Phi Alpha Theta offers its members nine scholarships.
The A. F. ZIMMERMAN SCHOLARSHIP of $1,250 is presented to a student member entering graduate school for the first time for workleading to the M.A. degree in history.
The THOMAS S. MORGAN MEMORIAL AWARD of $750 is presented to a student member entering graduate school for the first time for work leading to the M.A. degree in history.
The WILLIAM E. PARRISH AWARD of $750 is presented to a student member entering graduate school for the first time for work leading to the M.A. degree in history.
The JOHN PINE MEMORIAL AWARD in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to a graduate student member for advanced graduate study.
FOUR ADDITIONAL AWARDS of $750 each are presented to student members entering graduate school for the first time or in the advanced stages of study in history.
The PHI ALPHA THETA SCHOLARSHIP. An additional $1,000 can be awarded to an Advanced Graduate Student member of the Society for formal work leading to a Ph.D. in history.
Members interested in applying for any of these awards should contact either Dr. Ugland or Phi Alpha Theta National Headquarters
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The 2013 scholarship, grant and prize information has been posted: undergraduate | graduate
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