Awarded to a graduate student who has an excellent academic record and has an interest in the Civil war era and/or women's history.
Presented to an outstanding graduate student nominated by the faculty.
A tuition scholarship presented to an outstanding graduate student.
Presented to the graduate history student who submits the best paper during the previous calendar year.
Awarded for the best master’s thesis written in the previous calendar year in the M.A. program in History.
Awarded to an exceptional fulltime graduate student in History.
Awarded to a graduate student doing digital scholarship with the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media.
Presented to the graduating MA Art History major with the highest cumulative and major G.P.A.
Presented to the graduating art history major with the highest cumulative and major G.P.A.
Awarded to an outstanding American history major intending to pursue history as a career.
Presented to the undergraduate student whose written projects throughout his or her undergraduate career in Art History have consistently shown high achievement in original research and writing.
Presented to a graduating history major with exceptionally high cumulative and major GPAs.
Presented to outstanding junior or senior history majors with exceptionally high cumulative and major GPAs who have completed a minimum of 12 hours in history at George Mason.
Presented to outstanding history majors.
Awarded to a fulltime undergraduate history major who exhibits outstanding academic progress.
Presented to an outstanding junior or senior woman history major who has completed a minimum of 15 hours in history at George Mason.
Presented for the best paper from all sections of the capstone course, History 499: Senior Seminar during the previous calendar year.
Awarded to an outstanding history major who is either a junior or a senior.
Presented to an outstanding history major, giving consideration to his or her cumulative grade point average, academic record within the history major, and the ways in which his or her work and interests reflect on the legacy of George Mason and the nature of human rights in society.