Supports undergraduate research for senior theses related to medieval topics.
Undergraduate students who are either:
- Certificate Students in Medieval Studies
- Majoring in: Art & Archaeology, Classics, English, French & Italian, Spanish & Portuguese Languages and Cultures, German, History, Music, and Near Eastern Studies and having a thesis topic as closely related as possible to the academic focus of the Program in Medieval Studies.
How to Apply
Prepare the following:
- 1-2 page description of the project and plans for use of the Uitti grant
- A budget
Submit the application through the Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE)
Funding for Travel & Research
Summer Break 2022
Deadlines to be determined, pending University travel guidelines during the pandemic.
Students may also contact the Acting Program Director, Beatrice Kitzinger, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Joseph R. Strayer Prize in Medieval Studies is given annually to a graduating senior who, in the judgment of the faculty, has done outstanding work in some area of medieval studies. Preference shall be given to a student who writes a thesis on Medieval European Studies (800-1500) or on a topic in medieval art or architecture. Candidates must have taken an advanced course in Latin and a course in medieval art or architecture, or in Classical Islamic Art or Architecture. Winners from previous years are listed here.