gardner F. Marston Endowed History Scholarship Fund
Donor Gardner F. Marston
Amount $500
Eligibility May be awarded to a graduate or an undergraduate student

Scholarship: Martin Parmer Scholarship in Texas History
Donors Mr. Ross W. Vick Jr. and Mrs. Frances B. Vick
Amount $1,000
Eligibility Students studying Texas history

Scholarship: Thad W. Riker Scholarship
Donor Nolie Richard Keenan Jr. Estate
Amount From $3,000 to $4,000
Eligibility Students in the Normandy Scholar Program. Students may also receive funding from an endowment established by Mr. Frank Denius and from the Derek Schaver Scholarship in Liberal Arts.

Scholarship: Grace Rebecca Rubert Scholarship
Donor Grace Rebecca Rubert Estate
Amount $800
Eligibility Preference is given to deserving students majoring in American and Texas history.

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Departmental Nominations for Scholarships

The Department of History nominates history majors for several scholarships each year. Specific procedures and deadlines are determined by the department chair and the faculty Undergraduate Scholarship Committee. These scholarships include:

Scholarship: Dr. Bailey R. Collins/Ellene Collins Ward/Mary Sue Collins Hibbs Scholarship
Donor Mary Sue Hibbs Estate
Amount Up to $4,000; may be divided between two or more students.
  Nominations are made by the department to the College of Liberal Arts each spring. Awards are made the following fall.

Scholarship: Raymond Starr Scholarship for History (Texas Exes)
Donor Raymond Starr
Amount $800
  Nominations are made by the department to the Texas Exes each spring. Awards are made the following fall.

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Awards and Prizes

Each May, the director of the History Honors Program chooses two senior history honors students to receive the following awards:

  • The Lewis L. Gould Best Thesis Prize for Excellence in the Study of American History (US)
  • The John Ferguson-Claudio G. Segré Best Thesis Prize for Excellence in the Study of History (non–US)

The Department of History often receives donations from individuals who wish to reward outstanding effort by undergraduates studying history. Recent awards have included the Louis Tuffly Ellis Award for Excellence in the Study of Texas History, a South Asian History Award, and a $5,000 gift from Mr. Trevor Rosson that helped history honors students fund their historical research and writing. The procedures for applying are determined by the department chair and the faculty Undergraduate Scholarship Committee.

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Humanities Program

Scholarship: Karyn Diana Cameron Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donors Dr. and Mrs. Guy N. Cameron
Amount $2,000
Eligibility Undergraduates accepted into the Humanities Program

Scholarship: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K. Collie Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Donors Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K. Collie
Amount $2,000
Eligibility Undergraduates accepted into the Humanities Program

Scholarship: James and Dorothy Doyle Scholarship in Western Civilization
Donors Mr. and Mrs. James T. Doyle
Amount Varies
Eligibility Undergraduates accepted into the Humanities Program, with academic emphasis in Western civilization

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Junior Fellows Program

Various scholarships are available for students participating in Junior Fellows, a program administered by the College of Liberal Arts but open to all qualified students on campus. The scholarships vary in amount, depending on the amount of financial assistance needed by the student for his or her research project. Applications should be submitted to the director of the Junior Fellows Program in November. For further information, contact the Liberal Arts Honors Programs Office.

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