Scholarships

The Department of History is proud to offer the following scholarships for history majors and minors. To apply, please make sure your information has been updated according to the guidelines listed on the Scholarship Office homepage.http://www.weber.edu/GetIntoWeber/ScholarshipsFinancialAid.html. Complete the general Scholarship application, you will be slotted according to the criteria, no specific History Scholarship Application needs to be completed.

  •  History Scholarship

 

           2000-2001 Award:  Timothy J. Eck

           2008-2009 Award:  Kami Thunnel de Villa, Sara Hewlett

           2009-2010 Award  Amy Berrett

           2011-2012 Award:  Kelli J. Willis

           2012-2013 Award:  Paul Greenhalgh

  • Jack & Betty Lampros History Endowment Scholarship

          1999-2000 Award:  Janelle P. Weston, Kerstin Schulze

          2000-2001 Award:  Bryan W. Stone, Joshua M. Carter, Heather P. Ball

          2001-2002 Award:  Jennifer K. Santizo, Sydney M. Lott, Natalie M. Fowler, Fredrik K, Deissinger

          2002-2003 Award:  Katie Nelson, Kristen Nebeker, Sydney M. Lott, Richard A. Holliday, Fredrik K, Deissinger, Jennifer K. Santizo

           2003-2004 Award:  William G. VanFleet, Cindy A. Wallace

           2004-2005 Award:  Varci Smedley, David A. Eldredge

           2005-2006 Award:  Penny Smith, Brice Lythgoe, Jamie Dredge, Ryan Davis, Penny Bishop, Penny Smith, Rebecca Mueller, Louella Bates

           2006-2007 Award:  Benjamin Smuin, Stephanie Ross, William Love, Daniel Jones, Adam Hood, Denise Garrison, Samuel Emadi, Kathleen Broeder, Helen Olsen

           2007-2008 Award:  Laura Sheridan, Nicole Rogers, Simon Post, Nicole Parry, Helen Olsen

           2008-2009 Award:  Janice LeFevre, Mark Baird, Beverly Ahlstrom, Beverly Webecke, Brady Vincent, Jessica Thompson

 

          2009-2010 Awards:  Brady Vincent, Kelsey Lindquist, Aubree Gleed, Melanie Cooper, Peggy Child, Randy Bass, Peggy Barnes, Melanie Barnes

          2010-2011 Award:  Brady Vincent, Aubree Gleed, Matthew Evans, Stephanie Huntsman

          2011-2012 Award:  Caitlyn Saal, Jason Strong, Gary Frank, Steven Hansen, Aaron VanBeekum

          2012-2013 Award:  Aaron VanBeekum, Ryann Ramos, Jessica Roses, Helen Jones, Angelina Nelson, Richard Keyes, Clayton Jackson, Adam Walker, Benjamin Robbins

  • America First Credit Union Scholarship

          1998-1999 Award:  Justin Urry

          1999-2000 Award:  Gary L. Boatright

          2000-2001 Award:  Andrea K. Carter

          2001-2002 Award:  Cheryl Schoss

          2002-2003 Award:  Matthew D. Schoss

          2003-2004 Award:  Rebecca Andersen

          2004-2005 Award:  Tiffany Hammond, Adam Ben-Abdalla

          2005-2006 Award:  David Eldredge

          2006-2007 Award:  Pamela Parkinson, Pamela Jensen

  • 2007-2008 Award:  Janice LeFevre

          2008-2009 Award:  Timothy Maw, Austin Wiggins

 

          2009-2010 Awards:  Ben Wheeler, Gregory Reynolds, Austin Wiggins, Mark Baird

          2010-2011 Award:  Gregory Reynolds, Clayton Jackson

          2011-2012 Award:  Sadie Martineau, Aubree Gleed

          2012-2013 Award:  Tracie Maughan, Jessica Taylor

  • Lola Allred Sessions History Scholarship (for female majors only)

          2000-2001 Award:  Natalie M. Fowler

          2001-2002 Award:  Jenny L. Lynch

          2002-2003 Award:  Kati J. Lewis

          2003-2004 Award:  Katie Nelson

          2004-2005 Award:  Allison H. Bean

          2005-2006 Award:  Louella Bates

          2006-2007 Award:  Janice Stringham

          2007-2008 Award:  Erika Sisneros-Wood

          2008-2009 Award: Callie Christiansen

          2009-2010 Award:  Mackenzie Wood

          2010-2011 Award:  Annie Bute

          2011-2012 Award:  Sara Hewlett

          2012-2013 Award:  Lorrie Rands

  • Richard & Rose Ulibarri History Scholarship (for minority students who have indicated a major OR minor in history. Minimum 2.75 GPA required)

          2001-2002 Award:  Sarah R. Padilla

          2003-2004 Award:  Solulivanh Phongsavath

         2005-2006 Award:  Joshua Sepulveda

         2006-2007 Award:  Larissa Archuleta

         2007-2008 Award:  Larissa Adams

         2008-2009 Award:  Erika Sisneros-Wood

         2009-2010 Award:  Donna Hernandez

         2010-2011 Award:  Casandra Ramos

  • Department of History Scholarship

          2005-2006 Award:  Casherie Parker, Heidi Orchard, Brittany Hammond

          2007-2008 Award:  Ellen Peterson, April Kendell, April Durrans

          2009-2010 Award:  Quentin Unsworth, Sarah Nielsen, Jared Bate

          2010-2011 Award:  Scott Montgomery, Sarah Nielsen

          2011-2012 Award:  Paul Greenhalgh, Shaylee Simmons, David Daines

          2012-2013 Award:  Kyle Hunter, Sadie Martineau, Karen Melchior, Jaisha Smith

  •  Dr. Richard Eberle Memorial Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students and/or History Teaching Majors

         2002-2003 Award:  Jamie J. Weeks

         2004-2005 Award:  Abraham O. Smoot

         2005-2006 Award:  Rebecca Mueller

         2006-2007 Award:  Jamie Dredge

         2007-2008 Award:  Adam Hood

         2008-2009 Award:  Benjamin Price

         2009-2010 Award:  Benjamin Price

         2010-2011 Award:  Cynthia Balzomo

         2011-2012 Award:  Rick Kelson

         2012-2013 Award:  Kelli J. Willis

  • Gordon K. & Mary E. Harrington Scholarship for Excellence in Asian Studies

          2000-2001 Award:  Annie Wong

          2001-2002 Award:  Malcolm Rasmussen

          2002-2003 Award:  Cali Neville

          2003-2004 Award:  Spencer Johnson

          2004-2005 Award:  Robert Goodwin

          2009-2010 Award:  Samantha Teaney     

          2010-2011 Award:  Nicholas K. Taylor

          2011-2012 Award:  Nicholas K. Taylor 

          2012-2013 Award:  Amy Pittman

  • Thomas & Marina Daniels Scholarship for History Major Interested in a Career in Diplomacy/Foreign Service

          1998-1999 Award:  Dung Q. Tran

 

          2003-2004 Award:  Linda S. Tobias

 

          2004-2005 Award:  Brandon B. Morgan

          2005-2006 Award:  Benjamin Smuin

  • Wat Misaka and Japanese American Citizens League, Utah Chapter, Scholarship Endowment Asian Studies Program

         2010-2011 Award:  Calvin Pingree

         2011-2012 Award:  Brent Jenkins

         2012-2013 Award:  Trevor Hess

  • Pamela J. and Scott Parkinson History Scholarship

         2011-2012 Award:  Jamie L. Call

 

         2012-2013 Award:  Ketashia Swain

 

  • College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dean's Merit Scholarship

          2012-2013 Award:  Brett Badley

 

  • Utah Historical Society

          2007-2008 Award:  Jamie A. Dredge

          2008-09 Award:  Daniel Jones

          2009-2010 Award:  Nicole L. Thompson

          2010-2011 Award: 

          2011-2012 Award:  Ben Wheeler

          2012-2013 Award:  Gary Frank

 

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION AND CRITERIA

to apply:  http://www.weber.edu/GetIntoWeber/ScholarshipsFinancialAid.html

 

AMERICA FIRST CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIP

Type  PRIVATE-DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria            The scholarship recipient must be a family member of a current employee or volunteer of America First Credit Union, must be majoring in History, be a Junior or Senior and attending full-time, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.

Designation Notes      A scholarship committee chosen by the History Department Chair. Financial need is to be considered as a tie breaker if there are students of equal quality. A family member is defined as either a child or grandchild. Students must maintain the GPA to continue to receive the scholarship.

Uses    Tuition and fees (class and department fees are not included).

Attendance level: Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)

  • U.S. Citizen
  • Department: History
  • One of the following majors:
  • History
  • SS Comp History Teaching
  • History Teaching
  • Minimum Weber State GPA: 3
  • Academic year between 3 and 4        

 

Contact           Susan Matt

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        7325


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP

Type    WAIVER - ACADEMIC

Criteria            The Department of History will award this Academic Waiver on an annual basis. It will waive a portion of the in-state tuition and a combination of scholarships may not exceed the amount of annual tuition. The maximum amount of WSU institutional scholarships/waivers/awards a student may receive annually may not exceed more than 150% total cost of tuition. The award amount will be a minimum of $300 ($150 per semester) up to the annual budget amount. It is for resident in-state portion of tuition only and will not cover independent study, distance learning/contract courses, credit/non credit or audit course work. The student must be enrolled full time at WSU (12 - 18 credit hours) each semester. Students must apply each year by the applicable deadline. Student must be a Utah resident with a 3.0 GPA or better, 60 or more credit hours and in a history program. Satisfactory Progress: Students below a 2.5 cumulative GPA will have their scholarship removed.

One of the following majors:

    History

    Public History

    History Teaching

  • Utah Resident
  • Weber State GPA between 2.5 and 4.0
  • Weber State GPA for nomination between 3.0 and 4.0
  • Weber State GPA for satisfactory progress between 2.5 and 4.0
  • Academic year between 3 and 4

Uses   

Contact           CHARLOTTE ARGYLE

Mail Code       1137

Telephone        6029


DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY ACTIVITY SCHOLARSHIP

Type    WAIVER - ACTIVITY

           

Criteria            2.5 WSU cum GPA.

Full time.

  • Attendance level: Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)
  • U.S. Citizen
  • College: College of Social/Behav Scienc
  • Utah Resident
  • Weber State GPA between 2.5 and 4.0
  • Weber State GPA for nomination between 2.5 and 4.0
  • Weber State GPA for satisfactory progress between 2.5 and 4.0

Uses   

Contact           CHARLOTTE ARGYLE

Mail Code       1137

Telephone        6029


RICHARD EBERLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria            The scholarship recipient must be a History major, have a 3.5 GPA, and may be attending full or part time. Preference will be given to a non-traditional student with the intent to teach history at the secondary school or university level.

Designation Notes      This scholarship is to be awarded annually by the History Department Scholarship Committee. Preference will be given to a non-traditional student with the intent to teach history at the secondary school or univerisity level.

Uses    Tuition and student fees (class and department fees are not included).

  • One of the following attendance levels:
  • Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)
  • Part-time (9-11 credit hours/semester)
  • Half-time (6-8 credit hours/semester)
  • U.S. Citizen
  • College: College of Social/Behav Scienc
  • Major: History
  • Minimum Weber State GPA: 3.5

Contact           Susan Matt

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        7325


HARRINGTON ASIAN STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria            The scholarship recipient must be an undergraduate, full-time student enrolled in the Asian Studies program at WSU, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Preference will be given to those students who have completed at least 2 semesters of an Asian foreign language (or the equivalent in comprehensive credit) and one Asian history course. Applicants will need to submit an essay.

Designation Notes      The Asian Studies program coordinator's office will need to provide the essay subject to applicants and accept the essays. The recipient will be chosen by the History department's scholarship committee, with input accepted from the Harrington's.

  • Attendance level: Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Minimum Weber State GPA: 3

Uses    Tuition and student fees (no class or department fees are included).

Contact           Greg Lewis

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        6707


WAT MISAKA AND JAPANESE AMERICAN CITIZENS LEAGUE, UTAH CHAPTER, SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT, ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAM

Type  PRIVATE-DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria  The scholarship will be used to support a full or part-time student’s tuition, fees and/or books.  Scholarship award amounts when combined with other sources of scholarships and financial aid may not exceed tuition and fees.  The student selected myst meet the following criteria

  • Must have a declared minor in Asian Studies
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater
  • Must have demonstrated an interest in Asian history, culture, and/or language

Preferences will be given to Asian American students or those pursuing opportunities to study abroad in Asia.  Students may apply by submitting a resume and a one-page letter of interest to the  Asian Studies Program for consideration

Uses    Tuition and student fees (no class or department fees are included).

Contact           Greg Lewis

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        6707


HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria 

  • U.S. Citizen
  • Department: History
  • One of the following majors:
  • Public History
  • History Teaching
  • Minimum Weber State GPA: 2.5       

Uses   

Contact           Susan Matt

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        7325


LAMPROS ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria           

  • Department: History
  • OR
  • One of the following majors:
  • Social Science Comp Teaching
  • History Teaching
  • History
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Weber State GPA between 3.5 and 4.0

Uses    Tuition and fees.

Contact           Susan Matt

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        7325


PAMELA J. AND SCOTT PARKINSON SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria            The scholarship recipient must have financial need, be attending full time with a declared major in History, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Preference given to students who have shown a passion and love for history through extracurricular activities, research or other worthy pursuits.

  • Attendance level: Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Unmet financial need
  • One of the following majors:
  • SS Comp History Teaching
  • History
  • Weber State GPA between 3.0 and 4
  • Weber State GPA for nomination between 3.0 and 4

Designation Notes      The recipient will be chosen by the History Scholarship Committee, consisting of at least 3 faculty members.

Uses    Tuition and student fees (class and department fees are not included).

Contact           Susan Matt

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        7325


LOLA ALLRED SESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP

Type    PRIVATE - DEPARTMENTAL

Criteria            The scholarship recipient must be a female student with a declared major in History, attending full-time, who is eligible for in-state tuition.

  • Attendance level: Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester)
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Department: History
  • Gender: Female
  • Minimum Weber State GPA: 2.5

Designation Notes      The scholarship will be awarded by the History Department Scholarship Committee, and should be awarded to an outstanding student who shows unique promise as a history major.

Uses    In state tuition and fees (class and department fees are not included).

Contact           GENE SESSIONS

Mail Code       1205

Telephone        6709

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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