Ida V. Hall and George Kohfeldt Endowed Scholarship in Southwest and Native American Studies

The Ida V. Hall and George Kohfeldt Scholarship in Southwestern Studies salutes an undergraduate or graduate student each year, for the student’s interest in and excellent scholarship in relation to the native American heritage of this region. Eligible students will be in Southwestern Studies and/or the numerous related disciplines, including, but not limited to, history, anthropology, political science, art, music, geography, Spanish, English, art history, and the history of cartography. Among the factors considered in the review of applicants are a history of involvement with the Native American community, a strong academic record, and demonstrated financial need. Please e-mail Dr. Sam Haynes at haynes@uta.edu for a copy of an application form that must be uploaded as part of your application.

This generous recognition in the amount of $500, which was given by Ms. Ida Hall of Dallas and is presented through UTA’s Center for Greater Southwestern Studies. For information on applying for this award, including application process and deadline, please contact the director of the Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, Dr. Sam Haynes at haynes@uta.edu.

Award
$500.00
Scopes
College of Liberal Arts - History
Deadline
02/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. The applicant is required to provide two letters of recommendation from persons who can provide information about his/her leadership potential; avoid using instructors that have known you for less than a year. The recommender can be supervisors of past or present jobs, mentors, coaches, scout leaders, or adult leaders of organizations. Professors or teacher are acceptable, but they need to know you well. Please upload the two letters as one document.
  2. Explain your involvement with the Native American community.