American Southwest Museum Studies Trip
This exciting trip (May 13- May 25, 2013) to the American Southwest will introduce you to cultural resources not normally found on the East Coast. This trip can be used to fulfill 4 credit hours for Museum Studies or Anthropology minors and/or majors.
Curator-in-Residence George Ciscle focuses on community arts…
Exploring the nation's archaeological collections policies...
Application Procedures and Deadlines
PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2012 ARE DUE APRIL 13, 2012.
To apply for standing as a Museum Scholar, you should submit the application form (click here) along with an application narrative, two recommendations from faculty who know you and your work, and an unofficial transcript.
Applications may be submitted either electronically or in hard copy. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Your signature and necessary attachments must be included.
Please Note: Your application is NOT COMPLETE until the following materials are received:
- 1. The application form (click here for the form);
- 2. The 250 to 300 word narrative including a proposed budget (click here for sample budgets);
- 3. Unofficial transcript (available off portal);
- 4. Two letters of recommendation.
Send your completed application to: Professor Julia A. King, Coordinator, Museum Studies Program, 301 Kent Hall; email@example.com.
Applications for projects beginning on or after June 1 are due April 13, 2012.
The Museum Studies Steering Committee invites applications for the 2012-2013 academic year. Applications are due April 13, 2012. Applications received after that date may not be considered.
Students are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Awards will be announced May 4.