Our department offers several scholarships and awards to support outstanding students.
The Robert E. Burke Award is given annually to one member of the graduating class who has completed all of the requirements for a major in art history. Recipients of the award will have maintained a high standard of scholarship and character during their undergraduate career. Faculty members in the Art History department nominate candidates, and the recipient is determined by faculty vote.
The Grafton D. Trout Essay Prize is an annual prize and honorarium awarded to the undergraduate writer of the best art historical paper written for a course at Indiana University. All currently enrolled students, regardless of major, are welcome to apply. Essays are judged by a committee of faculty members.
The Grafton D. Trout Scholarship is an annual award given to Art History majors to support enrollment in a summer study abroad program. Applicants are judged by a committee of faculty members.
The Summer Professional Development Award is an annual prize awarded to an Art History major to support participation in a summer internship program. Applicants are judged by a committee of faculty members.
If you have questions about our scholarships and awards, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.