Ad Hoc Undergraduate Funding Proposal Archive

2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008 | 2006-20072003-2004 | 2002-2003

Awards of up to $1,000 may be awarded to individuals and organizations on a one-time basis. These funds support undergraduate initiatives in the humanities. The Center accepts ad hoc proposals for humanities-related special events and projects of a scholarly nature.

Academic Year 2009-2010

Dr. Michael LeBuffe | Philosophy PHIL 412: History of Seventeenth-Century Philosophy

Dr. Rebecca Hartkopf Schloss | History Annual Women’s Leadership Forum and Progress Awards Luncheon

Amanda StricklandGigi: A New English Translation of Colette’s novel from the French”

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Academic Year 2008-2009

MSC CAMAC | Committee for the Awareness of Mexican-American Culture “Student Conference on Latino Affairs”

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Academic Year 2007-2008

Lateef Lawal | Muslim Students Association Imam Jorahi Abdul Malik, presentation: “They Came Before Columbus: African Roots in Ancient America”

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Academic Year 2006-2007

Mallory Compton | Wiley Lecture Series

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Academic Year 2003-2004

Lauren Baird Travel to Sixteenth Century Studies Conference in Pittsburgh to present paper “The Many Faces of ‘la mujer veronil’”

Aaron Urbanovsky Summer Internship in Sam Houston Sanders Corps of Cadets Center museum

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Academic Year 2002-2003

Dr. Anthony C. La Pastina | Communication “Teaching and Research Communities: A University/High School Collaboration in Community-Based Teaching and Research”

Michael Hood | Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta proposed electronic journal, Gaines Junction: An Interdisciplinary Journal of History

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