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Evalyn Clark Memorial Travel Fellowship

Travel Funds For History Majors

The Evalyn Clark Memorial Travel Fellowship supports students who wish to travel for archival or other forms of historical research during school breaks. Upon the semi-annual call for proposals (issued near the beginning of each semester), interested history majors  submit to the History Department office a short description of their project (e.g. archives, libraries, museums, or historical sites to be visited), an explanation of how it fits into a larger academic plan (e.g. pursuing interests inspired by a course, conducting research for a thesis, etc.), and a detailed budget that shows how the applicant intends to use the funds (i.e. travel, lodging, meals, photocopying, etc.). Due dates for proposals will be provided, but generally fall in October and March.

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